The third book in the series of New York Times best-selling adaptations of Richelle Mead’s Vampire Academy.
It's springtime at St. Vladimir's Academy, and Rose is close to graduation, but since making her first Strigoi kills, things haven't felt quite right. She's having dark thoughts, behaving erratically, and worst of all ...might be seeing ghosts. Consumed by her forbidden love with her tutor Dimitri and protecting her best friend, the Moroi princess Lissa, Rose is in no state to see the deadly threat that will change her entire world - and make her choose between the two people she loves most.
Emotional roller coaster
Literally amazing and I cried so much but it’s really good
I’ll give this book a solid three stars. It was an interesting topic, however, at times it was hard to really relate to the characters because half the time they were acting childish... I know Rose has slowly developed throughout this series, however, I still find her character arrogant and single minded. I feel like the book also ended on a very sour note. I know it’s to keep the story going for future books, but I’m not looking forward to a crazy Dimitri. After reading books by other authors with the same supernatural vibe (such as TMI) it’s hard not to compare how much better Cassandra Clare’s books are surrounding the topic... the book was entertaining but in my opinion not worth the read.