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Sarah's Fate

(Maldito #3)

4.29  ·  Rating details ·  14 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Could my life be any crazier? Wait, don’t answer that. I’m sure it could. When you grow up with vampire hunter parents, crazy kind of comes with the territory. Thank goodness I moved completely across the country to New York for college. My roommate and best friend, Maria, was able to get me a job at this posh restaurant where all the wait staff perform on stage, I’m

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Sep 25, 2010 rated it it was amazing
Prelim Review: Of the three Maldito books, I think this one is my favorite. Sarah is just the right mix of her parents and Andres turned the brooding angsty vampire craze over with his humor and ability to dig himself out of the hole and not rely on another to do it for him.


I originally was introduced to Christy's writing while working with another review blog site. I fell in love with her book Emmy's Song, that's the honest truth. It wasn't perfect, it wasn't the most mind-blowing book ever,
Shelleyrae at Book'd Out
Christy Trujillo requested a review of Sarah's fate ,the third book in her Maldito series. I much prefer to read series in order, so I read the first two books, Emmy's Song and Emmy's Heart in preparation. Sarah's Fate could work as a stand alone but I appreciated the background and links gleaned in the previous installments.
Sarah is the daughter of Emmelia and Cale whose story is the focus of the first two books. In Emmy's Song, seventeen year old Emmelia Ortega discovers that vampires are simp
Andrea at Reading Lark
Review Posted on Reading Lark 10/10/11:

This is the final book in the Maldito trilogy and while I was sad to let these characters go, I also think Trujillo did a nice job of tying things up for readers in this final installment. In the previous books, the plot has revolved around Emmy and Cale. While they are important to this book as well, they cease to be the focus of the action. Its a new generations turn to dominate storylines - enter Sarah and Dre. Sa
Nov 29, 2010 rated it it was amazing
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Jennifer Monzon
Dec 02, 2010 rated it it was amazing
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I am in love with this series and wished it never ended. I especially loved this story because of Sarah's character. She is charismatic, funny, strong, intelligent, talented and her no bull personality made for an amazing story. The author integrated all the characters from the previous books and made a more challenging story line with an unexpected end. Although i feel that she rushed the end a little and was a little disappointed that the attack with Casey was just too fast and too easy it was ...more
Dec 09, 2010 rated it it was amazing

I read this book in around 4 hours- I couldn't stop reading it!!!

This is definitely the best book in the series and I hope Christy continues to write such wonderful books!

Once again everything about this book was perfect & they deserved to the read.

Sep 12, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Christy Wulff (formerly Trujillo) was born in a small town in Northeast Florida near the Saint Marys River. As an only child, her love for reading was born from necessity and blossomed into a love for the written word.

Wulff has published six novels including the multi-cultural Maldito Series and an adult romance under the pen name, Lee Ralaine. She currently resides in Jacksonville, FL with her so

Other books in the series

Maldito (3 books)
  • Emmy's Song (Maldito, #1)
  • Emmy's Heart (Maldito, #2)

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