It is hard for me to determine if this book was good or bad. It was all about surprises and I don’t know if that was really such a good idea. Also it seamed there were too many problems.
Vlad’s problems overwhelm in this last book, his father is alive, the love of his life is out of his reach, and the fact that he will become the Pravus is frightening to him and his uncle Otis.
It was sometimes irritating when the author repeated the same dialog or the same detail over and over again. I could list a few but that’s not what I’m talking about right now. What I want to know is why there is a lack of detail in some parts, while it leaves me clueless in others. It’s difficult to explain but if you’re a fellow reader, you know what I mean.
This book was overall good with what happens but sad when you hear about the familiar characters that end up dead in the end. There are a few things that amazed me and things I FINALLY figured out even when it was in a previous book in this series.
What I love the most out of this book was when Vlad kills his father. That may sound evil to you if you haven’t read the book but trust me, you’d want his father dead too. He lied to Vlad, he used Vlad, and he overall killed Vlad’s mom, and planned to take Vlad’s life for his own sick power. Safe to say, I hate Tomas Tod, and love this series. There had better be another book, considering the bizarre end when Snow becomes a vampire and eyes shimmer green like Vlad’s did but purple. There needs to be an explanation!