Monday, November 9, 2009

Book Review: Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Darkside

Around the House
Hey All, Mrs. Vladimir is going to be out for the week getting the house ready for Thanksgiving.  She had tea with me yesterday to tell me about what Mr. Vladimir did to the house.  Appearently, while getting ready for Halloween he sprayed gray silly string on the walls trying to make webs for his large scale plastic spiders.  Unfortunately, Mr. Special Needs ruined the paint job in the hallway with the 20 foot foyer.  Let's just say she is very crabby while overseeing the repaint.  From, what she is saying Mr. Vladimir is not allowed out of his basement office.  So, I will be your guest blogger for the week while she has the house on lock down.

D.J. Cappella

My Thoughts
A Review of Jessica's Guide to Dating on the Darkside by Beth Fantaskey
A dark twisted tale of finding love on the darkside that will delight the most hardened fantasy reader and engage the most giddy teen.  This story brings together vampires, love, and family in a way that allows for a believeable young adult fantasy story a step above The Twilight Saga and in line the Sookie Stackhouse Series.  In the blink of an eye Jessica finds she has an arranged marriage to vampire, is adopted from Romania (and you see why Mrs. Vladimir loved this book), and upon her first bite will become the Vampire Princess.  With nothing but the Guide Book from to lead her into the new life she doesn't want; Jessica must find out who she really is.  I would highly recommend enjoying Jessica's battle to be an All-American Girl in a Vampire World.

Rating is an 8 out of 10
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