Tuesday, March 06, 2012

Book Review of Dark Matter Heart (Dark Matter Heart Trilogy Book 1) by Nathan Wrann

A new town. A new school. A new beginning. Seventeen year-old Cordell Griffin and his mother move from Los Angeles to the Pacific Northwest to deal with hi...s "allergies," and start a healthier new life. Cor has one goal: To blend in and be invisible. Unfortunately for him, no matter how far he goes, he can't run away from his secrets. Secrets about who he is. Secrets about why he's sick. And secrets about why so many people he meets end up dead, drained of blood.

In "Dark Matter Heart", the origin novel in the "Cor Griffin Bloodsuckers" Young Adult Paranormal Thriller series from filmmaker and author Nathan Wrann, Cor must uncover the mysteries of his past and conquer the secrets of the present in order to protect the girl of his future, and save himself.

Review 5 out of 5

Seventeen-year-old Cordell Griffin and his mother move from Los Angeles to deal with his "allergies". Cor wants to blend in and become invisible. However, no matter where he goes, he cannot run from his secrets about who he is, why he is "sick" and why so many people he meets end up dead.

This is a Young Adult paranormal thriller that I absolutely loved! Cor and his mother move from Los Angeles to a small Pacific Northwest town to deal with his "allergies". Cor is a fantastic character and is a typical teen with one difference. He's a vampire. I sympathised with him as the story unfolded. I wished I could just hug him! He is the sweetest, kindest fictional person I have found in a long time. In some ways I wish he was real. Unfortunately, terrible things seem to happen to people around him and Cor doesn't know why. Cor, along with some new friends, decides to unravel the mystery.
Nathan Wrann is a fantastic author and the story is a fast-paced thriller, which keeps you turning the pages to find out what's happening next. I've added the next book in the trilogy (Out of Chaos) to my reading list and I'm hoping to read it soon. I recommend this book to everyone who loves to read YA and Vampire stories. - Lynn Worton

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