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No Dominion

No Dominion, by Charlie Huston

Second in the Joe Pitt series by Charlie Huston...

This time Joe ends up getting himself sucked (sorry, bad pun) into the political wranglings of all three of the major vamp groups in an effort to find a way to survive on his own terms. I ended up feeling really bad for him by the end of the book. He's being used and he knows it, but there really isn't a whole heck of a lot he can do about it.

His relationship with Evie gets a bit more complicated too. She isn't responding as well to her meds any more and he very much wants to help her any way he can (except for in the one way that would actually cure her). She ends up finding out a few things about him and he ends up with the perfect opportunity to tell her what's really going on, but he makes up a rather ridiculous story instead. I get that he's trying to protect her, but I kind of feel like it ought to be her choice, not his.


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