Author: M. L. Brennan

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5bat! Review: Dark Ascension (Generation V #4) by M. L. Brennan

5bat! Review: Dark Ascension (Generation V #4) by M. L. Brennan

August 10, 2015 Review 0

Starting this review has been a bit difficult. Mainly because I just want to say, if you are not reading the Generation V series, you need to get on that. With DARK ASCENSION, book four in the series, the characters are at a crossroads and Brennan’s writing just keeps getting better (something I was pretty sure I wouldn’t be able to say after TAINTED BLOOD).

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Review: Iron Night (Generation V #2) by M. L. Brennan

Review: Iron Night (Generation V #2) by M. L. Brennan

February 4, 2014 Review 0

After GENERATION V, I was extremely curious to see where Brennan was going to take her characters in IRON NIGHT, the second book in the American Vampire series. My cautious optimism (one can never be too sure about a second book) was rewarded tenfold – IRON NIGHT is a spectacular follow up to GENERATION V, and I can’t imagine how it could have been better.

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Review: Generation V (Generation V #1) by M. L. Brennan

Review: Generation V (Generation V #1) by M. L. Brennan

May 10, 2013 Review 3

As a member of the “now what do I do with this liberal arts major” generation, like Fortitude in GENERATION V, I was curious how this sort of post-college existential crisis would play out in a book about vampires. Vampires are generally known as rather confident, sexy and definitely wealthy, and Fort was about as far from those qualities as one could be. He has a cheating girlfriend, a job in a grimy coffee shop, and about $7 to his name for 90% of the book. The result is a very relatable main character that gave me a reason to invest in GENERATION V.

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