While Morganville, Texas, is often a troubled town, Claire Danvers and her friends are looking forward to coming home. But the Morganville they return to isn’t the one they know; it’s become a different place—a deadly one…
Something drastic has happened in Morganville while Claire and her friends were away. The town looks cleaner and happier than they’ve ever seen it before, but when their incoming group is arrested and separated—vampires from humans—they realize that the changes definitely aren’t for the better.
It seems that an organization called the Daylight Foundation has offered the population of Morganville something they’ve never had: hope of a vampire-free future. And while it sounds like salvation—even for the vampires themselves—the truth is far more sinister and deadly.
Now, Claire, Shane and Eve need to find a way to break their friends out of Daylighter custody, before the vampires of Morganville meet their untimely end…
This is a book I have been waiting for since May. Yep, a whole 6 months since I read Fall of Night and NEEDED to know how this epic series was going to end.
I have to admit, whilst it was a bit anti climactic, there was no other way for this series to end. Caine was able to tie up every lose end which gave readers and fans of the series closure. I’ve seen more than one person saying it felt as if they were saying goodbye to good friends.
The characters were the biggest draw of the series for me. Shane, Claire, Eve, and Michael in particular. Considering these are YA books, these four characters never delt as if they’d been babied down for the intended audience. They swear, they make mistake, and they have sex. Nothing is gratuitous, it’s all done with taste and give them that essential third dimension to make them realistic.
Daylighters picks up not long after the ending of Fall of night and our motley crew have returned to Morganville. Things are different as the vamps are no longer in charge. That’s a good thing, right? You’d think so, but Claire and the gang are resolved to turn things around to save their friends and loved ones.
With the help of recurring characters, they fight the good fight, but will they succeed and survive? Well, i’m not going to spoil it for you.
Once again, Caine is able to suck you into a world that seems entirely plausible and makes the reader think a lot of “what ifs”. This is the sign of a good book. if you feel like it could happen… somewhere, then instantly you feel as if you are part of the story.
As with all the other books in the series, I couldn’t put it down until I knew what happened. A page turner from the very beginning, this is a series I will definitely read again now it’s complete. I’m not quite ready to say goodbye.