Indie Book Review: The Species Within by Kimberley Clark

kc1The Species Within (Battles in the Dark Book 1) by Kimberley Clark is about a young huntress who works hard to rid her city of the creatures of the dark that lurk in it. Kira hunts Nostovores (Vampires) and Lycrouds (Werewolves) not only because they have killed those she cares for but she because is special. Kira is a human with the abilities of these dark mythlend creatures.

When the leader of the Lycrouds threatens to awaken an indestructible species that will enslave and destroy all creatures, humans and mythlend alike, Kira is forced to ally with the Nostovores.

Kira is a very strong and amazing female lead with such a dominant personality that you can’t stop reading her story. Kira is a fascinating character in the sense she has all this power from these Mythlends, and she uses the powers she has from them to dispose of them from her city.

She lives with a Mooran, Kuron, a Mythlend creature she tolerates enough to not kill, as his protection is valuable to her. It is interesting reading about him because he isn’t a known species, I don’t think I’ve read a creature like him before this series.

Kuron and Emmerich, a war leader in the Nostovores clan, both have interest in Kira and the more time she spends with them the less she wants to kill them, which in her line of work is a dangerous game to play.

It was at my first Supanova years ago that I first stumbled upon The Species Within. I was drawn to the art work which is beautifully designed. I met the author, Kimberley Clark, who is such an amazing person and has also written more mind-blowing books that you just can’t put down. I read The Species Within in three days and kept annoying Kimberley for the next one.

There are some sexy paragraphs amongst the chapters, but they aren’t over the top like Fifty Shades of Grey, they don’t drag you away from the storyline. There are three books in this series, which I recommend you purchase.

Because addictive, sexy, mind-blowing, mysterious and amazing are the words that come to mind when I describe this book.

by Danica Peck

Published in: on January 28, 2018 at 3:54 am  Leave a Comment  

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