Fast-paced and well written, ReVamped takes a new twist in Vampire story.
ReVamped set in time when humans have accepted vampires in their daily life and vampires have became some kind of idol. Imagine One Direction with fangs or Hugh Grant who bites. There are even shows like Next Vamp Idol or a charitable organization named Vamps Without Borders.
Dawn is the daughter of current vampire president. She is smart, beautiful, and determined. She wants to prove her father that she is capable of being his second-in-command. When her father told her that she will be sent to a small, peaceful town where she’s going to train vampires into guardians of the town, Dawn was beyond excited. This is small mission, but maybe this small mission can lead her to bigger, deadly assignment.
Be careful what you wish for cause you just might get it.
Little did Dawn knows that her desire would come true… in the form of human girl abduction, new drugs that involve vampire blood, and mysterious guy that saves her when she least expect it.
ReVamped is a brilliant story and I love its originality. Vampires are all out and it’s simply awesome that they have become some kind of Hollywood stars. There are werewolves in this book and they are not hot-blooded creatures with desire for conflict anymore. Werewolves live their peaceful, hippie life away from human’s observation. It’s certainly a refreshing idea after reading so many bloodsheds between vampire and werewolf.
The characters in ReVamped are a little too stereotype for my taste, or maybe it’s just me who read too much YA books. I can predict their action easily so I didn’t have pleasure of getting flabbergasted by the characters. However, the mystery is good and I think that is what I like most about this book aside from the originality. It puzzles me enough to flip the pages and continue reading.
ReVamped is a great, fun read. If you like vampire stories with twists and humor thrown in the package, then this is the book for you! I can’t wait to read ReAwakened, hopefully we get more romance and action in the book!
Not wanting to panic the recruits, I casually made my way to one of the dining room windows. Wiping away layers of dust that clouded the glass pane, I pressed my forehead against its cool surface, scanning the horizon for the origin of the activity. It was hard to make out through the thick sheets of rain, but right at the edge of the forest, concealed by the shadowy trees, stood a tall, dark silhouette. From its frame alone, I could not tell if it belonged to a human, a vampire, or some other being altogether. I was only sure of one thing—it was watching us. I rushed outside to investigate, but by the time I had reached its hiding spot, the stranger had vanished into the darkness.
I rate this book:
Four cups of tea. Amazing! Love the book, it’s simply awesome. I love the tea flavor! A strong recommendation.
A little note about ReVamped!
Tomorrow there will be author interview and GIVEAWAY of Revamped on my blog! I'm going to post some interesting facts about Ada (did you know that she's a model and an actress aside from being an incredibly talented author??). Win a copy of Revamped and some beautiful bookmarks! :)