This fangtastic new book features Dracula's daughter Lala as the RADs and normies finally come together at Merston High. The only problem is, Drac stops by and decides he thinks that the RADs should have a school of their own, separate from the normies. Lala isn't about to sacrifice the rights she worked so hard for, but can she convince her dad to give the kids a chance? Or will she die (again) trying?
©2012 Lisi Harrison (P)2012 Hachette
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Its skips around aloooott. Its soo frustrating. The last three books were very consecutive. This one is just split up way to much and hops all over the place. Sometimes you go "did i miss something?"
Stop jumping around like a bunny on crack. Keep your order. This is very important for an enjoyable book.
None I don't really like her performance. She did ok with billy I guess.
It should have! I really think this series was ended way to fast. This last book just seemed way to rushed like she was really trying to stop writing it. It makes me sad. But as a writer I kind of understand. Its hard to keep a series going :[ but why rush to the point of crazyness?
It was really hard to finish! XP
OH and for all of you concerned about the "sexting" bit they only mention the word "sexting" once. There is no sexting in this book and the word is not even explained.
my daughter just couldn't get into this book. The whole grunge thing really threw her off. It was pretty boring and anti-climatic.
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