"Being in the right place and time with Sirenali sounds crazy and scary as hell," Jayson breathed. "Why can't it be some of those short, friendly guys?"
"There are short, friendly guys, but they don't have any desire to invade somebody else's planet," I said, thinking of the Amterean Dwarves. The only thing they might want to invade was Earth's libraries and information systems. Information was more valuable than precious metals on Amterea.
"We're screwed," Jayson muttered. Opal stifled a snicker.
* * *
Earth has been invaded, and those who have made a difference throughout time are targeted. The enemy's goal? Change things in their favor. The General and his servants still have hopes of finding the Mighty, and luring at least one of them into a trap. Will Love, Strength and Wisdom survive, as they struggle to save those who are important to their cause? Only time will tell.
Blood Revolution starts exactly where Blood Trouble ends. The problems never stop for Breanne. You might wonder if things can get worse or more complicated. Yes, they can and they do.
What I liked: I like the intricacies of Blood Revolution as I do in all Connie's books. There is tons and tons of information in the story and you can't take any of it for granted. What may seem like the most inane information turns out to be very important. You have to pay attention. (I even go so far as to highlight different characters, information and background on my reader. I've got it bad, don't I) Much of the story from Blood Trouble ties directly into Blood Revolution. It all begins to come together and doesn't seem contrived. It flows smoothly and the world building is absolutely unbelievable.
Now I'm in waiting mode for the next, Blood Love due out in September, thank goodness!
What I didn't like: i can't say I didn't like it but there are a couple of areas that made me uncomfortable. A couple of the characters are into bondage. Yeah, I know. It's just not something I'm into but it's vital to the story so it needed to be there. A few times, I was snorting with what I thought were corny endearments and then I really thought about it. I realized how many times I called someone I care about, "sweetie", "honey" or "baby". Now, I wonder if I sound corny, LOL.
Overall, I love Connie's books. Not many authors can start off with an Urban Fantasy series that turns into a Science Fiction Sereis, that turns into a Young Adult Sereis, THAT turns back into a Science Fiction Series. Yep, all that. They are all tied together.
Start with Blood Wager, Blood Destiny #1 and hang on for the ride!