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Short and Sweet Sunday Review: Awake: A Vampire Tale by Amara Kopakova

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AWAKE front cover

Genre: Dark Urban Fantasy
Publisher: Self-published
Date of Release: October 31, 2015
Pages and Format: 271 pages; free eBook through Kobo
My Rating: 
3 Stars

She is suddenly awake.  She is alone and does not know where she is is.  She is vampire and has no memory or how or why.  As she struggles with the insatiable Thirst through the night time streets of Seattle, she undertakes the quest to piece together that lost night and finds herself on a journey centuries into the past to understand strength, friendship, and destiny.

I am going to admit something here that might put my love of vampire novels to shame, however, this novel read how I wish an Anne Rice novel would read.

When you think of newly awakened vampires, I’m sure ravenous and uncontrollable beast springs to mind but not for this new vampire. Her ability to resist is strong.

Her maker leaves her to fend for herself at first, which was an interesting turn of events. She does make some hiccups along the way but in the end gains life long friends for it.

You never find out her true name as she is given a new name when she finally meets her master. He calls her Titian. He prompts her to find herself and the answers to his journey as well.

It is an interesting tale of an unknown, newly awakened vampire and those she meets along the way.

**I was asked by the author to read and review this book. I received a copy though Kobo that was free.**

Where to Buy: 
Amazon US
Amazon CAN
Kobo
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Also available on iBooks, Page Foundry and Tolino.
The authors preferred PDF edition with illustrations is free at GumRoad.

Author’s Website:
Amara’s Website

Thank you to the author for allowing me the chance to read and review her book!

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