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Author: Rachel Caine
ISBN: 1439588767
Publisher: Signet; Reprint edition (January 12, 2009)
Language: English
Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Rating: 4.1
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e-Book Lord of Misrule (Morganville Vampires, Book 5) epub download

by Rachel Caine



Although all of the Morganville Vampire books are told from Claire's perspective in Lord of Misrule it sometimes felt like Claire was disconnected from the central fight, as if the main character was really Shane or Amelie.

Although all of the Morganville Vampire books are told from Claire's perspective in Lord of Misrule it sometimes felt like Claire was disconnected from the central fight, as if the main character was really Shane or Amelie. The pace certainly picked back up in this book compared to Feast of Fools, and there wasn't an overwhelming amount of back story like I felt there was in the last book, but there were still annoying inconsistencies.

Book 5 of 15 in the Morganville Vampires Series. What made Lord of Misrule really interesting was getting to see Morganville flipped upside-down

Book 5 of 15 in the Morganville Vampires Series. What made Lord of Misrule really interesting was getting to see Morganville flipped upside-down. In this book Monica is no longer at the top, she's at the bottom and everything is backwards from how it was in the first book - but the town is just as scary, if not more so. Although all of the Morganville Vampire books are told from Claire's perspective in Lord of Misrule it sometimes felt like Claire was disconnected from the central fight, as if the main character was really Shane or Amelie.

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Part of The Morganville Vampires series by Rachel Caine. Claire found herself shoved immediately out of the way by two vampires: Oliver and some woman she didn't know. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14. Chapter Five. It wasn't quite the Third Armored Division, but after about a dozen phone calls, they did manage to get a ride. I'm turning on the street-nobody in sight so far," Eve's voice said from the speaker of Claire's cell phone. Oliver looked grim, but then, that wasn't new, either. Put him down," Oliver said.

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Author : Rachel Caine. In the college town of Morganville, vampires and humans coexist in (relatively) bloodless harmony

Author : Rachel Caine. Genres : Young Adult, Fantasy. In the college town of Morganville, vampires and humans coexist in (relatively) bloodless harmony. But Bishop isn't the only threat. Violent black cyclone clouds hover, promising a storm of devastating proportions as student Claire Danvers and her friends prepare to defend Morganville against elements both natural and unnatural.

The Morganville Vampires is a series of young adult urban fantasy/vampire novels written by Rachel Caine. The novels feature Claire Danvers, a student at Texas Prairie University, and her housemates in the vampire-controlled city of Morganville, Texas. While the mayor of Morganville is human, unbeknownst to most of the population the town is actually run in cooperation with a group of vampires. Morganville is also home to an unusually large number of second-hand thrift stores.

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Lord of Misrule (The fifth book in the Morganville Vampires series) A novel by Rachel Caine To Ter Matthies, Anna Korra’ti, and Shaz Flynn-courageous fighters, each on. nd to Pat Flynn, who never stopped. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This book wouldn’t be here without the support of my husband, Cat, my friends Pat, Jackie, and Sharon, and a host of great online supporters and cheerers-on. Special thank-you recognition to Sharon Sams, Shaz. Читать онлайн Lord of Misrule. The fifth book in the Morganville Vampires series). A novel by Rachel Caine. To Ter Matthies, Anna Korra’ti, and Shaz Flynn-.

In the college town of Morganville, vampires and humans coexist in (relatively) bloodless harmony. But Bishop isn’t the only threat. Watch a Windows Media trailer for this book.

In the college town of Morganville, vampires and humans coexist in (relatively) bloodless harmony. Then comes Bishop, the master vampire who threatens to abolish all order, revive the forces of the evil dead, and let chaos rule. But Bishop isn’t the only threat. Violent black cyclone clouds hover, promising a storm of devastating proportions as student Claire Danvers and her friends prepare to defend Morganville against elements both natural and unnatural.Watch a Windows Media trailer for this book.
Qusserel
4.5/5 stars(RabidReads.com) Fifth in Rachel Caine’s Morganville Vampire Series, this book continues the saga of Claire, her boyfriend Shane, and roommates Michael and Eve, as they fight to stay alive in a town where vampires rule and human’s are either prey or protected by the vampires. Taxes in this town are not paid in money, but rather in blood. The busiest place in town is the blood bank, aside from the college. College students are mostly kept in the dark, where Claire should have stayed, but since that didn’t happen, Claire is now a fixture in the middle of vampire politics, along with life or death moments at every turn. She also now belongs to Amelie, the leader of the vampires and founder of the town. She’s also one of my favorite female characters that I have ever read-but of course that list is pretty long! If you are planning on reading this series, there may be a few spoilers ahead.

Now that Bishop(Amelie’s father)has staged his big coup at the feast in the previous book, he now rules the town. Or at least thinks he does. The town is literally on fire in many places and Glass House, where Claire, Shane, Michael and Eve live, is smack in the center of all the action. Even Monica, queen bee of the mean girls, is there, and that’s saying a lot after all the stunts she has pulled against Claire. She’s the kind of character that it wouldn’t bother you if something bad happened to, pretty much the same if something bad happened to Bishop, who is just plain evil. By the same token, Monica’s brother Richard is the nice guy policeman that has been exceptionally good to Claire and her friends.

Even though this is a story about vampires and the human inhabitants of the town of Morganville, it is also pretty much a story of good versus evil-or shades of somewhere in between. There are truly evil vamps, but at the same time there are some good ones as well. And some that fall somewhere in between. The problem is that with their great age, there also comes a cunningness that can hide great evil at times. Or the fact that all the vampires are sick and are well on their way to insanity. Amelie is the only vampire that knows how to make a vampire, for good reason, and there is a book that explains the process. It was missing, but Claire found it, and now Bishop is determined to obtain it. Vampires start taking sides and some do go over to the dark side(Bishops). There’s never a dull moment this time around with way more than it’s share of action. Of course through it all Myrnin, the mad(literally)scientist that Claire works part time for, is in the middle of everything. He is a really fun character-except when he has his insane moments, and then he’s pretty scary. To make things even more interesting, the weather in Morganville is about to get really shook up, and not in a good way.

As with all of these books, I was completely caught up by this authors world. It might not have been my absolute favorite of all the books, but it is still better than a lot of other books out there. It’s kind of a direct continuance of the last book and the same story line continues on from this book into the next book. Unfortunately for people that hate cliffhangers, while not a horrendous one, this ending is going to make you want to buy the next book ASAP. Which of course is exactly what I did. As always with these reads, I highly recommend it!
jorik
3.5 Stars. What made Lord of Misrule really interesting was getting to see Morganville flipped upside-down. In this book Monica is no longer at the top, she's at the bottom and everything is backwards from how it was in the first book - but the town is just as scary, if not more so.

Although all of the Morganville Vampire books are told from Claire's perspective in Lord of Misrule it sometimes felt like Claire was disconnected from the central fight, as if the main character was really Shane or Amelie.

The pace certainly picked back up in this book compared to Feast of Fools, and there wasn't an overwhelming amount of back story like I felt there was in the last book, but there were still annoying inconsistencies. Also this book felt like Claire was in a constant race. It didn't really have a rising action, climax, or falling action. It was just kind of constant action. More than half way through I'd only barely seen the bad guy because Claire did so much running around. I did really enjoy how Claire's relationship with Shane grew, but the overall story didn't feel as together as the other books.

One thing that was a little frustrating with this book was that a good three or four chapters passed in the beginning where we hear nothing from Shane. He's not really gone that long, but Caine spends a lot of time taking you through everything that Claire does and sometimes I wished she would have skipped ahead. It also felt like Claire wasn't as worried about Shane as she was about everyone else. But their relationship does progress in this book with Shane finally saying I love you, and I really enjoyed that.

As for the other characters, I felt like Claire's parents didn't really have a point to being in this book and wondered why they even moved to Morganville in Feast of Fools. It felt like Claire pretty much ignored them and they didn't really do anything to move the plot forward. I did like Oliver in this book. He's been a complex character from the very beginning and it was nice to have him once again (at least kind of) on the good guy's side. And, of course I loved Gramma Day.

Looking at this series as a whole this book felt like filler, but I will still continue on with book six. As usual Lord of Misrule ends in a cliffhanger, and this time it's a big one. It's not a happy ending, the good guys don't win, and you're left wondering if Myrinn has betrayed everyone (again). It's really rather heartbreaking, but just the kind of thing to make me need that next book all that much more.
MEGA FREEDY
Holy smokes! THINGS JUST KEEP GETTING MORE INTENSE FOR CLAIRE AND CREW! In some ways this is a hard book to read because the reality of what Amelie is willing to sacrifice to win this war becomes shockingly clear. She's a general and she understands that not all of her people will survive what's to come but it's haaaard when she puts vampires like Michael and Sam in danger.

Meanwhile, Claire is still fighting the good fight. She and Shane are making strides in their relationship (awwww!) and the fragility of her position as Amelie's chosen human in a town divided keeps her on her toes. Myrnin is his typical self -- which is to say that he's delightfully crazy. Until he isn't. Which is scary unto itself. One thing I like about Myrnin is that you never know which side of him is going to pop up. The scientific side that can cut out a piece of his own brain for study or the more predatory side that relishes the mayhem and blood that's coming.

Several of the happenings in this book change things in a BIG way. Bishop doesn't pull his punches and Amelie is scrambling to counter his every move. The ending leaves Claire in a precarious position and things are looking rough for the Glass House residents.

Onto book 6!

-Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal