Friday, January 13, 2012

Book Review: Vampire Academy (Vampire Academy, Book 1), By Richelle Mead

Vampire Academy (Vampire Academy, book 1)
By: Richelle Mead
ISBN: 1595143580
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For the past two years Rose had done everything in her power to keep Lissa – a vampire princess and Rose's best friend - safely hidden, but without proper training their discovery had been inevitable. Now, forcibly returned to school, Rose must find a way to protect Lissa despite of the dangers posed by the vampire academy and its students.

Vampire Academy is an easy young adult read with an evolving plot that keeps you guessing to the very end. Readers should be aware that extensive profanity, including the F word, appears throughout the story as well as
  • willing submission to vampire "feedings"
  • addiction to vampire venom
  • references to being high/drug use
  • teenage drinking
  • slutty behavior
  • full nudity
  • making out
  • lust
  • references to teenage sex
  • self mutilation as a release
  • killing
  • injuries
  • mangled animal bodies
Parents should be aware that this is a young adult book and contains material inappropriate for some younger readers.

Vampire Academy Series:

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