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Since I'm gearing up to take the SAT in December, it was really helpful to read the story and be able to see the words in context. There were some words that I saw that I had never heard before, and I would catch myself thinking "hmm, that's a cool word." As opposed to Twilight, your parents or teachers won't be able to discourage you from reading this one.
I was expecting the SAT vocabulary to be the focus of the book. Working all those words in must have been hard to do, even without creating a story that would keep readers reading. However, the story was pretty good. Savannah, Dina, and Nick were easy to relate to (trust me, they make Bella look really lame), and Savannah and Nick's relationship added to the story instead of becoming the story. Although it wasn't a particularly memorable story, it fits in with the young adult novels that are out there now. And as I mentioned before, it won't take you a week to read. The writing is clear without over-developing the characters or the story.
The ending certainly wasn't what I expected. A little depressing, honestly, but you'll have to read it and draw your own conclusion. I'll just tell you that Blood Moon is a great way to study for the SAT without actually studying! Read it before summer's over!