Vampire Academy

3.6
St. Vladimir ’ s Academy isn ’ t just any boarding school—it ’ s a hidden place where vampires are educated in the ays of magic and half-human teens train to protect them. Rose Hathaway is a Dhampir, a bodyguard for her best friend Lissa, a Moroi Vampire Princess. They ’ ve been on the run, but now they ’ re being dragged back to St. Vladimir ’ s—the very place where they ’ re most in danger....
Rose and Lissa become enmeshed in forbidden romance, the Academy ’ s ruthless social scene, and unspeakable nighttime rituals. But they must be careful lest the Strigoi—the world ’ s fiercest and most dangerous vampires—make Lissa one of them forever.
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Published November 29th 2016 by Razorbill (first published August 16th 2007
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Vampire Academy
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____________________________________________You can find the full review and more about this nove on my websit! Okay so after billions of people recommending this to me, I decided to read it, to give it a try.To be honest I did n't except good things from this memoi, and I am sorry I got some.

A vampire schoolVampires making out with each otherA forbidden loveAn evil Vampire trying to destroy the good vampiresVampire abilities ( since this is a novel about vampires)

A vampire schoolVampires making out with each otherA forbidden loveAn evil Vampire trying to destroy the good vampiresVampire abilities ( since this is a ook about vampires) Okay, so you may think " Why are you rating this 3 star if you did n't like it? " .It 's not that I did n't like it, it was clever and entertaining and a really fast read.But..it was predictable, and I am really sick of the same plot drama *I just want a good book*.____________________________________________

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*cough* Twilight *cough* It ’ s an old subject, so I won ’ t dwel on it, but let ’ s just say that there ’ s nothing terrifying about having your vampire body sparkle like you ’ re covered with diamonds.

Give this series a try if you ’ re looking for a good boarding school story with a kickass heroine—whose love interest is not the top guy at school—and vampires that can control magic.

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I loved Rose and Dimitri!!

I loved Lissa and Christian!!

But I also loved Rose and Lissa!

They are protecting Moroi from Strigoi.So, Rose ( Dhampir) and Lissa ( Moroi) are best friends who run away two years ago.

I had this questions from the start!!! -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Okay I do n't know where to start!! 1) The bond between Rose and LissaAs I said Moroi can control four elements.

Dimitri is so toug to read ost of the time I did n't know how he felt for Rose!

Christian soon fell in love with Lissa.

Rose, who did n't like Christian, told him that Lissa only felt sorry for him and so he began ignoring Lissa.

I also loved when he set Ralf on fire because he was mean to Lissa and Rose.4) MiaI hated her in the third novel.

Because I have read all the books I can not hate her anymore but she did a lot wrong things and the most of all was to sleep with Jesse and Ralf ( two Moroi-idiots to get them to spread rumours about Rose.

He wanted to test her power first, so he had his daughter ( Natalie, I DID NOT SEE THAT COMING) lay dead animals so Lissa could bring them back to life.Eventually, he kidnapped her and forced her to heal him but Rose, Dimitri, Christian and other guardians save the day!

Christian, my baby almost died but Lissa healed him! 6) NatalieI do n't hate her!!

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Future commenters: if you disagree with the review, that is perfectly fine and normal.

But please keep the ad hominems and accusations ( and not just directed at me, but also other commenters) at home.Everyone 's free to say what they wish on a public forum.

I 've never deleted/moderated comments before, as that goes against my beliefs on free and public discourse, but any future offensive or judgemental/critical-of-people-instead-of-the-book comments will be ignored and deleted.This is a review of a ook, not a fact sheet.

Edit, because I am fucking sick of people coming up to the comments section, especially without reading through the previous pages of comments, and stomp in, guns blazing with accusations of racism and slutshaming.1) Racism/ wtf does Race have to do with anything!?

/ Stop putting irrelevant topics in your eview, bitch!>> please refer to: comment 69comment 742) Slutshaming/ How dare you call her the S word!

/ Girls like you are setting back feminism by a few ecades!

/ Other holier-than-thou commentsFirst of all -- if you 're going to start accusing me of slut-shaming simply because of my usag of the ord " slut ", GTFO.

I 'm going to steal a commenter 's words here: slut-shaming is not about the word, it 's about a mind set.

fugly.The heroine of this book reminds me a lot of those girls.

Well, except she 's not one of the fugly ones.This one sentence wraps it up for me: " I was a pretty dhampir, one who did n't mind getting into trouble and pulling crazy stunts.

I became a novelty; they liked having me around for the fun of it. " Just like those girls know these foreigners only keep them around for the " scary " of it, and would just as easily toss them aside like a used condom.Rose Hathaway is the thin of irl who 'd hook up with a guy just because he 's hot.

I had to roll my eyes every time she described her sexiness ... " I knew I was beautiful, but to Moroi boys, my body was more than just pretty: it was sexy in a risqué way. " " I knew perfectly well that there were n't a lot of girls at this school who looked as good in a bra as I did. " The second one or two times were perhaps forgivable.

But in fact, Rose seems to be only obsessed with looks ( which is odd, considering her " occupation " as a guardian); you 'd think considering what she 's been through, she 'd be a little less shallow than that. " Me. Turning into Alberta.

Never mind how much he obviously cares about her in return.All in all, I just could n't sympathize for Rose.

It seemed the only reason Dimitri and Rose had this vibe going on was because of their mutual hotness ( a word frequently thrown out there in the ook).

Maybe I would 've liked this better if I were ...

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