May 2, 2011

Review--Memories of Death by A. P. Fuchs

Now submerged in the world of vampire slaying, Rose must come to terms with what that means for her relationship with Zach and if it’s even possible for the two of them to be together.

Meanwhile, every moment spent with Rose helps bridge the gaps in Zach’s memory, reminding him how much they meant to each other in their former life.

Rose’s father, Marcus, is now even more dedicated to purging the Earth of the undead, so much so he’s willing to kill the only boy Rose had ever loved to help make the world a safer place for her.

Likewise, a plot is in play to infiltrate the Slayer Order, even at the expense of a loved one.

The countdown begins and Zach and Rose must come to a decision as to where their loyalties lie, or if they’re going to put each other above all else and face the consequences together. 

I received this e-novella from the author for review
A.P. Fuchs' Memories of Death pretty much picks up where we left off in Discovery of Death with just a few weeks having gone by for Rose and Zach. Rose is getting used to the vampire slayer life, but still yearns for her life as a regular teen. Plus she hasn't seen Zach since that day at the cemetery and she longs to see him again.

Zach is getting used to being a vampire and once he sees Rose, he begins to remember his life as a human. Memories of the two of them come forth and he is filled with a sudden longing for her. He remembers his feelings for Rose and the love he once held for her springs back to life.

This novella focuses more on Rose and Zach being together now that the intro stuff has come to pass. But Rose's father already hates vampires and would never allow for Rose to be with Zach if he knew about it. So their relationship is kept secret, from Zach's vampire family as well being that Rose is the daughter of a hunter.

With more fast paced plotting this novella soon comes to an end with shocking results. Looking forward to reading the next one in the series as well!

With the multiple third person p.o.v. we get to learn a lot about the characters' inner feelings. Especially Zach and Rose. I like this because we get to see how far one would go for the other. Learning the true depths of their hearts. Very compelling in some ways.

Overall rating 4.5/5 stars

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