Book Review | “Life and Death: Twilight Reimagined” by Stephenie Meyer

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Title: Life and Death: Twilight Reimagined
Series: Twilight, #1.75
Author: Stephenie Meyer
Published: Little, Brown & Co., 2015
Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal
Rating: ★ 

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Goodreads Synopsis

Celebrate the tenth anniversary of Twilight!

Life and death is a stunning new reformulation of the whole story -Twilight- by the author, along with a detailed preface and epilogue.

Readers will enjoy iconic love story of Bella and Edward with a renewed perspective.

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The Sunday Review | “The Legend of the Blue Eyes” (Blue Eyes Trilogy, #1) by B. Kristen McMichael

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Title: The Legend of the Blue Eyes
Series: Blue Eyes Trilogy, #1
Author: B. Kristen McMichael
Published: Lexia Press, March 2013
Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal
Rating: ★ 

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Goodreads Synopsis

Arianna Grace liked her boring, Midwestern, teenage life where she ignored the many unanswered questions of her childhood. Why were her parents dead? Why did she not have family? Where was she raised until she was five? When someone offers to explain it all, Arianna thinks she’s just getting answers. Instead, she is thrown into a world of night humans who drink blood.

On Arianna’s sixteenth birthday, her world is thrown upside down when she changes into a vampire. Night humans, or demons, as some call them, live in normal society. Learning all of the new rules of a world she didn’t know existed might be hard enough, but it’s further complicated by two former-friends that now want to help her take her role as the successor to her grandfather.

There is a war going on between the night humans. Sides have been taken and lines are not crossed. Four main clans of night humans are struggling for control of the night. Divided into two sides, clans Baku and Tengu have been at war for centuries with the clans Dearg-dul and Lycan. That is, until Arianna Grace finds out the truth; she’s the bridge of peace between the two sides. But not everyone wants peace. With the night humans divided, Arianna is now a pawn in the war between them. She must choose a side—her mother’s family or her father’s—and for once in her life, decide her own fate.

You know, if you took the boredom out of the equation, this book would be the literary equivalent of thrush.

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