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Rainbow Fire (School for Vampires Book 2)
Rainbow Fire (School for Vampires Book 2)
Price: £3.77

4.0 out of 5 stars A big improvement..., 3 April 2013
This book is much better than the last one, with the plot line being much more connected, whereas with the last one it was very disjointed and erratic.
The only bad thing about this book is that it leaves lots of questions unanswered but I suppose that's just to make you buy the next one.
And there is very little about the characters at the school,but you get to know Cora and Vincent a LOT better.
It was a very good read that I really enjoyed. Well worth the morning I spent reading it!
Anyone over 11 with a liking for traditional vampirism would enjoy this book. However, as with most books, it's better to read the 1st in the series first!

School for Vampires
School for Vampires
Price: £2.29

3.0 out of 5 stars Promising, but could have done with a bit more flow..., 2 April 2013
A very good read, once it got going. Its start was rather slow, but towards the end it started getting good. I fin that I'm a Jason fan, myself, and do rather dislike Garret. The end is a very good cliffhanger.
It was a little garbled and disjointed at the beginning,which definitely detracted from its quality, but it was definitely worth the read.
I would recommend this book to anyone over the age of 11.

Vampire Academy: Last Sacrifice
Vampire Academy: Last Sacrifice
Price: £4.99

5.0 out of 5 stars The last one..., 1 April 2013
Well, this series has been a captivating read. This last book makes a grand finale that was well worth waiting for. The plot, whilst slightly predictable, was enjoyable and very strong. The description was good but not overly done and you get a really good feel for the characters, and they become more developed. For example, you come to like Adrian a lot more and feel quite sorry for him in the end...
This book would make my top 20, which is a real accomplishment as I am not a big supernatural fan, but these books do focus more on actual people than on their species.
I would definitely recommend this book to any over 13, you won't regret reading it!

Great and Terrible Beauty
Great and Terrible Beauty
by Libba Bray
Edition: Paperback
Price: £7.99

5.0 out of 5 stars A Great and Terrible Beauty, 31 Aug. 2012
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A Great and Terrible Beauty is an incredible book. It has girl power, magic, teen drama, the whole lot!
16 year old Gemma Doyle is whisked from India off to an English boarding school after the tragic death of her mother, which she swears she saw happen in a vision. She quickly has a run in with the 'elite' (popular) crowd with snobby Felicity Worthington as its head and weak, stuck up Pippa as her second in command. She befriends outsider Ann, an unpopular move. All the while she keeps having visions, and this Indian boy, Kartik, is following her, telling her to shut out the visions. Felicity becomes fascinated with Gemma, and they form a secret group called the Order, which was supposed to be a powerful group of female magicians. As Gemma's powers grow, things start to happen which Gemma can't understand. Will everything turn out alright?
This book is a definite must read, it is immensely enjoyable. It will not disappoint!

Legend (LEGEND Trilogy Book 1)
Legend (LEGEND Trilogy Book 1)
Price: £3.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Legend, 31 Aug. 2012
Legend is a highly enjoyable book. It combines adventure, family love, romance and post-apocalypticness. When I read Legend, I ended up staying up late just to finish it. This book is an amazing post-apocalyptic read. Anyone who enjoyed the Hunger Games would love Legend. It is a must read for all!

Blood Red Road (Dust lands Book 1)
Blood Red Road (Dust lands Book 1)
Price: £4.74

5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Blood Red Road, 31 Aug. 2012
Blood Red Road (BRR) was a highly enjoyable book, with an incredible plot line. It is an amazing post-apocalyptic book that has action, romance and that extra thing that just makes the book a wonderful read. The characters are very well written and you easily find yourself empathising with some of them, like Emmi. The only criticism I have of BRR is its lack of speech marks. There are no speech marks in BRR. Ever. It can sometimes get quite confusing because of that. However, whilst that annoyed me greatly, I am glad I carried on reading it. I would most definitely recommend BRR. It is a gripping read!

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