Book Review: Thirst No.1

“As to blood, the whole subject fascinates me. I do like that as well, the warm and dripping, When I am thirsty. And I am often thirsty….”

This book takes an awesome spin on the whole “vampire thing”. Alisa Perne, the main character, is a vampire(of course). Alisa is five thousand years old and counting. She lives her life on the edge doing the impossible to keep her secret, but when she meets Ray, a high school student, she falls in love and must do everything she can to protect him. When her creator returns to hunt her, things take a turn for the worst.

    I personally like vampire books and the culture behind them. I have seen vampire books with Cherokee culture, and African culture, but never Indian culture like this one. It really makes the book pop when you add things like different “gods” and lifestyles to the vampire theme. This makes the character more likable and interesting; It could even make the character battle with her emotions creating a man vs man conflict.This series is really heart gripping and suspenseful, I highly recommend it if you’re into vampires. These books are all available in the school library. See what happens to Alisa in Thirst NO. 1 and don’t forget to follow the story in Thirst NO. 2, 3, 4, and 5.  It will change the way you see modern vamps.

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