if youre not turned off by the overload of vampire/werewolf action
I've read this book and I found it very interesting. Only it has an overworked story line. It's different from other [newer]versions of vampires/werewolves books whereas it has other fantasy creatures involved and it's more, for lack of a better word, hardcore. (But not blood and guts gory, it's basically old school vampires)
There's also no mention of how the book is split between Hayden and Mary Anns point of view. Just to let everyone know, because I wasn't very happy when I read that and it was a woman (I got this book because I thought it was from the males perspective).
It's a good book for almost everybody that likes fantasy, though.