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Daniella Bordin Bordin itibaren Plodršnica, Slovenya

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Brilliant and eerie Gothic story of an aristocrat bloodthirsty vampire. Written in multiple genres (letters, news articles), the reader is captivated just as seductively as Dracula's prey.

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There are books that make you lose sight of reality and this isn't one of them. Instead, it makes you yearn for something that was lost but can be found again, yearn for a reality that you thought only your imagination could perceive. Yes, I was expecting to read about a girl who goes backpacking, meet new people and gain life experience along the way. It was all of that yet slightly more because it wasn't a step by step process wherein: 1. Girl goes to Central America to escape her problems 2. Girl meets Backpacker Girl and Backpacker Boy 3. Along the way, Girl finds the meaning of life 4. Girl and Backpacker Boy falls in love and live happily ever after. No, it wasn't as black and white as that. It was simple yet complex that it felt real. You can feel that it is something that can happen to you. Right after reading this book, that you could just up and go backpacking in Central America. Truthfully, I don't think I could be as impulsive and brave as Bria. I do love to travel, and I have many places I would like to go in the course of my life, yet I've realized that backpacking isn't the same as traveling as a tourist. I love the way the author described it. I won't post it here, but it's under the quotes section of this book anyways. As for the characters, Bria, Rowan and Starling, they come across as real people with their own real problems. No one in this book was overly dramatic about it. I grew to care for them as they grew to discover themselves throughout the story. Lastly the romance. I love how Bria and Rowan became travel brother and sister, to travel buddies and then to travel incest... Ha! Kidding aside, I love how it slowly developed between the two of them. And of course, I wouldn't have minded for there to be more love scenes. If I could read more about their story after that ending I would. It was the kind of ending that left me wanting more. P.S. A lot of quotable quotes in this one. Those are the kind of contemporary novels I love.