Review – Twilight Seeker

Twilight Seeker book cover


Twilight Seeker


Daybreaker #1


Pippa DaCosta


Urban Fantasy


Stay in the light, avoid locked doors, and resist silver whispers.
Meet Lynher Aris. Hostess extraordinaire. By night, she entertains the Dark Ones passing through the Night Station: vampires, demons, shifters, and worse. By day, she undermines them all, working with the resistance to unravel their enslavement of the human race.
But Lynher has a dark secret of her own, and with the imminent arrival of Ghost—a vampire overlord few have seen but all fear—she must play her role as the queen of the Night Station to perfection, keeping the resistance and her secret safe, or risk losing everything, including the powerful Night Station itself.


4stars rating

A brand new series and what a start… My head is still spinning! 😀


Was great. Every scene and environment was well described and clear. We know a lot about what happened in the past, how the monsters have the upper hand and how humans are either dead, in hiding or tortured for blood on twisted farms by the vampires. The Night Station is quite the riddle, it’s alive and very much aware, helping to keep the staff and the guests safe from the outside world… and each other.

Character development:

Was very, very good. Who is a friend, who is an enemy… are you sure? Are you really sure? Twists upon twists, secrets, revelations, deceit… yep, it’s all there in true Pippa DaCosta style. Seriously, I’m not lying, you just never know who the bad guy is and if you think you’ve figured it out, read some more and guess again. The cast feels alive and very real, with each their own emotions, hopes and fears. Superbly written.

Pacing & Flow:

Were good. It felt like an intricate dance, moving slowly but surely all over the place. A great balance between action and conversations.

The book itself:

The book itself was well written with no (noticeable) errors and there is no sex described (if that is important to you).

Final Thoughts:

I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this book and I really do need the second book asap. Not knowing who and what… it’s driving me insane!