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  • Posted January 13, 2011

    Okay Book

    Years after I read Shattered Mirror I see it has a sequel. I liked that book. Look at the publication date and realise that it is coming out next month. How fortuitous for me. Yet the few reviews that I read for the book are not exactly the most positive. Some complain about the fact that it does not give you a refresher course and others how it happens in 24-hours. So what do I do? I go back and read the first book.That solved that problem for me. Now I just had the issue of waiting for the book to come out. So I waited. And waited. And noticed that my school starts up on January 18th. And waited some more. The day after it is released I walk the 1.96 (might as well call it 2) miles to Barnes and Noble to read the book. I finish it in a little over two hours later. How did I end up not being annoyed with the 24-hour time lapse? Simple, I never read the time stamp at the beginning of any of the chapters. That said I enjoyed the book much more than the people who came before me.

    The plot was about the reactions of Sarah Vida's family and how her new vampire family dealt with the problems.You have Dominique, who hates vampires, her sister Aida, who was taught to hate vampires, and Sarah, who only wants to live but doesn't want to kill anyone. Dominique wants Sarah dead and she has called everyone in to kill Sarah and it is just a bonus if they kill Kristopher or Nikolas. Okay I think that is pretty much it. I will admit that writing the plot down makes it seem a bit small but saying anything else will give away big surprises because this book was all bout surprises.

    Characters. My favorite characters were Sarah and Nikolas with Kristopher as a close third. They were the main characters. Sarah was pretty much the whole reason for the book. She defied the rules and did what no Vida had done before her. Sarcasm once again. I will go into more detail on that when I explain my least favorite characters. In the first book I was all about the Sarah and Kristopher love. They were cute together even if Kristopher was a bit naive. In this book Sarah and Nikolas have the little moments that make me hope for a cute couple. It really had me torn. At this point I think that I need another book just to break the tie for me.

    Least favorite characters. In the first book every witch is made out to be strict. They follow the rules and they don't interact with vampires. Sarah broke a huge rule when she not only befriended two vampires but gets a crush on one of them. And I am not talking Nissa. Although that would be interesting. But in this book you learn that Sarah did not break the rule of falling for a vampire so much as she was told on. I find myself much more annoyed now that I look back on this than when I actually read the book. Looking back it seems that every vampire hunter had/has some dirty secret involving vampires. And then they call a hunt on Sarah for it happening to her involuntarily. They knew what they were getting into, Sarah thought that she was just befriending two harmless Single Earth vampires. All of those witches were hypocrites, especially Dominique Vida.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 16, 2012

    Fair but not satisfying

    I liked the on look of Sarahs life now as a vampire, but i felt none of it was what she would have. Living with Katherine, talking with the twins, and though i like the Nikolas and Sarah devolpement since i found Christ too plain for my taste of a vampire. Everyone was good and the plot was okay, story didnt seem to fit the "24 hours" thing which i ignored anyway, but i didnt think this was Sarahs out come and i liked the way the first ended with imagination to it. The Dominic thing was sad in my opinion but its not my book. It was good with a little mixed feeling for me, but still good

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