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If you were checking out books, would you read this?

-Wrist Watch-
[Luke Gallade: FBI agent, and a 436 year old vampire. He has to keep his secret, secret. What could happen if someone found out? Well, not even he knows, but It can't be good right? He must work tirelessly to keep anyone from finding out, but what happens when someone finally does find out? Not good… or is it? What’s with that watch?; and is it possible that even greater forces are at work?]
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Re: If you were checking out books, would you read this?

Honestly, no. Too similar to other books. A bit too jumping on the trend wagon, with no new perspective or even at least a known author reputation.
What REALLY distinguishes this from the others?!