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Almost to Die For by Tate Hallaway
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Apr 12, 2011

bookshelves: series, vampire_princess, book-club
Read from October 08 to 10, 2010 , read count: 1

The first book in Hallaway’s new Vampire Princess series introduces us to Anastasija Parker, a somewhat geeky high school student with a penchant for the drama club, who at her 16th birthday will find that her absentee dad isn’t the deadbeat her mother told her he was. She also finds out that she’s not a “true” witch like her mother and is quite possibly, more like her father – a vampire king.

Now her mother and father are fighting over what her destiny will be and she’s got two boys with crushes on her – one a witch and one a vampire. And then there’s the strange behavior she’s starting to exhibit at school.

How will she choose?

Once again, I really enjoyed this book by Hallaway. Her characters are quirky, fun and struggle with the answers. It didn’t hurt that the story is set at a fictional high school in St Paul that closely resembles Central High School and the setting is in the St Paul area and since that’s where I live, it was fun to imagine this all happening around my neighborhood.

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