Thursday, April 19, 2018

Release Day Review: Sinister Hunger by Katze Snow #Review #Giveaway

Author: Katze Snow
Title: Sinister Hunger
Bloodstream Vol 1
Self Published
Publication date: April 19, 2018

Reviewed by Truus


A world of intrigue. A life of lies. A future of sacrifice.

Vincent Hudson is a vampire hunter, and his life is about to be ruined.

When a hunting trip ends in tragedy, he is forced to do the unthinkable—seek refuge in Sanctuary Hope, where each family must nominate a member to the city council. But there is a catch.

In exchange for refuge, the nominees are turned into bloodslaves for an elite chain of vampires, and unaware of the gut-wrenching reality, Vincent nominates himself. He only wanted to save his group.

Now, a life of captivity and war await him. . .


This was a dark, teeth grinding story written in a fascinating way.

Vincent is a Dust Hunter and in order to protect his family from danger and to eliminate vampires -as head case-, he trains the Hunters to do so.

Maddox is commander of Sanctuary Hope... one of the seven Sanctuary Cities.

Under siege by vampires, Vincent as a leader and is always at the front, and now after some devastating events Vincent sacrifices his own life for his people. He is dedicated to his people and will do everything for them... so he volunteers to be a slave to his sponsor.
Now Vincent has a master for life.... merciless, cruel and above all his enemy.

What follows is a power exchange with a lot of chemistry because Vincent himself is a strong leader and the only thing asked from him is full submission! 

Maddox has one goal and a clear vision how to reach it.

After getting through some necessary introduction of characters I was into this story.

The main personalities were strong, intriguing and explosive together. 
There were violent parts... omg they hurt like hell. It was a captivating story and like the title says, sinister.

With a dark cruel fantasy world as background it was a read that will hold your attention to the fullest. I just love the expansion of the fantasy in it. The brutal, vicious, and in their opinion, righteous way of justice was strongly put down. The danger was palpable and very well described.

The visual description of the surroundings and all the appearances, as well as the whole picture was very appealing.

I didn't realize it was part one of a series...this story is a great start, I'm very curious how this series will develop!

It could be made in a movie. Dark, violent, sexy and powerful, no fluffy story so be aware! 


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  1. Inked in Vegas and Sinister Hunger were two of my favorite books read this month.

  2. The Little Library by Kim Fielding and Kate Meader’s Undone by You.