**spoiler alert** I LOVE this book. I LOVE this series. I LOVE vampires.
This obviouslly shows how much I loved reading this book as it is really very...more**spoiler alert** I LOVE this book. I LOVE this series. I LOVE vampires.
This obviouslly shows how much I loved reading this book as it is really very great. From the very first page all the way to the end of the book each part and every part was interesting not at all boring.
All the characters were appealing I even liked the evil 'Monica Morrel'. Claire, the main character, is just wonderful. I totally love her. I like how she's into studying, how she cares a great deal about others and that shes a positive character. Her 'roommates' or rather 'housemates' are all great too. Micheal and Shane are simply down to earth hotties. Micheal is more of the serious one as he is the oldest and the house they're living in belongs to him. Shane loves his video games and chilli and he's very flirty. I adore Eve especially her style of clothing is just fab.
Claire and Shane are perfect for each other. To be honest, I really didn't expect them to get together. I always thought it would have been Micheal and Claire but Claire and Shane suit better, obviously!
The way Rachel Caine flowed the events of this book is amazing. It always keeps you guessing and that's what I love the best. However,I just really hate how at the end of the book, its not an ending but a spinoff so the ending carry's on to the next book. I find that really fustrating! Now, you have to wait for the next book. And, hear me now when I say the ending to this book is just alarming. I actually screamed.
I don't want to give anything else away. Find out yourself. I assure you, this is a book worth reading. :)(less)
This is another amazing addition to the Morganville series. It is just as good as the other two books!
As always, Caine was preformed her magic and mad...moreThis is another amazing addition to the Morganville series. It is just as good as the other two books!
As always, Caine was preformed her magic and made all the events in the book completely memorable. There are times that are funny and I just have to laugh otu loud. Action is displayed as always making the book more thrilling and enjoyable to read.
Through each book the characters grow on my more and more. I love Shane and Clare. Although, Shane was a bit of a jerk at times in this book he came together at the end being the nice guy he is. Clare has signed an agreement with Amelia that lead to the introduction of Myrin, a new charactar.
Myrin. Mad scientist. You cannot get me started. He's just really freakishly werid. But a great character. He is what the book needed for that little bit of an edge bringing insanity, confussion and vulnerability. I have to admit, he did seem scary at first.
Micheal becomes 'different'.I can seem to decide whether it's good or bad. Maybe a bit of both. It'll be nice to see the badboy side of him now.
It's really hard not to give away any spoliers! Caine writes to perfection as The Morganville series really are all pieces of magic. You need them on your shelf! ...Feast of Fools follows! (less)
Yes yes and yes. Another fabulous book to the Morganville series. Cain hasn't let me down yet!
The story left off from where Bishop, Amelie's father ar...moreYes yes and yes. Another fabulous book to the Morganville series. Cain hasn't let me down yet!
The story left off from where Bishop, Amelie's father arrives. More secrets are revealed. We find out what Bishop's real motive is and what he truly wants. Bishop's character being dark and sinister is very unnerving yet exciting to read about.
With each book Clare has definitely grown more and more. She's become more responsible and mature and that’s one of the main reasons I love her- Especially since she's still working for Amelie giving her a whole deal of work to do. It's so annoying though! How long is she going to work for her... I really do not like the whole idea of that. Amelie is okay and all but she's still one mean vampire.
Shane's 'problems' with Michael are much exciting. I love reading about them they have a lot to figure about and deal with and it's nice to see how they’re going day by day. Obviously, Shane's being a total jerk about the whole thing and Michael is well Michael. He's doing his best and well they'll be okay at the end. Just love those guys!
Cain has presented yet another thrilling reading with plenty of action and suspense. A fast paced and enthralling read. What's there not to love? Can't wait to read Lord of Misrule! (less)
All the morganville books are peices of perfection. When I started reading this book however, I never got the same action and thrill as the other book...moreAll the morganville books are peices of perfection. When I started reading this book however, I never got the same action and thrill as the other books. It was a bit slow paced for me.
BUT, as I explored more of Cain's story, I got into whatever was happening. Everything comes crashing down as the war between Amelie and Bishop continued. Basically, out of control! There was a vast amount of action in the book maknig me want to read more and more.
As always, some kind of romance is shown. Claire's and Shane's moments are the moments you can't wait for. I love it and especially since Shane's sweet side is revealed even more.
I am definetly continuing with this series and the ending... I was in shock! I did not see it coming... I need to read Carpe Corpus!(less)
**spoiler alert** Alike Glass Houses, this book was big hit. If you havn't read the first book I assure you would be lost in this book.
I LOVED The Dea...more**spoiler alert** Alike Glass Houses, this book was big hit. If you havn't read the first book I assure you would be lost in this book.
I LOVED The Dead Girls’ Dance- obviously.
I was so incredibly relieved when I found out Michael wasn’t dead. Seriously, I was over the moon! I actually thought he died. It was nice seeing him and Eve bonding. So very cute!
I really hate Shane’s father, Frank. I mean he hates vampires because a vampire killed his wife. Yeah I get that. But it doesn’t mean he should go killing Michael (who by the way is totally innocent) and go hunting every damn vampire in Morganville. Come on!
Now Claire, Shane, Michael and Eve are in danger. Shane also got hit by Frank. I felt so sorry for him. The way Rachel Caine described his hits was unbearable.
The one thing I didn’t like about Dead Girl’s Dance was how Claire acted. She was told to stay in the house because she can get killed. But does she listen? No. Instead she insists on going college as she has to study. Claire is intelligent. Doesn’t act it as much in this book though. I still love her. :)(less)
Shadow Kiss, the third addition to the Vampire Academy series, is as fiery and better as the last book. Full of light and brimming with power, this bo...moreShadow Kiss, the third addition to the Vampire Academy series, is as fiery and better as the last book. Full of light and brimming with power, this book will leave you breathless. And, as you can see I loved this book! Really epic stuff!
I love Rose and her kick ass character. I'll say she's one of the reasons why I love this series so much! Like always, she encounters many more challenges. With not being able to be the guardian she wants to be, a ruthless court trial, seeing things that no one would believe and facing the Strigoi once again... Shadow Kiss cannot possibly get more exhilarating.
Well, it can if we consider Dimitri. Can things get more hotter? I really love all the Rose and Dimitri scenes. They're perfect for one and other but as always something has to come in its way.
The ending is simply breathtaking and very much astonishing. Mead leaves us with an enormous cliffhanger making it even more anticipating yet pretty much fascinating. I can't begin to explain how awesome this series is. I am loving it even more as I read on the books. Get this series and expect to be blown away. (less)
**spoiler alert** With this final installment of the Mediaior series, many twists, many secreats and many findings are revealed. I always wondered how...more**spoiler alert** With this final installment of the Mediaior series, many twists, many secreats and many findings are revealed. I always wondered how this series would have come to an end... What ever will happen to Jesse?, Will Susannah and Paul finally get together? or Will Jesse and Susannah het there happily ever after? I am a giver for happy endings but its hard to believe how this story will end.
Paul wants Susannah all to himself. What gives? Why can't he just go find somebody else seeing as shes taken by Jess the hottie. And WOW, the extreme lengths he's going to gain his love is without doubt astonishing. He's going to back in time and save Jesse so that Jesse and Susannah never meet!
Paul goes back in time and susannah follows. Obviously. In hope of trying to stop him. Paul ends up tying her up and then he leaves her to look for deigo (bad guy that kills Jesse) Now for my favourite part: Jesse finds Susannah and they meet and talk and its evr so sweet!
From all the other Mediator books, this ones my favourite! Read the book, you can guess why. No more spoilers :) (less)
After reading Fallen, I just knew I had to read the book that followed. Torment was everything I expected it to be. It was as good as the first- packe...moreAfter reading Fallen, I just knew I had to read the book that followed. Torment was everything I expected it to be. It was as good as the first- packed with twice as much the suspense, action and love.
Luce faces many challenges. She has to make difficult decisions that have been already made by Daniel. But does she follow them? Nope. I liked her venerability and how she didn't know what to do most of the time.
Fortunately, Daniel appeared in this book quite often. I really love his character. I treasured the moments with Luce and Daniel however, as time passed by, she grew fond of another :(
The most shocking event was the ending. It always the last few moments of the book that surprises me. I can't believe what happened to Luce. It's impossible to figure how the story is going to carry on.
SPOILERS! Outstouding! OMG! IT WAS AH-MAZING! Seriously, no lie. I cannot describe how good this book was. I simply couldn't put It down. It was so eng...moreSPOILERS! Outstouding! OMG! IT WAS AH-MAZING! Seriously, no lie. I cannot describe how good this book was. I simply couldn't put It down. It was so engaging and full of life. I loved every single thing about Last Sacrifice especially since ROSE and DIMITRI are FINALLY TOGETHER! I AM SOOOOOOOO RELIEVED!
I followed Rose all throughout the way- from Vampire Academy to Last Sacrifice. Each and every book within this series had left me captivated and longing for more. Now that it has come to an end, I'm depressed but overjoyed to get that happily ever after at the end!
The one thing that got me so enthralled within the life at St.Vladmir was most definitely the relationship between Rose and Dimitri. They both had this intensity and passion for one another that was worth holding on to. They both craved to be with each other yet something always came in the way. I loved all their magical moments and how they both complete each other in every single way. *sigh* When Dimitri and Rose were in the tent there was such a intensity in the air. The way there gazes locked and how much they craved to be kiss each other... so cute
Adrian. At first when he was introduced in Frostbite, I didn't really connect with his character however my thoughts all changed in this book. Especially, when Rose cheated on him! That was really :( ...But it’s totally understandable. Everybody makes mistakes and you just tell how Rose and Dimitri are in 'sync'. Rose obviously didn't intend on hurting Adrian in any way but Dimitr's and Rose's love was so strong that they had to be with each other. They belong together.
It was funny when Dimitri said and I quote 'And what is not right is taking a woman from another man' and then he goes all over Rose in the next chapter. LOL!
The events change constantly with every page. Expect the Unexpected. Like Tasha. Who would have thought out of all people she would be the one who framed Rose. I actually thought it was Daniella. With everything going on and the way Richelle Mead wrote it just seemed so obvious that it was Daniella. Tasha didn't look like that type of person. I wouldn't have even in my wildest dreams thought it will be her. Hell, she was like one of the nicest people. What’s more is she shot Rose! I should have known she loved Dimitri. I feel sorry for Christian seeing as they're related and all. Lissa and him are perfect.
I am giving way too much spoilers... there's simply too much to say. Richelle Mead simply writes to perfection. I loved this entire series (and why doesn't she tour in the UK! So random.) :] (less)
As sson as I started reading Evermore, I knew that it was my type of book. It had everything I expected... vampires, romance and a hot guy :) Thw whol...moreAs sson as I started reading Evermore, I knew that it was my type of book. It had everything I expected... vampires, romance and a hot guy :) Thw whole ideo of vampires not really being vampires but Imortals, was very much intriguing.
Ever seems like a great character even though half the time she's hidden under her hood with earphones giving her this gothic outlook. Her firends Haven and Miles have bright personalities, by which they enlightenthe book too.
I LOVE Damen. By Alyson's vivid description with her writing of such elegance, she portrays him as a very nice and good looking guy. (Don't all the good duys have to be. Excluding Jane's lover in Jane Eyre though). It is very obvious he has a 'thing' for Ever. Especially since he sends his love through a red tulip.
It's really funny how Damen gives a white rosebud to Stacia (enemy!) and Ever feels extremely jealous. Then, she discovers that a white rosebud signifies someone who doesn't understand love. Very amusing.
I really loved reading Evermore although the ending was a bit off- for me anyways. I'm releived that there's a second to this book- Blue Moon!(less)
**spoiler alert** Dark Flame wasn't as good as the last book however I am really engaged in this series. Finally, real ACTION was displayed in this bo...more**spoiler alert** Dark Flame wasn't as good as the last book however I am really engaged in this series. Finally, real ACTION was displayed in this book. Now that the antidote has been broken, what's going to happen now? It's a wonder how Damen and Ever are going to be together.
I actually thought that Ever had a thing for Jude with her running to him with every problem she has and using the excuse that Damen won't like whatever she did. When Jude said he 'loved' her I fell of my chair! How dare he? It was always Damen and Ever that are meant to be. It was a big relief when she dissed him, and told Damen everything. It was about time too!
Haven is really starting to annoy me. Frustrating! She doesn't understand the concept of magyic and she acts like she knows everything about it. And how can I possible forget ...I don't even understand what she sees in Roman.
The ending of the book really got me going and I can't wait to read Night Star. And... Oh yeah, Roman dies. :D(less)
I was really looking forward to reading Firelight. The cover, and the synopsis both had me hooked. So when I finally read Firelight, I wasn't disappoi...moreI was really looking forward to reading Firelight. The cover, and the synopsis both had me hooked. So when I finally read Firelight, I wasn't disappointed. It was a very enjoyable read.
Will's and Jacinda's first encounter was weirdly nice. Will is a hunter hunting it's prey- the draki, a mythical dragon, that just happened to be Jacinda. In that meeting, Will studied Jacinda gazing at her and just thinking how beautiful she is. Jacinda was left confused. I really connected with Will right there and them. It simply has to be because he didn't kill her and obviously his kind heart and loving nature. Who needs bad boys?
Jacinda and Will encounter many problems, but struggle through them all the same. There is a hell of a lot of action and suspense finely lined with that touch of romance. Like the time when Will discovered Jacinda's true form but he still continued to love her the same, was sweet but very weird for me personally... I just can't picture it!
I guess that's what Jordan wanted to show, a sense of acceptance whatever you are. With Jordan's fine writing, Firelight had me craving for more! Can't wait for Vanish!(less)