Twilight: The Graphic Novel, Volumes 1, 2 by Stephenie Meyer, art by Young Kim


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These books are the graphic novel adaption of the popular book Twilight. It’s like reading a quick summary of the books while looking at cool drawings. Great for a quick reread of the novel in a short amount of time, while getting the feelings and emotions of the original book.

Book Crush by Nancy Pearl

This book is cool because it is just lists of recommended reading. It’s divided by age and genre, so you can find books that are just what you want. It’s for teens and kids, and there is another book that is for adults.

The Last Sacrifice by Richelle Mead

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      The plot is interesting, but the characters seem to fall a little flat. The story line goes slower, but seems to focus on the thought process of the main character, which can be annoying if you want the story to move along. The love interest is obvious and the love triangle is boring, but as you read the book, you start to care more about the main character. I don’t know if this is entirely fair seeing as I only read the first book in the series. I would recommend this series to people who are big fans of Twilight or The Hunger Games. It’s a much better alternative to the Wicked Lovely series.

Cirque du Freak- Tunnels of Blood by Darren Shan

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This is the third book in the Cirque du Freak series following the adventures of Darren Shan, the boy Vampire Assistant. In this installment, Mr. Crepsley – the vampire to whom Darren is assistant – heads off to the city for reasons not explained to Darren. In order to make the trip more enjoyable, Darren brings his snake-boy friend Evra and meets a a girl named Debbie. However, things get more intense when the town is afflicted with several mysterious murders that seem to be the work of Mr. Crepsley.
This book takes a fresh and unique take on the vampire myth and its refreshing humor makes it a seamless read. Pretty well PG rated and very entertaining. Highly recommended.

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