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Before she met Nicholas, all Emily cared about was shopping, and she believed her teachers when they told her the vampires had made the world a better place. After falling in love at first sight, Emily's mind was opened to the harsh realities brought about by the worldwide alliances between vampires and humanity at every level of society. Nicholas was leading the charge in ...more
Published May 12th 2012 by Modern Evil Press (first published May 11th 2012)
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Apr 17, 2019 rated it did not like it
Terrible. The author could not have described his own book better: a cliche-filled mess of a book. Seriously - don’t bother.
Scott Roche
May 13, 2012 rated it really liked it
Emily is the book I read first and is, in part, a love story, a very dysfunctional one to be sure. The titular character is a fifteen year old human who becomes enamored of Nicholas, a revolutionary who preaches against the evils of their vampiric “overlords”. Vampires, you see, came out of hiding thanks to the terrorist attacks on 9/11. Once humanity saw the benefits that these creatures had to offer, they began to work together. Eventually, according to Nicholas, the blood suckers insinuated t ...more
Apr 10, 2012 rated it liked it
Shelves: indie
(Disclosure: I received this book as a pre-release review copy.)

Emily is designed to be read along with Teel's other book, Sophia. When I received them both, I started with Emily, got bogged down, switched to Sophia and finished it, then came back to Emily.

I never did get to like Emily (the book or the character) as much as Sophia (ditto). Sophia acts out of a mature, or at least maturing, sense of something beyond herself and struggles with deep issues, including independence. Emily came acros
Jun 11, 2012 rated it liked it
This book is designed to be read along with "Sophia". I think Sophia should be read first, but they could stand alone. I think that would defeat the author's purpose though.

In this book Emily gets caught up with the fanatic Nicholas, who leads a group committed to many things, mainly giving humans and vampires their rights back. Vampires don't have to hunt anymore. They are well fed and receive money to live on, as long as they donate their blood for human healing etc. They can make even more m
Darren Raynor
Jul 27, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Don't know where to begin with this book, along with its companion work "Sophie, never let the right one go" it is an amazing work of fiction. Extremly thought provoking and deep. The characters are well thought out and explored and there is a look at the issues thrown up by Vampire and Human interaction on levels I have never considered or read about before.

The books are fantasticly enjoyable and work really well, love the writing style and the whole format and presentation.

Can't recomend this
C.t. Smith
Jun 27, 2015 rated it liked it
Enjoyable read. My favorite part was I enjoyed the relationship between Oscar and Eli.
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