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Midnight Alley by Rachel Caine
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Jun 10, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: loved-it, i-own, ya-books
Read in March, 2009 — I own a copy

With Claire now under Amelie's protection/orders, the residents at the Glass house can only assume things will only get worse; that is when they finally find out about Claire's deal.

Now, Claire's studies are becoming more advanced and much more important and although she knows she shouldn't, she excited about finally having something to challenge her. When she is forced/introduced to Myrnin, the crazy and smart vampire, Claire begins learning dark and potentially dangerous secrets about the vampires. Like the fact that the vampires are slowly losing their minds and are going to die. Claire realizes that by helping Myrnin, she's helping all the evil vampires too.

Then there's Shane. He isn't taking to the new vampire Michael very well, but he's not the only one. Newspaper writer, Captain Obvious, isn't too happy about the newest vampire and causes problems too. Shane and Michael are constantly fighting and he even comes close to leaving. To add to all that dead bodies have been found and the vamps are trying to blame Shane.

While at Monica's party, Michael is found in a compromising position and Shane makes them walk home without Michael. Of course in Morganville that's not a very smart idea and they are of course attacked by Eve's brother, Jason.

Meanwhile, Claire gets in too deep when she gives Monica the lab crystals her and Myrnin have been working on and when Amelie's anger shows when she isn't advancing fast enough in her studies.

Of course like the other two, the book ends on a cliffhanger when her parents arrive at their door saying their moving to Morganville and a vampire called Bishop claims to be Amelie's father.
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