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The History of the World wasn't what Valerie was taught.The daughter of a vampire and sister of a devil walking, Valerie finds out she has something neither her brother nor her father possess:She has Honor.Now, she needs to flee a brother who leaves her for dead. Because, if there is one thing Valerie understands?It's that Justice Doesn't Turn the Other Cheek.150 years aftThe History of the World wasn't what Valerie was taught.The daughter of a vampire and sister of a devil walking, Valerie finds out she has something neither her brother nor her father possess:She has Honor.Now, she needs to flee a brother who leaves her for dead. Because, if there is one thing Valerie understands?It's that Justice Doesn't Turn the Other Cheek.150 years after a near apocalypse, the world is rebuilding. Survival has become the only rule, and justice is in short supply. Now, Justice has come calling....

Title : Justice Is Calling: A Kurtherian Gambit Series
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ISBN : 33116348
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Number of Pages : 288 Pages
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Justice Is Calling: A Kurtherian Gambit Series Reviews

  • Jane Shambler
    2019-03-25 14:51

    I didn't believe this series could get any better...I was wrong!So, this one is about Valerie. She is the vampire met at the end off The Dark Messiah. Michael charges Valerie to bring order and fairness to the now rebuilding New York City and the United States. He feeds her his blood so that she can walk in the sun and become his enforcer of justice.Valerie has come to America from Europe. After a long and eventful journey they arrive in New York. They meet rather painfully with the local Alpha, Cammie. She believes that Valerie is the answer to their problems with the cities law enforcement. There is an active underground using vampire blood to stay young and healthy. Those with money benefit.Valerie wages war against these people. She finds vampires being used for their blood and frees them. She is trying to build an army to defeat her brother who will arrive in a day or so. Unfortunately he arrives as they attack the enforcers stronghold.Michael shows up and makes the two siblings fight. No weapons allowed. Valerie prevails. Justice wins. Donovan and his army are defeated with the cooperation of humans, were's, vampires and Michael. Now I'm off to find out what Valerie does. Michael is off to Paris. Enjoy!

  • Trish R.
    2019-04-12 10:53

    New genre for me but I loved it..What can I say about this book? I can’t ever remember ever reading a book like this, so that was different. But what surprised me was that I loved this story! And the characters were just phenomenal. Valerie, our heroine, was so kick-ass and loyal and honorable and soooo funny. Oh, she killed, a lot, but she never killed an innocent, like her brother Donovan. OMG, the battles were simply awesome. Especially the one between Valerie’s army, the Enforcers and the police… Or maybe it was the one between Valerie and Donovan… Or maybe it was the brutal, blood thirsty sparring the vampire Royland and the werewolf Cammie did before the battle.And what about sweet Sandra, who was neither vampire or werewolf, but a human who was an expert sniper who watched everyone’s back. And Diego, the 5’6” small werewolf, who became Sandra’s boyfriend. Wow, how about Michael near the end of the book. He was one powerful dude.This was definitely NOT a romance, I think Diego and Sandra might have kissed 3 times, and there was nothing described in them. They kiss, that’s all. Just long enough for someone to tell them to get a room. There was no one for Valerie, which I though was a bummer. This was an incredible story and I will read the next one. The F-Bomb was used 12 times.As to the narrator: Kate Rudd has quickly reached my top five favorite female narrators. Her voices are wonderful and her feelings and emotions when she reads are superb.

  • Ryan Mangrum
    2019-03-28 13:50

    If you like the current trend of turning every female character into a super-alpha, hyper-capable blank slate, then you'll like the book. The characters are flat and boring and completely unrealistic. The main character goes from doormat to carbon-copy of Bethany Anne in the space of 2 days. The lead supporting character goes from a servant/hand maiden to a SWAT commando in a few days time. Diego goes from a character terrified of vampires to following one around like a lost kitten in the space of hours.In short, the characters can be boiled down thus:If the character is female, she's going to be nigh indestructible and in full control of every situation.If the character is male, he's either a bad guy or minion.This book is everything bad about current modern fantasy concentrated and regurgitated.

  • Mark Levine
    2019-04-16 18:37

    Great addition to the worldFun new character to follow in the kurtherian world. Not as overpowered as Michael with some of the same wide cracking fun of Bethany Ann

  • Ann Zdunczyk
    2019-04-10 12:50

    Great addition!!Great to see new stories in this universe. You always wonder what happened to Earth after BA and company left. Now we have an idea. Can't wait for more!!

  • NormaCenva
    2019-03-20 15:39

    Actual Rating 3.5 Stars

  • Rosemary Kenny
    2019-04-12 15:34

    ustice Is Calling - a review by Rosemary KennyValerie is a super-vampire, but so is her evil brother Donovan, who plots with their father The Duke to overthrow first New York and then the whole US, [as he was allowed to do already in France]. When Valerie first reaches the States she first meets Were(wolf) Queen Cammie, who suspects Valerie's motives in seeking an alliance, as she knows Valerie's family history and that Donovan has killed or enslaved Weres, leaving his Nosferatu and other superior Vampires to rule everywhere. To prove her good faith, who is Valerie forced to fight? What is the outcome for Valerie? Who travels with Valerie as a friend and sometime lover? How does this person save Valerie's life?Who are the Enforcers - are they a force for good or evil?Why do the Enforcers and their Masters want Valerie's blood?When Valerie and Donovan finally meet, what happens next - and which sibling will triumph?Who is Michael? What role does he entrust Valerie with at the end of the novel?Justice is allied with Peace but at a price some might consider too high to pay, in this introduction to the Reclaiming Justice trilogy by Prince of the Paranormal Epic, Grand Master Justin Sloan - who has gifted this true delight to fantasy-thriller fans everywhere!

  • AudioBookReviewer
    2019-04-11 15:39

    My original Justice is Calling audiobook review and many others can be found at Audiobook Reviewer.Valerie and her brother are both part of the ruling family of vampires.  When her brother attacks her and leaves her for dead, she has no choice but to leave her home and take the long trip to New York.  The world is slowly rebuilding after a world-wide apocalypse 150 years ago.  Europe is run by vampires, but the New World, though it has its share of vampires, is far further along in rebuilding.  Valerie has to get there before her brother and his soldiers, who want to conquer it for their clan.Valerie is rare in that she has an innate sense of justice, something unknown in the vampire world, and vows to protect the people of New York.  If she doesn’t succeed, the New World will be plunged into the chaotic Hell that is Europe, which will turn the humans into nothing more than walking food.This is an interesting story in that it mixes a post-apocalyptic world with vampires and werewolves.  It is both sci-fi and horror in equal measures.  There is plenty of action, including a swashbuckling battle aboard warring dirigibles, hordes of mindless vampires called Nosferatu and hostile werewolves.  The characters are likable and well developed.  We listen as Valerie, already extremely capable, learns about her growing powers.  It is ultimately a battle of good versus evil.The story is performed by Kate Rudd who does an excellent job.  She is easy to listen to and her character voices match what the listener expects them to sound like.  She holds the mood well and the characters are easily discerned.  An excellent performance.This unusual story should appeal to vampire enthusiasts, action junkies and fantasy/sci-fi fans alike.  It is a fun twist on the traditional vampire stories.  The book wraps up nicely but will have you excited to listen to the next books in the series.  Recommended.Audiobook was provided for review by the author.

  • kristi wilson
    2019-04-18 16:49

    Yes I love it. Yes its not all Michael but still awesome!Alright, when I first read about this book I must admit I was abit worried. Would it hold up. Would it be good? Would I like it? Annnd I did...yes I did...there was a few spots I was a little worried about in the reading ok it lagged...but not something you could really put your fingers on and say this is the reason...this right here...just spots that I was able to turn off my kindle and go do something else....and I never do that when I am reading a book unless its a do or die....seriously. and it took me a few days to finish and I usually finished the day I download a book....so like I said not something I can pin point but noticeable. ( yes I read , and yes way to much) loved the book can't wait until the next...the series is fantastic. Waiting impatiently for the next.

  • Caleb
    2019-04-06 11:37

    Fun to read!Good expansion of the series, well worth the read. I look forward to how this plays out and how it relates the the other series that are being written.

  • Seth
    2019-03-22 17:47

    Very goodThis was an excellent beginning to a spin off, or branch of the Kurtherian universe. Well done, looking forward to the next installment.

  • Tony Hisgett
    2019-04-09 11:45

    I still don’t understand why authors are trying to tie their books into the Kurtherian Gambit series. There are always things that don’t match up and the authors of the different series contradict each other. Why don’t they just concentrate on writing a good story of their own?The first few pages of this book were outstanding, but then I began to have my doubts, some of the dialogue was quite stilted and to be honest fairly inane, fortunately this did improve and it looked like this could be an interesting bookThe story began to develop quite well, but then it became a bit ridiculous. Within days she has a loyal army of vampires, weres and police. What follows is all action with Valerie alternating between Superwomen and a complete idiot. It just didn’t seem to fit together too well. Overall it wasn’t too bad and if possible I would give it 2.5 stars.Finally I thought the partnership between Valerie and Sandra was going to be excellent, until the author chickened out and went boringly conventional.

  • Tracy T.
    2019-03-22 17:47

    REALLY REALLY GOOD BOOK. Excellent narration by Kate Rudd (audible review)Wow I really liked this book. Valerie is badazz! Love a smart, beautiful heroine that can kick some butt! This book was full of action, bad guys, vamps, weres, a little romance and a lot of fantastic dialogue! Especially, some of Valerie's sarcasm, loved it! Cracked me up! She wanted to get away and then get revenge on her brother. She did that for sure and along the way a fantastic story happened. I have already started the second book in the series. I also see that there was a series before this I am totally going to check out.If you like action and strong female lead characters you will enjoy this book for sure. As for the narration, it was fantastic! I loved Kate Rudd narrating this book. She did a superb job on Valerie's voice as well as the men's voices. She reads with emotion and made this great book even better! Thank you Kate Rudd.

  • Scott
    2019-03-23 18:36

    Loved this title as their was a very good mix of details with regular action scenes with plenty of little insights into how the everyones relationship mattered.A supernatural female warrior is not new ,but making it all about saving the humans and gain some honour for the main character whilst stopping the reversal of fortunes for the supernatural races was an inspired idea. Placing it in the future with a broken society gives it a great chance to add in lots of futuristic tech whilst maintaining the sword, skill and gun play that is a pleasure to listen to.Narration is excellent especially as their is so many strong females in this story which suits Kate. She does a good job with the male and female voices as well.As soon as i finished this i was straight away looking to see what was available for more, definitely the best sign of a great story.This was for the Audio Version

  • Gaileen Crowell
    2019-04-02 14:36

    Very good read!!Justin has tied in nicely to the Kurtherian Gambit with the first book of his series. Valerie's character, as all the rest, was born from trials and heartaches. This gives her character realism and pathos. This appeals to us fantasy readers. Who doesn't like a person who has walked the thin line like the rest of us? The plot is strong and has some fun tied into the death and gore. A wonderful beginning to a great Gambit story. Thumbs up!!

  • Peter Carlstrom
    2019-03-29 17:49

    Exciting book!Finally we have a heroine that is smart, courageous, has major fighting skills, strong sense of justice and soft heart when needed. In the beginning of the book she was slightly wimpy but about 20% into the story attitude adjustment kicked in and she became more energetic, spunky and decidedly became a kick ass leader. I didn’t like all of the couples that started pairing up and all lovey-dovey stuff.

  • Richard E.
    2019-04-08 18:58

    Justice is Calling 150 years after Bethany Ann left Earth, civilization has fallen to scattered city states will different levels of tech and different levels of 'getting by'. Into this nadir of a 'fallen' Earth, vampires and Weres fight each other and humans to keep the Unknown World hidden. A female vampire, fleeing her home and Clan in France, begins to build her own team in the ruins of New York. Soon she is fighting to bring justice to all three sides of the Conflict.

  • Natalie Roberts
    2019-03-28 17:49

    Great start to this arc!There is a blend of action and relationships side by side with the strong message of ethics and hope that defines every book in the KGU . If this is the first book you found go back and find Death Becomes Her, you'll be glad you did! Vivid characters and a plot that will have you biting your nails you will love Valerie & co. I can't wait to download the next book!

  • Brenda Barcome
    2019-04-12 16:44

    wonderful addition to the series. I liked how valerie character was introduced and then it brought story line back to 150 years ago, and a quick appearance from Michael just to whet the appetite. great character interaction, liked the way valerie got weres and vampires to work together. looking forward to reading next book. read first one in two days could not put down

  • Elusive
    2019-04-11 13:44

    I liked this book it was good especially as I am a big fan of The Kurtherian Gambit series universe. But it was no where near as good as the original series is or Michael Anderle's side series about Michael The Dark Messiah (second dark ages). So while interesting I rather read more of Michael Anderle's original series. The writing style and plot dosen't feel quite the same in this series.

  • Angela
    2019-04-17 10:41

    If at some point the author chose to flush out the characters it might have the potential to be a good book. Right now it reads like each section is a summary and feels disjointed, lacking and disappointing. The primary character immediately made me think of an underworld spin-off, just not as good.

  • Fred Mallory
    2019-03-22 12:56

    Exciting story with a heroine worthy of Bethany Ann fans!Great first installment of a series that is a worthy read for Kurtherian fans ! Recommended reading for paranormal enthusiasts. Helps to inform what happened to New York after TH fans. Looking forward to seeing more of this author.

  • Terri Stoel
    2019-03-19 18:48

    Great CollaborationYou can definitely feel the two writers personalities in play in this one. Justin has a strong creative voice that adds depth to his brief character sketches. In a few words you could intuitively know how this character grew into the personality in the story. Looking forward to more from Justin and the rest of the Kurtherian Universe.

  • Nipa
    2019-03-24 11:35

    Wow excellent spin-offWell, another great addition to TKG Universe. I didn't know what to expect because, no Michael, no BA, no BMW, but I was very pleased with Valeries character. She put on her big girl panties and took care of business. I would definitely recommend this series and its spin-offs to anybody who will listen. Good job Justin and Michael.

  • Frank Bertino
    2019-04-18 16:56

    Fast ActionI like the character Valerie the vampire princess. I like her honor and morals. The relationships among the characters is interesting. The writing and story fit well in the Kurtherian Universe. I'm looking forward to the next book.

  • Linda Brown
    2019-04-19 13:50

    Another great winner!!Loving that Michael has found me another fantastic writer. An interesting cast of characters, an exciting story, what an awesome evening of reading. Looking forward to more Justiin Sloan.

  • Roylyne Markos
    2019-04-15 16:55

    Good bookI liked this line of the Katherine Gambit. The story over Valerie and how she came to be one of Michael's Vampires. The characters seemed real. And the story well written

  • Erica Villars
    2019-04-19 13:57

    I really loved this book.

  • GREGGCORDELL
    2019-04-01 18:49

    Good readThis was a good read and it is a little bit different from what I normally read but I'm just trying so different books and this was a good one.

  • Alastar
    2019-03-19 12:35

    Love affairThis book was another very good read, Valerie is a very good ass-kicker and I found myself really liking Kammy. I look forward to at least the next three books.