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The Ultimate Secret. The Ultimate Agent. Nathaniel Cade returns. For years, Nathaniel Cade has been the President's Vampire, sworn by a blood oath to.
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Can't wait for the next book and my neice loves them aswell. I really enjoyed this book. So much I then brought the trilogy. Christopher farnsworth is a great new author who actually responds to your questions on twitter. One person found this helpful 2 people found this helpful. I have read the whole series now This follow up, The President's Vampire still entertains but fails to hit the high notes of the original. Partly this is because of a complex and somewhat over the top plot that moves away from the clever ideas in Blood Oath into more comic book style action.
This ended up being a bit average which is a shame as the idea is a good and clever one, the writing is not bad, but the over the top plot does this one no favours. I'll read the next one in the series but do hope the author finds a better way to use his characters.
This is the second book in the series after Blood Oath. If you are looking for a book about vampires, this is not really it. The book is more of a thriller. I really enjoyed it and the storyline was great. I can't wait for his next novel and hope it is not too long in coming. Unfortunately it's let down by a plot that is simultaneously too over the top and too predictable in how it will eventually end. Its good to be back in the company of Cade and Zach. Both grow as characters and the underlying mythology is expanded further, with more uncovered regarding the Shadow Company.
The action sequences are enjoyable too, but like the rest of the plot they have a tendency to veer towards the overblown at times. Its a shame that The President's Vampire is let down by some suspect plotting, because this remains a series with promise. A story with a great plot that's full of twists and turns. I look forward to reading your other books. How do my chances look of you commenting?
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Lists with This Book. Jun 03, Graeme Rodaughan rated it really liked it Shelves: An excellent follow up to Blood Oath. If you liked the first book, I'm sure you will like the second. This book will suit those who enjoy a good, solid conspiracy, some supernatural elements, and thriller and suspense style action. Mar 13, Jennifer rated it it was amazing Shelves: Christopher Farnsworth has done it again! Nathaniel Cade is back in The President's Vampire and he's as better than ever.
Blood Oath blew me away and as a result, I have extremely high expectations of this book. Anything I could have possibly imagined, The President's Vampire easily surpassed. Incorporating historical figures and events, as well as referencing horror movies as though they were previous cases, The President's Vampire manages to twist history, pop culture, politics and the supernat Christopher Farnsworth has done it again!
Incorporating historical figures and events, as well as referencing horror movies as though they were previous cases, The President's Vampire manages to twist history, pop culture, politics and the supernatural into something utterly enthralling. We flashback to some of Cade's previous cases as well as seeing him in action in a present day saving the world scenario. We get to know Cade better in The President's Vampire. We may never know him well, but as the series progresses, we slowly understand him better. While technically a monster forced into service, he often proves to be morally superior to the human's he's bound to protect.
He's uncomplicated by the frivolous things humans obsess over. He's awesome with the outdated slang. And he truly wants to protect the country. I loved seeing Zach, Cade's handler, so involved in the mission. He's grown up a lot from his first encounter with Cade which caused him to wet his pants. While things don't always play out the way he hopes, he's quickly proving to be an asset instead of another person Cade needs to constantly keep alive.
The President's Vampire provides shocking twists again and again. This book keeps you on your toes while glued to the pages. I can't praise this series or Christopher Farnsworth enough. The President's Vampire is the perfect follow up to an amazing series debut. I'm already anxiously awaiting my next Nathaniel Cade fix.
Nathaniel Cade Series by Christopher Farnsworth
Feb 19, Amber rated it it was amazing Shelves: Nathanial Cade has been bound to the President of the United States to protect the Country from all Supernatural creatures as the President's vampire. When an ancient reptile-like race emerges from the shadows, will Cade and his Human escort Zach Barrows be able to stop them before it is too late?
Read on and find out for yourself. This was the first ever book I have read by Christopher Farnsworth and will def look for more books from him in the future. If you like books like these, definitely ch Nathanial Cade has been bound to the President of the United States to protect the Country from all Supernatural creatures as the President's vampire. If you like books like these, definitely check this out at your local library and wherever books are sold. Apr 13, Bookmom rated it really liked it. Nathaniel Cade is a one hundred forty year old vampire, stronger and more powerful than most, blood oathed to the seated president of the USA and the best interests of the country.
A well-established group with footholds in high political positions and other government organizations believe the end justifies the means, taking it to a whole new level by replacing humanity with, well, something else that is highly contagious. Cade has seen these bef Nathaniel Cade is a one hundred forty year old vampire, stronger and more powerful than most, blood oathed to the seated president of the USA and the best interests of the country.
He and his political handler, Zach Barrows, must figure out who is behind it, where the creatures are coming from and keep them from spreading. As a reader of the Urban Fantasy genre, I was at first a little taken aback by the lack of personality that Cade has. Until you get to know him, he seems to come across as somewhat robotic, but that gets explained. But just over a third of the way through the book I got hooked and the things that were bothering me were overtaken by the appreciation for the story.
The book is made up from a lot of small segments, with action taking place not only in different parts of the world from the perspective of those involved or affected, but also in history. The author does a great job of mixing these segments to feed us background and information from a number of sources in pieces that slowly builds the overall picture. But like those books, the author makes the situation seem possible and leaves you wondering what exactly is being kept from us.
The story contains plenty of action. I'm happy to say that the things that first bothered me in The President's Vampire are handled in Blood Oath. And while it's not necessary to read Blood Oath first, I highly recommend it. You get how Cade became a vampire and blood-oathed to the president, Zach's story as he's partnered up with Cade, and an explanation for Shadow Company and The Company as well as a few other things mentioned in this second book.
Mar 01, jD rated it it was amazing Shelves: I love this series! I finally sat down last night and finished the audio book. I had been holding out because there is not another one yet. This is book 2 and follow-up to Blood Oath. I have nothing I can compare the writing to. It's Urban Fantasy with a generous helping of history, urban legends, and political conspiricies. In Blood Oath, Dr. It wasn't pretty but it was a thrill I love this series! It wasn't pretty but it was a thrill ride to the finish. Zack, the mouthy young assistant to Cade came up with it.
The lizardish creatures were once human and of course, a top secret government program created a virus that helped that little metamorphsis happen. Cade had to put a stop to it while keeping his Blood Oath not to hurt innocents or those protected by the White House. There are moments of humor that keep the dark from being too dark but it's still dark. You know what I mean?
The President's Vampire
Cade says so few words, he is just a killing machine, a patriotic one at that. He doesn't drink human blood although he tends to spill a significant amount of it. He is a singular purposed being that makes the perfect anti-hero. Forced into the Blood Oath with the blood from the bullet that killed Abe Lincoln, Cade is tied the President, all of them. His recall on some of their personalities is a hoot. Some moments were endearing as well such as when he told Bobby Kennedy that he could not find the person that ordered the death of his brother. Make no mistake, everybody connected to the assignation Cade hunted down but he never found out who made the order.
The current President has the personality traits of Obama but he is never identified by name as well as the more recent ones. I recommend this books to those who like it shaken and not stirred. Again, I am wishing I had this in book format so I can share some of the great lines but they are too fleeting in audio. May 05, Jackie rated it really liked it Shelves: The President's Vampire is the second book in a very entertaining series of the same name. Farnsworth has a sly humor and a vivid, cinematic imagination that makes these books tons of fun to read.
His exhaustive research on conspiracy theories and X-file sorts o The President's Vampire is the second book in a very entertaining series of the same name. His exhaustive research on conspiracy theories and X-file sorts of stories comes to play over and over again--there is never a dull moment on any page. My particular favorite this time around is the story of how Bin Laden "actually" died Farnsworth's got amazing timing to his story telling too! This time around Cade is dealing with mad scientists manipulating DNA in an attempt to wipe out humankind and create a new being that is better adapted to the upcoming changes facing our planet.
There's plenty of action with Somali pirates and the military--it's more than a bit graphic in places, but has no shortage of laughs either. Jan 25, Dana Delamar rated it it was amazing. Another great entry in this series. I really enjoyed "Blood Oath," the first book in the Nathaniel Cade series, and "The President's Vampire" is an excellent follow-up that deepens the character of Zach and gives us more hints about Cade's past and who he is inside. And if you haven't been following along, Cade is a year-old vampire who works for the President of the United States as a defense against all the things that go bump in the night and just might destroy the country.
I'm not going Another great entry in this series. I'm not going to say much about the plot, but it almost one-ups the whole idea of a zombie apocalypse Recommended if you like fast-paced supernatural suspense. A highly entertaining beach read! Jan 27, Peter Marrero rated it it was amazing. I picked up Blood Oath last year when it was first released because it looked like a really interesting book and boy I was right. Cade takes a "Blood Oath" to the Presidency of the United States as a condition of his pardon making him our one and only weapon in the War on the Supernatural.
He's an unstoppable, perfect killing machine. I couldn't put this book down! In many ways, this book was more interesting than the first but I did not like it more than book one. I really enjoyed the first half of the book. It was a wild ride! I just wasn't as satisfied with the whole of the story. I kept thinking, "But why? It is also the details that leave me feeling a bit meh. It isn't as tight and together as the first book. Great adventure story full of details that are very much the USA.
Mar 31, Shelley rated it really liked it Shelves: The President's Vampire is the second installment in the Nathaniel Cade series. It has been 11 months since the end of Blood Oath, and Zach and Cade have become a team. They face yet another challenge from the Shadow Company, and its long reach into the administration of President Samuel Curtis. What the President doesn't know, his own VP, Chief of Staff, and a member of the Shadow Company Colonel Graves, have stepped up their determination to bring down the Curtis administration and the country at a whole, and especially Cade.
I would highly recommend that you read Blood Oath, the first book in this series, to give you a better understanding of what Cade is all about and why he has served US Presidents for years. Cade has been sworn to protect and serve his country. Cade's existence is the most closely guarded of the White House secrets; a superhuman covert agent who is the last line of defense against nightmare scenarios that ordinary citizens can only dream of.
Cade was blood oathed by voodoo priestess Marie Laveau in by President Johnson. This time around the danger is a super virus that turns humans into Snakehead creatures, and it is spread via bites, and blood. Zach and Cade are forced to work with Graves, and take orders from him, something that Cade has issues with.
This in essence means that any order that Graves gives him, he has to obey, which puts a chink in Cades plans to stop Graves and those behind the virus. It appears that Graves and Cade also have a past history together, and Cade has a very long memory that never forgets. I'm glad to see that Tania, the vampire, has reappeared in this story. Tania has attached herself to Cade in order to see why he does the things he does. She plays more of a positive role in the story, and the final outcome as well. I'm hoping we see another release in this series so that Cade and Tania can wrap their relationship one way or the other.
Tania is the total opposite of Cade. She feeds, and hunts human for sport and blood. She has no problem killing at will when it comes to humans. Cade on the other hand, refuses to partake in drinking human blood. He prefers animal blood. This story is another example of Dark Fantasy, and the level of demented evil by the villains is seriously creepy.
And, no, this is not your typical vampire story.