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Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause
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Sep 10, 2007

really liked it
bookshelves: fantasy, books-to-movies
Recommended for: high school teens who've seen the movie
Read in September, 2007

I read this book years ago and decided to read it again after seeing the movie. Like alot books-to-movie, this one was completely different from the movie.

Vivian leads a somewhat normal teen girls life. She feels ackward and lonely and her beauty intimidates her high school peers. She carries a secret with her wherever she goes. Unlike secrets other girls may have...lying about having a boyfriend last summer, cheating on a final exam, or claiming to be a virgin; Vivian's secret is life-changing.

She's a part of a pack of loup-garoux; creatures who are not entirely human. They look human all right, but come anger, full moon, or simply for the pleasure of it, her pack can instantly transform into werewolves.

Falling in love with a "meat-boy", a non-werewolf, has the whole pack ridiculing Vivian for her romance. She refuses to hear anything against her divine Aiden, who loves her as deeply as she. Then again, he doesn't know that she can flesh out into fur, crush bones like eating french fries, and grow a tail.

When several humans are discovered dead, brutally murdered by obviously one of her own, Vivian worries that her life is too complicated to live in. She has been losing her memory at times when the murders occur and when she finally reveals her true self to Aiden, his response was nothing like she expected.

Recommended for ages 14 and up. ~Lisa S.
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