This is a vampire book, but not at all like a more traditional vampire book or the more Twilight modern vampires. It is kind of a futuristic vision of what if vampires were created. It is a very creative idea and story. The role of God played by a little girl still doesn't make much sense. She was ordained for this position early on but yet the vampires ruled earth for 90 or 100 years before she found help to step in and stop it. While she kind of had God like abilities, it was also that she wasn't self aware of what her role or self was. The scene in the zoo before the vampires let loose or even before she was given the virus, showed the animals knew something about her but without the virus why was that. Again if she was ordained as God or Gold like, then why wasn't she more self aware. Her character didn't make much sense to me.
Oh well, lots to like in the book, especially if you are a vampire fan. It is long and for me was even longer than expected. Liked the story even if in many parts it just took too long to get where it was going. If there is a continuation of this story, I think I would be interested in that but I really doubt that is the case.
I will be posting it on PBS, there were over 600 WL for it last I checked so moving it should not be a problem. I am still reading The White Queen and The Emperor's Tomb. I have also just started DW, Darrell Waltrip's autobiography. I might look to start a fourth book as well but probably not tonight.