Feast of Fools Paperback
by Rachel Caine
Part of the Morganville Vampires series
It was hard to imagine how Claire's day could get any worse...and then the vampires holding her hostage wanted breakfast.
In the town of Morganville, vampires and humans have learned to live in relative peace.
Still, Claire Danvers knows that after dark, her homework can take a backseat to staying alive.
But this tenuous harmony is really turned on its head with the arrival of Mr Bishop.
Bad to the bone, the ancient old-school vampire cares nothing about keeping the peace.
Staying at the top of the food chain is enough. What he wants from the town's living and dead is unthinkably sinister.
It's only at a formal ball attended by vampires and their human dates that Claire realises Bishop's plan - and the elaborately evil trap he's set for the warm-blooded souls of Morganville.
- Format: Paperback
- Publisher: Allison & Busby
- Publication Date: 23/02/2009
- Category: Horror & ghost
- ISBN: 9780749079796
- Hardback from £9.89
- EPUB from £5.60
Showing 1 - 3 of 3 reviews.
Review by nicola26
Not as amazing as the third one, but definitely on par with the first two. This book felt a lot more about the relationships between the characters than about the plot that developed surrounding Bishop in the third book. However, by the middle of the book it really gained focus and the story was fascinating. There's a lot going on towards the end, and it required a good bit of concentration to understand what was happening, but it really was amazing. As usual, it ended on a cliffhanger that makes you want to read the next book straight away.
Review by sunset_x_cocktail
This was a really good one. I loved the story line, and there were some wonderful passages describing Michael's music playing. Suddenly I'm really glad I have a collection of 8 of these to read in a row cause these cliff hanger endings are killing me.
Review by wyvernfriend
Finished this book feeling very meh about it all and not really caring who lived or died through it. Claire Danvers should have expected that at 16 her parents would insist on her moving to live with them once they had moved to live in her messed up town, but she wants to stay living with her friends. All of this is not helped by the arrival of Mr Bishop, who has his own plans, plans that really will change things and that involve a lot of the people living in the Glass House.Complicated and involved and I probably would have preferred this if I had read it closer to the previous book.