Thursday, December 8, 2011

Cover Reveal - The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa

The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa is book one in the Blood of Eden series.

You will kill. The only question is when.

In the dark days since the insidious Red Lung virus decimated the human population, vampires have risen to rule the crumbling cities and suburbs. Uncontested Princes hold sway over diminished ranks of humans: their "pets." In exchange for their labor, loyalty and of course, their blood, these pets are registered, given food and shelter, permitted to survive.

Unregistered humans cling to fringes, scavenging for survival. Allison Sekemoto and her fellow Unregistereds are hunted, not only by vampires, but by rabids, the unholy result of Red Lung-infected vampires feeding on unwary humans. One night, Allie is attacked by a pack of rabids, saved by an unlikely hero...and turned vampire.

Uncomfortable in her undead skin, Allie falls in with a ragtag crew of humans seeking a cure, or cures: for Rabidism and for Vampirism. She's passing for human...for now. But the hunger is growing and will not be denied. Not for friendship—not even for love

Sounds great right? I can't wait! AND yet I have to. It's not scheduled to be published until April of next year. Boo.


  1. Can you believe that I haven't read The Iron Fey by Julie? WTH?! I know, I know! I already have the first two books, tho, and I am planning to read them at the beginning of 2012! this new book looks fantastic, too :) love the cover :D

    Thanks!! <3

  2. I just finished reading this book and I haven't ever read a book by Julie Kagawa. This book drew me in right from the start! Julie Kagawa does a great job of creating a new world full of vampires, Registered humans, Unregistered humans, and Rabids. I felt like I couldn't stop reading it, I had to know what was going on! I really appreciated that everything wasn't laid out and that I had to work to figure out what was going to happen. This is not a typical vampire book with a human falling in love with a vampire, and I was grateful that it was a unique storyline. I loved that Allison tried to stay true to who she wanted to be. I loved her determination and strong will. She was a character I wanted to know more about and someone I found myself rooting for. I felt like I knew her by the time the book had ended.


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