Wow, I am glad that i did not judge this book by it's cover. (so cliche, i know!) The title made it feels as though it would make fun of the current vampire craze, but actually this story has depth. The characters are amazing, three dimensional and relate-able. I can see why some people compare it to the twilight series, but i actually don't agree. The characters are completely different and the plot doesn't compare at all. (Well besides vampires going to public high school.)Jessica is a great character and she is reluctant to actually accept the supernatural in front of her. In most of these PNR /YA novels i am always a little skeptical when the "human" easily accepts that vampires, werewolves or whatever exist. Jessica took it a bit far, but i found it more realistic. I definitely recommend this book to fans of the genre.
Another home run for John Green. Looking for Alaska, Abundance of Katherine's, and Paper Towns were amazing. I recommend this book for anyone who enjoyed his other work.
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