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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

If you like Twilight, you will love this book.

Meg puts a new spin on yet another "vampire" story. I love Meg Cabot. First her "Princess" series and then her "Mediator" series and now, yes, it is another "vampire love story" but with a twist. You learn some new vampire lore. Read it you will love it!

posted by jeniffermarshall on January 31, 2012

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Most Helpful Critical Review

6 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY!!!

if you enjoyed the twilight series at all, you will probably hate this book. i'v always had a soft spot for Meg cabot from when she first came out with princess diaries. and i am sorry to say this was so bad i was angry when it finished. the ending of the book is the mo...
if you enjoyed the twilight series at all, you will probably hate this book. i'v always had a soft spot for Meg cabot from when she first came out with princess diaries. and i am sorry to say this was so bad i was angry when it finished. the ending of the book is the most aggravating part. it felt like a rush job, and on top of everything the whole vampire charade she went through was a waste of time, because she ended up with someone else. its obvious that meg was on teem Jacob... but she was LAZY about it. even though we know that the vampire slayer has a thing for the girl, he has done nothing to prove that he even gives a crap about her besides saving her life(which is his job), but for some reason she decides to run off with him anyway. and she kills of the main guy for some kind of B.S. reason that was only explained in dialogue. DIALOGUE! dialogue that not to mention only came after he died. and what kind of woman can say she's madly in love with a guy, but be scared he's going to kill her!? WAT?? meg cut corners, refused to fully develop important characters, if i could give this no stars i would.

posted by Kassyrose on December 14, 2011

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  • Posted July 5, 2011

    Feels very rushed but kept me entertained

    I'm sorry to say that while this book was entertaining it was not up to par with previous writings by the author. Much emphasis is placed on the balance between the good and evil a character has the choice to become and yet Meena the main character constantly questions his ability to be good. This constant wondering was quite tiring to the reader who has been aptly shown and not told (a good thing!) that said character, Lucien, retains a conscious. Yes, he does start to show signs of doing a 180 turn around in this book, but then suddenly that plot is dropped towards the end - he is good again! His mother was an angel! - only for Meena to turn her back on him. It would have been fine that she'd chosen Alaric if perhaps that plot would have been dealt with better. We have seen Meena moon over Lucien from the first, say she's in love with him, and by the end of the first novel it is presumed she feels for both Alaric and Lucien equally. However, for no given or apparent reason Alaric gets the girl, by doing nothing necessarily heroic on his part. Furthermore, action sequences were slower/unrealistic and the ending felt much too hasty both emotionally and psychologically- Meena states she feels no remorse for essentially killing Lucien and runs off to Antigua with Alaric, which feels decidedly out of character.
    That said the novel had a great beginning and kept me reading which I'm thankful for. Better luck next time

    3 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 12, 2011

    Not as good as the original

    I have to say that while this book kept my attention, I was disappointed with where the characters went. The ending was too abrupt & the death of a major character was unfortunate. Sadly, this is the final book in what could have been an amazing series (I don't see how there can possibly be a sequel with the corner she wrote her characters into).

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2012

    I havn't read but

    The description reminded me of another book i was going to read but then decided against it. I think it was called glimpse....?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2011

    Love this author...

    but why is the ebook more than the paperback? Doesn't make sense. I really liked the Insatiable and was waiting for this one to come out but I'll wait for the price to drop. The price is ridiculous for an ebook.

    0 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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