by Vivian Vande Velde
Ian's bear is missing and Kerry realizes it must have been left at the Laundry. Her brother won't sleep without it and her father is already in bed. With only her learners permit, Kerry takes the car to get the bear and back before her father wakes up.Simple plan, but it definitely doesn't happen th...
Omigosh I wanted this to be good. I wanted this to be good so badly. I wanted something creepy. Look at that cover! It sure looks like a creepy book. Creepy YA Romance. YA Romance generally sucks, I know, but look at the cover! How can’t that be awesome?!“Easy, my dear Anzu. The cover is awesome, tr...
I loved this book in my teens!
I really enjoyed the story and the plot was very exciting, but the end seemed rushed. I wouldn't say there were loose ends, I guess I just wasn't satisfied with the way she ended it.
One of the few really excellent vampire novels out there. The entire plot has so much common-sense and believability working for it, and the characters are so likeable, that I wish it was hundreds of pages longer.
I re-read this book regularly all through high school, and just recently hunted down a copy to keep at my finger tips. This book was a seminal introduction to vampires and urban fantasy for me.