Preda (L'ultimo vampiro, #1-3)
Publish date: May 2010
Pages no: 406
Edition language: Italian
Series: Thirst (#1)
Way too perfect.
I don't want to see me get screwed up by the vampireness.
Read this when I was about twelve and remember absolutely loving it. Without reading it again I can't say for sure if it's stood the test of time, it was back in the early nineties after all. However, given how popular the paranormal sub-genre is within YA books I'd take a guess and say Remember M...
I did not love this book. Things were simply too perfect all the time. From the beginning Sita has no weaknesses and she gains more as the story goes along. She is an interesting character and I will probably continue to read the series but I was bored till the end of the book.
Interesting read though it leaves me a little confused. I have to think about it a bit more. There are aspects I liked (the focus on religion) and those that grossed me out (the description of Sita feedings), but overall it was... interesting. She's definitely a different type of vampire.