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In the Forests of the Night by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
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May 02, 2015

it was ok
bookshelves: fantasy, young-adult
Read in January, 2010

Easily readable on bus ride to and from the city, this book is quite a pleasant retreat after seeing all the romantic vampire novels which have a tendency to romanticize the vampires a tad (or a lot) too much, eventually turning them into shining, immortal knights. This one deals with the not-always-so-noble inner world of one of the "good" vampires. As a mostly inner monologue it's written in quite a simple language, that can be read through without distractions and quickly. However this can be seen as a downside as well, as because of the length of the book, it's over before you know it, leaving the reader with quite a few unanswered questions about the universe of the story and characters as well, probably to urge them to buy the next books in the series.

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