woensdag 30 mei 2012

Bloody Little Secrets - Karly Kirkpatrick

Bloody Little Secrets Book: Bloody Little Secrets
Release date: 2011

17-year-old Vicky Hernandez has a big problem. She's dead. Or not quite. After discovering she's been turned into a vampire, she tries to settle into a quiet suburb of Chicago and return to a normal life.
If only she could stop wanting to bite her boyfriend. Not to mention she is dying to find out who turned her, and why. She doesn't have to wait long before they come to her
I didn't like the cover, but the summary looked promising. Bloody little secrets draws you in easily from the beginning. The writing style is very easy, read the whole thing in a few hours. Main character Vicky wakes up in a coffin and can’t figure out how she ends up there. In the beginning you have no clue where the story is going, but I found myself wondering who turned her and why she didn’t know everything. I mean it was obvious from the beginning that she was a vampire. What you didn’t know, what was her story? Little by little you’ve come to know more about her and who’s behind her turning. I liked the relationship between Vicky and Drake, they were very cute together. I found it funny that every person’s blood smells different, you have to read it yourself to fully understand that. Some of the things that happened seemed kind of strange. Like how accepting the other characters were over the whole vampire thing, it seemed just kind of weird because I would totally have reacted differently. They were too accepting for something they didn't know much about and that made it very unrealistic. Though I did like there was a whole friend group going on in the book. It was an easy and likeable book, but not really something special. 

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