Top critical review
No words can describe this book...
on 2 September 2013
I actually liked this book at first. I thought that the way the vampires in this book were portrayed was quite different as well.
But there were some good sides and some downsides too.
The good side was the actual beginning of the book, and maybe the middle.
Now I would have given this book four stars or maybe even five stars if it wasn't for that typical thing where the main character thinks there's nothing amazing about herself, but most men are attracted to her, and by the end she's amazingly beautiful. Not only was this cheese added but then the ending was rushed. The fact that Violet-the main character-was a virgin made her even more beautiful, and if any of the male vampires found out, they would want her, that added a little mozzarella to that cheddar. But then at the end the description was rubbish, and it was rushed and seemed to only 'big up' the main character...
There was one thing in particular. Violets younger sister Ariel, was turned into a vampire, and Violet had no idea what was happening to her, but instead of being more persistent, and trying to find out what was wrong with her sister, she decided to go ice skating, but she didn't actually go ice skating, instead she ditched her date-whose dad ends up being randomly killed- and rode off on the back of a motorcycle with a boy who hadn't been so nice to her.
There's only so much cheese I can take.
This is just my opinion, but I thought the ending in particular was really predictable and typical...