Die letzten Tage
Publish date: February 6th 2009
Publisher: Frankh Kosmos Verlag
Pages no: 320
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Peeps (#2)
If you are a teen or a preteen who are also into indie band and vampire, this book is probably for you.Imagine one of the Glee members turned into a vampire who are horny and bitty. The book take a long time, really a long time, to set up the meeting of two guitarists to meet up with a ta...
Sex/language. Not my thing. Eeeek.
Good, but found it harder to get into than Peeps. I don't think it was the wider range of POV characters; it might be that Moz started to annoy me.Really would like to see more of Alana Ray.Mind, I read it while I was home sick; take my lack of involvement with a grain of salt.
I really tried to like this book. I got about page 125 and gave up. The characters didn't pull me in, the slang that was used was awful, and I guess I was expecting the cool medical side notes like in Peeps. The chapter arrangement was interesting, but hard to keep track of who was who and doing wha...
I love Scott Westerfeld's books, and this is one of his better ones, although it is not quite as good as the Uglies or Midnighters series. This book is the sequel to Peeps, although it is mostly about completely different characters. It's totally weird, but very exciting and interesting. Parts of i...
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