Innocent Blood (The Order of the Sanguines Series #2) By James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell



Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

Expected publication: December 10th 2013 by William Morrow & Company

This is the second book in the series, The Order of the Sanguines written by an amazing author duo!  If you have not read the first book in the series, please check out my review of The Blood Gospel!  The Blood Gospel was the first book I have ever read by James Rollins or Rebecca Cantrell.  It was such a great book that I decided I wanted to get a review copy of Innocent Blood right away!

Once again, this follow up to The Blood Gospel does not disappoint, full of adventure, suspense, and supernatural mystery involving a female scientist, a highly secret eternal spiritual order, and a terrifying power who must join forces to bring down a ruthless and cunning enemy and prevent the Apocalypse.

The story continues from their exploration into a hidden tomb while in Masada, Israel.  Erin Granger, the scientist and archaeologist is starting her journey to recover an ancient artifact that is tied to Christ himself.  What she didn’t expect to find was a diabolical enemy determined to discover the artifact as well and use it for their own dark powers.

Though Erin is back to teaching, an unexpected attack outside Stanford University, throws Erin back into the nightmare and back to the Order of Sanguines.   As the brink of worlds end is upon the thinnest thread, Erin must try an halt the plans of the persons determined to see the world to an end.

For being the first books I have ever read of James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell, I’d have to say I am beyond excited to read some their own books.  This author duo will knock you off your feet with this series!  We are introduced into a world where the fight for good and evil is far more complicated, far more fragile that anyone could have imagined!  In Innocent Blood, we are taken back into the world of secrets with hopes that the evil can be stopped before the utmost impossible can happen!  

Highly recommend this book to everyone who is ready for a real adventure!

Once again, here is the link to my review of The Blood Gospel, the first book in the series:


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