Sabrina Voght awakes in a lavish state with no memory of her torture at Elizabeth Bathory’s hands but appearances are deceiving as her situation quickly deteriorates to combat and she finds herself once again fighting for her life.
As a disclaimer before I continue, I did fast forward from Volume 1 Issue 1 up to this point. Understandably so, this did leave me feeling a bit lost going into this issue. Fortunately the beginning of this book gave a “what you missed so far” briefing which helped picking it back up.
Given my love of the supernatural genre, It was still great to jump back into the Night series again. The main character is actually one who was briefly encountered in the first issue, and it was quite interesting to see where she is now. With how intense the series started off, the current events seem to fit in well..
It was good to see that both the writing and art have improved as the series continued on. The plot catch up that was described at the start of the book shows that they have progressed the story along well. Also of particular note, the artwork is now in full color which certainly adds to the overall quality.
Those who have a fondness for the world of vampires will especially enjoy this book. I can’t speak to any of the issues I missed, but this one serves to show promise in the long run. With how well the second volume has started, I would say it’s worth getting all the issues prior.
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Geek-o-Rama received a copy of this book for the purpose of this review. All thoughts, comments and opinions are those of the individual reviewer.