Blood and Beasts

Blood and Beasts Turning sixteen Seph learns that true friends can handle accidental dragons blood chugging contests and virgin sacrificing cults Seph thought she was the average teenager She was raised in a foster

  • Title: Blood and Beasts
  • Author: L.M.Miller
  • ISBN: 9781507794852
  • Page: 191
  • Format: Paperback
  • Turning sixteen, Seph learns that true friends can handle accidental dragons, blood chugging contests, and virgin sacrificing cults Seph thought she was the average teenager She was raised in a foster home She had a half brother and half sister She had a few best friends Then she turns sixteen, and she makes out with her best friend, bites him, and nearly kills him BTurning sixteen, Seph learns that true friends can handle accidental dragons, blood chugging contests, and virgin sacrificing cults Seph thought she was the average teenager She was raised in a foster home She had a half brother and half sister She had a few best friends Then she turns sixteen, and she makes out with her best friend, bites him, and nearly kills him Becoming a vampire isn t easy Now, filled with an insatiable urge for blood, she finds herself shipped to Monster Academy, which is filled with the rest of the freaks of nature, like her Befriending a couple of witches, a wizard, and a few werewolves, this vampire with an identity crisis finds out that she s not the only one with problems As much as she may think she is a monster, she learns that what you are on the inside is what makes you a monster or not She finds herself immersed in a world of fairy colonies, backstabbing brethren, and teenage romance, but in this whole new world of hers, a blood crazed monster like herself might be just what it needs.

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    1. I received a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review.Blood and Beasts is a story that centres around the main character, Persephone Black (brilliant name!).She awakens on her sixteenth birthday - hungry and sensitive to light. After drinking her foster brothers blood she realises she's a vampire, or at least she thinks she is. After being caught near her brothers body she runs from her home after being shot by her foster father?? She heads into the woods and finds her best friend has [...]

    2. **4.5 Stars**I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. The book starts and gets right to the point and I loved that, there is a lot of action and discovery in the first few chapters and it really drew me in, and the quick and easy pace kept me going, usually much longer than I should have, proving how fun it really is.I very much enjoyed the large and loveable cast of characters but on the other hand it did take me a while to get some of them straight and t [...]

    3. I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review.Blood and Beasts starts out with the 16th birthday of the main character Persephone Black (affectionately known as Seph by all). The 16th birthday seems to have a common theme of change among YA authors and this was no different. We find out that Seph has suddenly developed a sensitivity to light and a desire for blood. Basically she finds out she is a vampire (cause yes they exist along with other mythical creatures) [...]

    4. Going into this book I had some expectations of what it would be like with other books with same topic out there, but this was different and a bit confusing at first once I got to know all the characters. It read well, was an easy read but I had to go back to read some parts again so I was sure it was about a monster school for the supernatural. It did say it was and read like it but the characeters were a bit here and there, it is what threw me off. I did enjoy the book very much and I look for [...]

    5. I was given a copy of this book through the We <3 YA Books group on in exchange for an honest review.The story is that of a young girl finding out she's a vampire and being sent to a school for the supernatural. I really like the concept, as it's reminiscent of House of Night, one of my favorite series. Steph has to struggle to fit in, find herself, and control her unusually strong powers. Set in a world of witches and wizards, werewolves, vampires, and even fairies, Seph has to fins a way t [...]

    6. Blood and beasts review.Well written book. Kept me interested the whole way through. Can't wait for the next installment in the series. Great job.

    7. What attracted me to this book was the premise f a new vampire attending a monster academy with other different types of "monsters". However, I was too distracted by the writing style to actually enjoy anything.I could not get past the narrator. It's told in 3rd person POV, but I kept getting the feeling that maybe it was the subconscious of the characters speaking in third person to themselves. 1. Near the beginning, the narrator seems to be acting as the main character's thoughts (though still [...]

    8. Blood and Beasts was a fun ride. The story centers around a group of sixteen-year-olds with all of the normal problems and insecurities of sixteen-year-olds. There are family issues, identity issues, body-image issues, boy-girl attraction issues, school rivalries and jealousies. In this case, however, everything is complicated by the fact that these students are paranormal. Their school is nicknamed Monster Academy, and the kids have to wrestle with whether or not they have actually become “mo [...]

    9. I received this book free in return for my honest opinion and review. Thank you for the opportunity!, OMG!! I loved this book! It was a very fast paced book and I finished it in one day. At first it was reminiscent of P. C. Cast's House of Night series, which I love, but quickly became it's own entity. I felt all of the characters were well thought out and jumped out as if i were right there with them. They flowed well together and they all became main characters in their own right. I am excited [...]

    10. Fun and fantastic storyI thought this was a great story and really enjoyed the characters. Seph was the best heroine and Alistair a good villain.

    11. OkayStarted out good. Got lost along the way. To much teenage feelings, not enough substance. Think you need to start over. You have a good platform just need to refine.

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