- Paperback: 502 pages
- Publisher: Minerva Taylor Books (30 July 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1940745942
- ISBN-13: 978-1940745947
- Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2.8 x 22.9 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 680 g
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The Blood Archive: Book Two Russian Trilogy Paperback – 30 Jul 2014
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The Blood Archive: Book two Russian Trilogy
16 March 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
Book One was very good. Book two utterly ridiculous. A rube cop racing in NYC like veteran taxi driver. Also his wearing apparel was stupid . And all these just in the nick of time saving Katya it seemed forever. Racing in a truck in snow and skid, and also the never ending snow theme! Convoluted garbage and how two individuals , one who hardly ate or slept little e on they wououtld have been totally of adrenalin and hospitalized with exhaustion early.on total carp and waste of time. Unfortunately bought third book. After that will avoid author .total CRAP
"The Blood Archive" is full of really nice people drawn into deadly situations with truly despicable characters.
15 September 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
2 people found this helpful.
This second book is even more compelling than Book 1. The plot thickens quickly and Ms. Taylor moves clearly and easily from Europe to New York City to Columbus, Ohio, to Amish communities in rural Ohio in chapter after chapter. The reader always knows the locations of the story and the characters with informative chapter titles. Clear descriptions of both characters and surroundings also help to keep the reader absorbed. Ms. Taylor's characters are perceptively drawn with "the good and the bad guys" quite evident to the reader. If one wants crime, suspense, fright, and helplessness, yet always aware of a hint of developing love and satisfaction, then "The Blood Archive" is for you. If the reader has already read Book 1, "The Blood Stiller," then you have to read this second book. It is even more thrilling and suspenseful than Book 1. I anxiously await Book 3 in this exciting Russian trilogy.
Love this second book of the Russian Trilogy
20 December 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
One person found this helpful.
Love this second book of the Russian Trilogy! In the first book, The Blood Stiller, Taylor introduced us to the Russian underground, Russian culture/history and unsolved mysteries. In The Blood Archive, the author cleverly organizes the chapters centering around just a character or two, keeping the reader intrigued as well as up-to-date on the cast of characters as their lives, adventures and misadventures intertwine. Tensions build as the main characters stay just one precarious step ahead of disaster with no good resolution in sight. The novel spans continents and history as the story unfolds and looming questions are answered. Taylor’s attention to research makes this book a delightful blend of fact and fiction! Enjoy!
Thrilling, riveting, based on actual Russian history....but be prepared for a lot of blood and gore
12 April 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
A lonely young woman with no past on a grueling quest to find her heritage while being hunted by violent criminals who seek to take it from her, aided by a lonely deputy sheriff with no future who discovers his inner hero while protecting her from the killers on her trail. A riveting read but there is a LOT of graphic violence.
20 June 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
One person found this helpful.
I really didn't like this book as well as the first. I wanted another story like Christina an d Jack. For some reason I didn't like the storyline between Roo and Katya. Still loved all the history about Russia and the Tsar and his family. Still a good read.