Series: Vampire Academy

Ten Books Set Outside of the United States
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July 19, 2016

Ten Books Set Outside of the United States

I really had to think about this one. Considering how much fantasy I read, this should’ve been pretty easy since a lot of those books aren’t even set on this earth (that counts, right?) but I tried to pick titles that are alternate worlds to our own set around the world. Some of these are a stretch, with only part […]

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Review – Blood Promise by Richelle Mead
In Book Review
July 20, 2011

Review – Blood Promise by Richelle Mead

The only reason I was able to stand the ending of Shadow Kiss was because I had Blood Promise to pick up right after. Rose is off on her own this time around and the world of Vampire Academy is about to get a whole lot bigger. Her drive to seek Dimitri out is relentless as she hunts the creatures that go bump […]

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Review – Shadow Kiss by Richelle Mead
In Book Review
May 5, 2011

Review – Shadow Kiss by Richelle Mead

If a book was every going to break my heart, it’s this one. I don’t cry when I read, nor when I watch movies, but I was tearing up at the end of Shadow Kiss. This book is everything I ever wanted and then suddenly it tore my heart into itty bitty pieces. I think if I hadn’t known there would be […]

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Review – Frostbite by Richelle Mead
In Book Review
March 4, 2011

Review – Frostbite by Richelle Mead

Rose and Lissa are back and this time they’re going on vacation, though not under the best of circumstances. The Strigoi are on the hunt for royals sending the students of St. Vladimir’s to spend their Christmas vacationing at a ritzy ski resort. There’s a lot going on in Frostbite but not so much at the forefront as in the background. […]

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Review – Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead
In Book Review
January 9, 2011

Review – Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead

What can I say about this book that isn’t praise? It’s hard because I fell in love from the opening line through to the end, devouring one page after the next. This has been my first meeting with Mead’s writing and I have to say that I. Am. A. Fan. A paranormal story that isn’t over the top combined with […]

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