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Fang Girl by Helen Keeble
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Aug 04, 12

bookshelves: young-adults, fantasy-scifi
Read from June 05 to 15, 2012

Personally I think Keeble is amazing when portraying teenage girl's life and she handles fandom so very well. The book is funny in a satirical way and slaps all vampire lovers in the face - in the best way of course! Keeble is fantastic on giving us insights to vampire related things we hardly ever think of, though she does have some inconsistencies from time to time (how can vampires blush if they do not have blood circulation etc.). Her vampires have a wonderfully odd tendency too (read the book and find out)!

The plot in itself works really well and I changed the villain's identity in my head multiple times. So, we have a really well written mystery here, which is refreshing and enlightens us with new genre related aspects. Sadly so, the depicting of minor characters is somewhat lacking and thus I give the book four stars. Still, it is totally worth the read and you cannot help but to like the main character.
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