No Such Thing As Immortality - Sarah Tranter Reviews
Description:ISBN 1906931801 / Paperback: 336 pages / Publisher: Choc Lit / Published: 7 Jan 2013 / Language: English
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No Such Thing as Immortality I'll protect you until the day I die ...
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by - written on 21/06/13 (Very useful, 49 readings)
No Such Thing As Immortality is the debut novel by Sarah Tranter. Her publisher, Choc Lit, chose to actively promote it as their Twilight; given the inevitable comparisons between it and any vampire romance novel, perhaps it makes sense for them to embrace the similarities instead of trying to deny them. No Such Thing is told from the point of view of the vampire. Nathanial Gray, Nate, is around two hundred years old, almost indestructible, with perfect senses and coordination. Until the night when he crashes his car into Rowan Locke's car. Suddenly he finds himself experiencing emotion for the first time in two centuries, and can't stop thinking about Rowan. ... Read the complete review
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