Publish date: August 30th 2010
Pages no: 372
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Urban Fantasy
, Young Adult Fantasy
, Sports And Games
I don't usually read vampire books - as a matter of fact, I stay away from them because they do nothing for me. It's just the fact that I'm a Kirsty Eagar fangirl that made me read this book.So maybe this book is not that special within the genre, but I absolutely loved it because it felt different....
Cool read. Very cool as in bad vampires, secret societies and all, even that bit of alternate history where the baddies really are as monstrous as the act related. Then the fact that there were demons of the personal sort, for Jamie in particular.As usual, Eagar’s writing is slow, specific and delib...
It pains me to give Kirsty Eagar 3 stars because she's such a fantastic writer. She sketches characters so clearly that even though you're introduced to so many at once, there isn't that "Who is he/she again?" moment of confusion where you have to flip back through the book. Her characters in this b...
I had trouble getting into it. But I kept reading. I felt that the characters should be older. I feel they acted a bit older than 15. I liked the concept and how all the Vampire stuff worked, with the traditional no sun light rule, being invited in to enter a home, them being evil and the whole bloo...
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