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Glass Houses by Rachel Caine
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Dec 23, 09

bookshelves: amy-w, fantasy, ya
Read in January, 2009

Well, It’s got vampire bad guys…. But they really are just people with fangs. The Main character whom you are supposed to sympathize with is a super book smart 16 year old who has little to no common sense. And you just want to smack her. Then again I want to smack a lot of characters I’ve read about so that’s nothing new. The other supporting characters were the room mates and they were okay. They weren’t real people but they were stereotypes either. Not really anything to write home about. The other charters were more like caricatures of stereotypes. The good part was the description of bullying. Caine got that one well. And the book is short. So you don’t waste a lot of time reading it. But unless you are a hard core vampire fan skip this one.

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