The Dead Girls' Dance (Morganville Vampires, Book 2)
Claire has her share of challenges. Like being a genius in a school that favors beauty over brains; homicidal girls in her dorm, and finding out that her college town is overrun with the living dead. On the up side, she has a new boyfriend with a vampire-hunting dad. But when a local fraternity... show more
Claire has her share of challenges. Like being a genius in a school that favors beauty over brains; homicidal girls in her dorm, and finding out that her college town is overrun with the living dead. On the up side, she has a new boyfriend with a vampire-hunting dad. But when a local fraternity throws the Dead Girls' Dance, hell is really going to break loose.Watch a Windows Media trailer for this book.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2007-04-03
Publisher: NAL Jam
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
The Morganville Vampires is a series of young adult urban fantasy/vampire novels written by Rachel Caine. The novels feature Claire Danvers, a student at Texas Prairie University, and her housemates in the vampire-controlled city of Morganville, Texas.While the mayor of Morganville is human, unbekno...
This reader's personal opinion, ©2013, all rights reserved.* Not my usual genre as angst-y teenagers in YA/NA books annoy me. But I liked the read. I have been reading the series in sequence since finding; and, I don't recommend reading this book without having read the first book in series, G...
The first thing I like about this young adult (more new adult to me) book is that it keeps continuity. The Dead Girls' Dance begins where Glass Houses ends, in the same circumstances for the characters. The second thing is that it begins in frail calm and ends in frail calm as well. At the beginni...
Claire Danvers is dealing with more of the issues created by living in a town controlled by vampires and working her way through being in the middle of several of the factions in the town. There's a lot of involved politics in the book and some interesting people. It's been a while since I read it...
I hate the concept.I hate the characters.I hate the story line on which this book got off.I practically hate almost everything about this book. So, why did I read this?I read it 'cause I'm in the mood for reading a series with around 10 books and if anyone can recommend me something better than this...