Today I’m here on the Blog Tour for Teeth by Chele Cooke, and I’m here to give you ten reasons why you should read this book!
Medical intern Thomas awakes in a blood-drenched basement and the realisation that his life must change forever. After all, how can he practise medicine when the smell of blood turns him into a vicious killer?
Spencer thinks being a vampire is better than any teen movie made it out to be. Now he must train Thomas and make his mentor proud.
One mistake risks more than either are willing to lose, and a single broken law could turn them from predators to prey.
It’ll hook you from the very first sentence, and you really won’t want to put it down.
You’ll know straight away if it’ll be too gory for you.
It is full of gore, violent depictions and horror moments that will stay with you in the best way.
It is intense, riveting and addictive.
Chele keeps your curiosity throughout the book with an intricate plot.
All the characters are interesting and well-developed.
Chele’s take on vampire’s is unique, fascinating and incredibly interesting. There are certainly no sparkly vampires here!
There is action. There is sub-plot. There is emotion. – It just has it all.
This book is incredibly well-written and therefore easy to read and so full of tension that you’ll be incensed to read it quickly too.
Every fan of vampire novels that are dark and horrifying will definitely enjoy this book!
Part time author and full time fantacist, Chele Cooke is a sci-fi, fantasy, and paranormal author living in London, UK.
While some know they want to write stories since childhood, Chele first started writing as a teenager writing fanfiction and roleplaying. Before long playing in other people’s worlds wasn’t enough and she started creating her own. Living in San Francisco at the time, she found a lot of inspiration in her favourite city, some of which can be found in her books.
With a degree in Creative Writing, Chele’s first novel was published in 2013. She currently has three books published: two books in a sci-fi series, Out of Orbit, and the first book of a vampire serial, Teeth.