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Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Reviewed: The Immortality Cure by Tori Centanni

The Immortality Cure: An Urban Fantasy Novel 

Henri Dunn Book 1

*I was given an ARC for my Honest Opinion*
I didn't know what to expect when I first pick up The Immortality Cure. This could be bad, I thought. It's about a Cure for Vampirism. Do we really want that? With all about 5 seconds of pondering it, I jump in cause umm Vampires.

Tori is an excellent story teller, her writing it a breath of fresh air in the world of paranormal. I love going in blind with a new book and new to me author. I wasn't disappointed.
There were a couple dry spots in the book, though the overall experience of stepping into Henri Dunn's world was an enjoyable adventure. The ending had me laughing my tush off I can't wait to see what happens next.

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I Have two different reviews for this book, the one that hit all the book platforms, It’s Nice sweet and to the point of how I feel about The Immortality Cure. If you have any aversion to raw and possible profanity please stop reading now and if you so can incline, grab yourself a copy. Your shelf will be better with it.

"Without thinking, I popped the finger into my mouth"

| Buy Links |

Henri Dunn was damn good at being a vampire, until her immortality was ripped away from her.

Now she must solve a murder or be executed for a crime she didn't commit. 

Six months ago, Henri was stuck with a syringe full of the poison known as "The Immortality Cure." Now, after almost a century of being an immortal monster, Henri is human again and she's not loving it: her body aches, she has too many mortal needs, and the other vampires shun her as a Blood Traitor. All she can do is keep her head down and bide her time until she can find a way to get her immortality back.

When vials of the serum are stolen from the lab and another vampire is murdered, Henri is the number one suspect. With the help of a melodramatic vampire "king" and his mortal groupie, Henri must find the real killer or face the wrath of vengeful vampires.

The Immortality Cure is the first book in The Henri Dunn Urban Fantasy Series, featuring a kick-ass female protagonist, intriguing mysteries, a captivating cast of characters, and elements of humor.

|My Feels & Review|

So as you already know I was a bit on the fence bout this book, I mean come on Vampire Cures?

So here is a full review which is chock full of opinions and I try to stay spoiler free.

So Henri gets saddled with this case, and as your plodding along trying to figure out who the key players are and who did and why they did it. This is really important! I pick out my suspect in this wicked game of who went and fucked up. Though this is not the person Henri brings in. Here I am confused as all hell, cause this is not what I thought at all. How could I have been that far off! Though something happens there, So I go back to my original suspect. Though I had another suspect on the back burner who I might have thought did the fuck up deeds.

Then the whole thing comes to a boil and here I am going WTF!!!! Didn't see that at all! I mean I truly thought I had this all figured out three chapters in, I have read so many books you just see the ending coming before you get to the middle. So to be completely broadsided by the whole left me ecstatic!
Good Work Ms. Centanni! I bow to your writing greatness on this! |o| (<- weird bowing thingy)

How I felt about the other characters in a quick jot, Neha, she irritated me and I wanted to punch her in the forehead. I'm hoping we get more of Lark in the second book. I want to see more layers of Caz. I truly want to know what the hell is going on in Sean's head!

PHEW! I think I got it all out there without spoiling much! If you like Mystery/Private Eye and Vampires, then I highly recommend this book to you.

|About The Author|

Tori Centanni writes suspenseful urban fantasy books with snarky protagonists, intriguing mysteries, and dynamic casts of characters. She's a nerd girl and recovering goth who likes dark, quirky stories with elements of humor. When not reading or writing, she can be found baking, watching too much television, and wrangling cats. She lives in the Pacific Northwest.

You can find out more about her and her books and join her mailing list at

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