The Morganville Vampires, Volume 1
The first two novels in the New York Times bestselling Morganville Vampires series together for the first time in a new trade paperback edition. Morganville is a small college town in the heart of Texas—not a place that exactly screams “hotbed of creatures of the night.” But college freshman... show more
The first two novels in the New York Times bestselling Morganville Vampires series together for the first time in a new trade paperback edition. Morganville is a small college town in the heart of Texas—not a place that exactly screams “hotbed of creatures of the night.” But college freshman Claire Danvers is about to discover why, in Morganville, you should never, ever stay out after dark… Glass Houses College freshman Claire Danvers moves off campus and into an old house in the small town of Morganville. Her new roommates have her back when the town’s deepest secrets come crawling out, hungry for fresh blood… The Dead Girls’ Dance Claire may have a great roommate and a new boyfriend, but when she’s invited to the Dead Girls’ Dance all hell breaks loose—literally. Because this time, the living and the dead are ready to tear up the night… Praise for the Morganville Vampires series: “Fans of Twilight really should check this out.” —Word Nerd “A fast-moving series where there’s always a surprise just around every dark corner.” —Darque Reviews “[Glass Houses] left me emotionally spent, in a good way. The intensity is cubed in [The Dead Girls’ Dance].” —Eternal Night
Publish date: November 3rd 2009
Publisher: New American Library
Pages no: 452
Edition language: English
Series: The Morganville Vampires (#1)
I didn't love it or hate it, but I have no real intention to bother devoting any time to see if it gets better in the next 13 books. I think maybe if I would have came into this series a few years ago things may have been different, especially considering a vast majority of the reviews for this ser...
Glass HousesGoing to Texas Prairie University was not Claire's first choice of colleges, but before she could make it big she had to attend a college in Texas close to home and wait till she was actually legal enough for her parents to even consider letting her go to schools thousands of miles away....
You can find my full review at http://the-bookaholic.blogspot.comThank you, Ms. Caine for a vampire story in which vampires weren't the romantic interest!Let's face it, vamps are a big part of YA nowadays, most likely due to a book that shall not be named here (I shouldn't REALLY have to name it, sh...
I finally, after having the book on my shelf forever got it down to blast through in a few hours of reading , found out today what the rest of the reading community found out probably a long time ago that life in Morganville Texas is anything but dull and boring! Matter of fact if you are not carefu...
Done reading this until the Fall when I get back to my bookshelf.