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Intern With The Vampire by Kit Iwasaki
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Jun 23, 2011

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bookshelves: 2011, ya-books, vampire
Recommended for: Vampire-fans and Scrubs-fans
Read from April 29 to May 14, 2011 , read count: 1

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In “Intern with a vampire” we can easily see similarities to “Scrubs” or maybe “Grace Anatomy,” but of course there is a paranormal twist.
Aline, the main character, starts working at Grace General Hospital as an intern after being dismissed from “the perfect hospital” and looses her “perfect life.” We follow her for å brief moment, she’s fired for killing a patient and then hired by Dr.Rocque at Grace General Hospital.
At Grace General neither doctors nor patients are human, they are vampires, mermaids, zombies and black widows. At this hospital everything you have nightmares about as a kid is real, and all beings are given a personality.
Through Aline you get a relationship to the “monster” that you normally would have wanted dead in other stories. You sympathize with the senile werewolf and you feel sorry for the mermaid that crossed path with a yacht (that is if you can stop laughing).

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