Vampire Miami

Vampire Miami Five years after the Vampire War seventeen year old Selah Brown is on the hunt for answers Heading to the vampire held city of Miami she plans to track down the origins of Blood Dust the drug her

  • Title: Vampire Miami
  • Author: Phil Tucker
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  • Page: 135
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Five years after the Vampire War, seventeen year old Selah Brown is on the hunt for answers Heading to the vampire held city of Miami, she plans to track down the origins of Blood Dust , the drug her father had been investigating shortly before he disappeared, in the hope of using the information to find him What she doesn t plan on is meeting Cloud, the young and enigmFive years after the Vampire War, seventeen year old Selah Brown is on the hunt for answers Heading to the vampire held city of Miami, she plans to track down the origins of Blood Dust , the drug her father had been investigating shortly before he disappeared, in the hope of using the information to find him What she doesn t plan on is meeting Cloud, the young and enigmatic leader of the human rebellion, or drawing the attention of the infamous vampire known as The Dragon , and awakening within him a dark passion he had thought long dead With the lives of friends and family on the line, only one secret, impossible talent gives Selah any hope of success but that very source of hope might start the Vampire War anew

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    1. Phil Tucker

      Book 5 of The Chronicles of the Black Gate now has its own book page here on GR I ll be posting updates in my review section there frequently, so head on over if you want to see how it s progressing Thanks for visiting my page I m Phil Tucker, a Brazilian Brit who currently resides in Asheville, NC, where I resist the siren call of the forests and mountains to sit inside and hammer away on my laptop I m currently working on the epic fantasy series, The Chronicles of the Black Gate which I launched in May 2016 and hope to finish this year I m thrilled with how well the series has been received, and here s a little bit about my books THE CHRONICLES OF THE BLACK GATEr Fantasy 2016 Stabby Award Finalist2016 SPFBO Finalist2016 Indie Spotlight BestFantasyBooksA war fueled by the dark powers of forbidden sorcery is about to engulf the Ascendant Empire Asho a squire with a reviled past sees his liege and her meager forces banished to an infamous ruin Beset by tragedy and betrayal, demons and an approaching army, Asho realizes that their sole hope of survival may lie hidden within the depths of his scarred soul a secret that could reverse their fortunes and reveal the truth behind the war that wracks their empire.Do you enjoy audiobooks If so, check out The Path of Flames on Audible


    1. Holy Ororo Munroe, this book was an absolutely-freaking-amazing-roller-coaster-ride that I am about to buy the second book after I finish this review. I am a vampire snob. Needless to say a large portion of the new wave of vampire books--both YA and adult--are total crap. They've defanged these apex predators in order to make them whipped, sparkling sex-puppies. Thankfully, Phil Tucker puts them back in their pride of place and that's where I like them. And even when they show some form of human [...]

    2. I have an announcement for those of you who like young adult supernatural novels that are written by self-published authors trying to realize their dream of being able to support themselves doing a job that is painfully difficult and not immediately rewarding: this is 99 cents on . It was made possible by a Kickstarter campaign to help Phil pay for a cover artist and an editor. Those of you who thought Angelfall was awesome will probably get a bang out of this.Vampire Miami is about 17-year-old [...]

    3. Reviewed for On a Book Bender.I can't say that I'm surprised that I liked this book because I thought the synopsis sounded pretty darn fun when I picked it up. I can, however, say that I was smitten with the world that was built here and the layers that were uncovered as the story progressed. I am a long time lover of broken cities and this book gave us a version of Miami that's full of cracked streets and crumbling buildings on the outskirts and glittering highrises in the heart of the city. It [...]

    4. 4 ½ StarsVampire Miami is the first book in The Human Revolt series by Phil Tucker.The first thing that caught my attention about Vampire Miami was the title; I lived in Miami for almost ten years so I’m pretty familiar with the city; knowing the setting picked up my curiosity, then I read the book blurb and I was sold, it left me wanting to read this book badly.Vampire Miami starts with the transportation of Selah Brown from the US to the vampire city of Miami.A bit over five years ago the v [...]

    5. Vampire Miami had a very interesting premise. It came across like a new adult rather than ya novel to me. Selah, a seventeen year old Brooklynite moves to Miami to be raised by her grandmother after get father has disappeared and to avoid foster care. I liked Selah well enough as week as the supporting cast of characters. My favorite was Mama B.The good: I like this dystopian world of Miami as a stronghold for vampires given to them in a peace treaty to end a 5 year war with the US government. T [...]

    6. Original and captivating.With so many vampire books out there it's refreshing to come across one as original as this.The vampires have Miami and LA and the war is over! While most people living within the walls of Miami would do anything to get out seventeen year old Seleh Brown willingly enters. After the disappearance of her father while investigating a new drug 'Blood Dust' Seleh leaves New York and moves to live with her grandmother in Miami with the intention of trying to discover what's ha [...]

    7. You’ve heard of CSI: Miami. You’ve heard of CSI: Las Vegas. But have you heard of Vampire Miami?I hadn’t either until last week.I liked Vampire Miami a lot more than I anticipated I would.It’s not a romance.It’s not a love story.It does have the supernatural and the vampires are more like what we associate with Dracula than what I generally read.The United States was torn apart by a war between the vampires and the humans. Five years after signing the treaty which handed Miami and Los [...]

    8. I have been looking forward to reading another book by Phil Tucker since reading [[ASIN:B005IGAM7W Crude Sunlight]], immediately following that book with Coffin Cam. A friend of mine directed me to her Kickstarter website and after pledging for her project I started searching around. To my utter surprise and thrilled amazement I happened upon this wonderful writer once again, but this time asking for backers to a new series he is writing, Human Revolt. I immediately placed my own sponsorship and [...]

    9. Lately, being captivated by a book has been somewhat of a rarity for meAfter stumbling across this book in my "Fans of Interracial Romance" group, I was pleasantly surprised that not only was this book was available for 99 cents, but that it was an awesome treasure as wellAfter having read this book in 3 hours flat, I must say that I am well pleased with how the author constructed this imaginative piece of Multi-Cultural paranormal suspense fiction.Although it wasn't absolutely 100% pitch perfec [...]

    10. For the most part I enjoyed this book. Different story line from other vampire books that was interesting. Characters played their parts but I didn't find any of them particularly engaging enough to call this a late night page turner.

    11. Started off promising and then went way off key half way through. I didn't really care what happened to the characters and they seemed to build unrealistic relationships after a couple of times meeting each other.

    12. Vampire Miami fell into my hands because I was looking for a vampire read, simple as that. The cover grabbed me and I bet the author, Phil Tucker will be happy to hear this since he had a Kickstarter campaign with that being part of the goal, creating a kick-ass cover.You guys know me, no sparkly bullshit vamps for this cabin hippie! All intense hardcore real vamps! Well, this book? This is from the human angle! What happens when the humans really have lost the battle? Can one girl emerge amidst [...]

    13. Good bookYou people should just read this book yourselves and write your own review on this novel yourself and I really enjoyed reading this book very much so. Shelley MA

    14. This book was free you can tell from my 1 star rating, I did not like it.I found the lead character to be, an incredibly awful and selfish person. The book starts off with her voluntarily deporting herself from a nice place in a non-vampire city, to over the wall to Miami where her Grandmother lives, because she wants to find out what happened to her Father. (view spoiler)[So once she gets there, about ten minutes after getting to her new place, despite repeated warnings, she puts herself in hor [...]

    15. Vampire Miami by Phil Tucker is a little different, no matter what the title would lead readers to believe. Yes, it’s a novel with vampires, and those are fairly common, but it doesn’t take the standard ‘vampires live among us, but in secret’ trope and stake it to something. Instead, in this world, vampires and humans have clashed, and the government decided that the best way to come out ahead was to give them a city of their own. The unlucky winner was, as the title suggests, Miami.Read [...]

    16. This was a pretty good dystopian novel with vampires ruling over LA and Miami. With a Treaty emphasizing that they stay within their walls, so long as we leave them alone, the United States has turned into a horrible life of segregation- the rich escape to better places and the poor remain in the dust, to suffer. To eat or be eaten.Which is why Selah Brown is way in over her head when she decides to go into the depths of Miami where her grandmother resides, all to find out what happened to her d [...]

    17. 1.5 StarsInto the Vampire City started off really well, and I made some highlights and notes on my kindle stating that I really liked it; that it’s looking promising. But I don’t know what went wrong. I can’t pinpoint an exact moment where my feelings changed. In theory, I should love this book; an interesting dystopian twist with vampires that act like vampires. What can possibly be wrong?Well, the problem is, I feel… nothing, absolutely nothing. And I don’t know why. I don’t have a [...]

    18. I remember how much I enjoyed reading Throne by Phil Tucker last year. Vampire Miami was just as enjoyable. In fact it was so enjoyable that I went on and bought and read book #2 straight away.The thing is, Phil Tucker had guts to do something Julie Kagawa couldn't or wouldn't do with Allison in her Blood of Eden series. He had no qualms creating a monster.Selah is a young girl who willingly moves into vampire territory Miami from New York just so she could find her father who disappeared inves [...]

    19. Sometimes adding a little bravery to your life is not such bad thing. This story takes place in Miami 2013. This story is told by Selah Brown, the protagonist. Some other main characters are: Mama B, Maria Elena, The Dragon/Theo, Karl, Charles, Cloud, and Sawiskera. Selah enters the town in search of Blood Dust a drug her dad was looking for before he disappeared but it appeared to be harder than she thought. While searching for Blood Dust she is staying with her grandma Mama B. So as Mama B ta [...]

    20. Kept me guessing!Right from the beginning the well-designed book-world and finely crafted characters shine through. Selah is very dynamic and I found the examination of how people react in survival mode, either holding onto the humanity harder or going no holds bar, fascinating. Also, having the story take place after things had settled in an uncomfortable holding pattern after the vampire wars was an interesting time to choose and gave the story a unique perspective. The writing was not to my t [...]

    21. Nice start, but lacking something.Don't get me wrong I did like this book, but not until I was almost half way done with it. The story is centered around Selah a teen that has lost her father due to a government conspiracy. She starts out in this book as a spoiled brat, which I did not really care for. By the end of the book though she is a strong female character. I loved that the author gave us so much detail about her surroundings and how she felt, but information overload in some areas. I sk [...]

    22. -Otra distopía YA, esta vez vampírica.-Género. Narrativa Fantástica.Lo que nos cuenta. En un futuro no muy lejano, Miami, igual que Los Ángeles, es una de las ciudades que han quedado bajo control de los vampiros tras los acuerdos que trajeron una tregua al enfrentamiento entre ellos y nosotros los humanos. Selah Brown es una joven que, buscando respuestas a ciertos interrogantes sobre el paradero de su padre, entra en la ciudad como deportada, donde tiene algún pariente que la espera y do [...]

    23. I read this on my Kindle and there were a ton of grammatical errors! Not sure if the print copy has this same issue but anyway, I enjoyed reading a modern day vampire story with a black female antagonist who wasnt a helpless slave or easy prey. Reading this book started me on a sci-fi/vamp reading binge because I was elated to find that there are actually black characters and authors prevalent in the culture now. My favorite parts of the book were when Selah gained super human strength and went [...]

    24. Pretty good book. The main character is equal parts kick-ass, painfully naive, and scared-little-girl. The vampires are evil, sure, but not as completely soulless as the reviews led me to believe. There is the *one* semi-tortured vamp with a conscience Of sorts. I have a feeling we'll see him again in the sequel. But at least our protagonist doesn't fall in love with him. I haven't completely made up my mind about this book. I did whiz through it in 2 days - it was well written and held my inter [...]

    25. What a unique and excellent little story! I liked this one a lot. Nots: This tale moved a bit too fast. Relationships we made too solid too quickly and I found this difficult to believe.Selah was downright annoying and it wasn't until the last third of this book that I could even tolerate her.The dialogue was generic. Everyone sounded the same.Positives: This tale is diverse.These vampires are real miserable, emotionless, suck you blood with no remorse types. No sparkling here.Nice pacing and ni [...]

    26. To start off, it had a very great beginning that seemed like it would be as much of a thrilling read as the reviews promised. Searching for information on her missing father while inevitably dooming herself to the now vampire run city of Miami. I was highly disappointed. Everything was well written but I felt as if the plot was deviated from numerous times. And I absolutely hated the main character Selah. She was sometimes as dumb as a box of rocks. I couldn't read more than two pages without re [...]

    27. Downloaded this from for free and was really surprised by it! I've downloaded quite a few few books that have been not good but this one was great! Started reading while waiting for my ordered books to aide from a series I'm reading and really got into it! In fact my books arrived and I left them while I finished this! Deff gonna read more of them! Totally not what I expected but really worth a look!

    28. Vampire books can be hit or miss; this vampire book was definitely a hit! From the first page, I was drawn into the vampiric world that Tucker created. The plot was intriguing, and the characters developed and believable. There were a few grammatical errors and typos, but the overarching plot was so good that they didn't bother me. The story was so fascinating that I finished it in 3 days. I can't wait to read Vampire LA.

    29. Super fast actionJust really liked this book. Can't wait to read the rest of the series to find out what happens. Tosses in some native mythology to the vampire lore that we don't generally get to hear about. Most of the vampire myths we read are about English and European vampires, it's a nice change to get into the native American mythology of vampires.

    30. Lots of action and suspense. It kept me guessing the whole way. In a world where vampires and werewolves are as common as a cellphone, I was glad to read a story with more twists and turns on the vampire genre than I have read before. The story was fresh and new. I loved this book and cannot wait to read book 2.

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