Monday, July 18, 2011

Infinite Days by Rebecca Maizel Review

Infinite Days
Rebecca Maizel
Pages: 336
YA St.Martin's Griffin
Published August 3, 2010

This theme of this book is vampires, and it is great. The story develops pretty much right away and then slows down to give the details of each event. I enjoy books where the narrator alternates between characters but I really enjoyed the perspective of this book coming straight from Lenah, the main character. There is so much detail and emotion in her thoughts and actions, makes it hard to put the book down.

The setting is somewhat traditional, taking place in two different environments- the first is in a Private school modern day known as 'Wickham' where Lenah finds herself after nearly 500 years of being a Vampire in Hathersage, England.
(I am leaving out much detail, because I do not want to spoil any part of this story)

The plot pulls you in right away in the first chapter and keeps you hooked with different climax points, interesting characters, & love triangles.

The plot really leaves a great opening for the second book 'Stolen Nights' and even gives you a preview of the first chapter at the end. I really enjoyed how the story line was not so predictable it was truely a refreshing read and I am anxioulsy waiting to read the next book.

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