The Source

The Source Vampires are not only among us they are proud tax paying citizens with equal rights Emma Burcham is a human scientist working on a project for the Federal Office for Human and Vampire Administration

  • Title: The Source
  • Author: J.B. Stilwell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Vampires are not only among us, they are proud, tax paying citizens with equal rights Emma Burcham is a human scientist working on a project for the Federal Office for Human and Vampire Administration, an U.S government office created to deal with paranormal crime that the regular correctional system just can t handle She s paired with scientist Rick Allstedt who just hVampires are not only among us, they are proud, tax paying citizens with equal rights Emma Burcham is a human scientist working on a project for the Federal Office for Human and Vampire Administration, an U.S government office created to deal with paranormal crime that the regular correctional system just can t handle She s paired with scientist Rick Allstedt who just happens to be of the fanged sort Together they work to uncover the source of vampire mortality for crime prevention and if they succeed they will be 50,000 richer Emma struggles to focus on the project while she develops feelings for Rick Does he feel the same way or will government archivist Tucker Dutrieux win her heart Will Emma allow her desire for love get in the way of the work she was hired to do Emma quickly realizes that she has a lot to learn not only about vampires, but also about herself.

    One thought on “The Source”

    1. The first few chapters were a little difficult to read, but then the author really seemed to find her voice, and the prose flowed! The story was unique and fascinating, and I really liked the world in which the story took place. I found Emma's personality fall flat and predictable as a main character. I just really couldn't root for her at all and found myself not caring what happened to her and being bored by her internal struggles. I suppose that means she has room for growth, but if I didn't [...]

    2. I have really struggled with how I feel about this book. There is not doubt that it is an intelligent and well thought out read- it's a new slant on the tired vampire genre. Vampires have come out to humans as existing - similarly to True Blood- but this book is less about that and more about Emma and Rick (who is a vampire) attempting to develop a quick method for the government to kill vampires who hurt people, apparently there is some sort of 'extremist' vampire group who believe themselves s [...]

    3. I often wish I could award a half star as three seems pretty low - but note that for me I'd give five stars to a pulitzer! First of all, here's what I liked. The story kicks off with the action and the central plot point - vamps and humans being brought together in a government facility to resolve the vampire problem. Vamps are out and proud, a little like the Sookie Stackhouse books, but in this case the fact that they occasionally lapse and kill people is out in the open. I really liked this a [...]

    4. Not exactly what I was looking for in reading material. I skipped pages, but got the basics down to understanding the story

    5. glad i got this as an amazon free book of the day it was one of the worse books i have ever read had to force myself to even finish it so completely boring

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