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Blood Will Tell: The Blood Is the Key

The Blood Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Victoria Ortiz, Punch Audio
Series: The Blood Series, Book 1
Length: 6 hrs and 27 mins

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Summary

Twilight meets Divergent.

Unbeknownst to 18-year old Isabelle, her dad inserted a vital DNA sequence into her blood that made her resistant to the Immortalus virus, but unlocked other capabilities that prove to be the key to the war between the human and vampire race.

©2018 Colleen S Laughlin (P)2020 Colleen S Myers

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  • 04-08-20

Wow I absolutely love love this vampire series!!!

I sincerely hope that there is much much more. I just fell in love with the characters and the scenery and finding out some secrets. It's a different style but similar at the same time. I definitely recommend trying this out if you are a vampire audiobook enthusiast! The narrators are great. Not to mention that there is still another pending title in this series to come. So if that's okay with you then you should try it out.💖💖💖🧛‍♂️

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  • 11-03-20

Great story!

I loved the plot of this book and the characters. It was so interesting and kept me glued. However I had issues with that narrator. I would guess that she is not American because her accent changed frequently when she was supposed to be Isa. I also could not get past how many words were pronounced incorrectly. In fact, it confused me because what she said made no sense to the story. Then I would make the connection that the word was mispronounced. So it did take away from the story a bit and that’s too bad.