Friday, March 4, 2016
"Bitten" by R. L. Stine Book Review
"You'll love them—to death.
Twin sisters Destiny and Livvy Weller return home from summer vacation with a dark secret . . . and an inhuman desire to drink blood. What have they become? Can they ever turn back? As their deadly secret becomes harder to keep, more questions arise and loyalties are tested. And as one sister descends into darkness, the other must find a way to save her—and herself. Who will live to see the glow of the next full moon? Which sister will survive?
In Dangerous Girls and Dangerous Girls #2: The Taste of Night, published together in Bitten, bestselling author R.L. Stine explores the dark creatures of the night."
I read these books as a teenager. I was surprised to see how much I remembered once I got to reading it, a lot of it came flooding back to me. I loved this book as a teenager! Unfortunately I was in a reading slump as I was trying to read this book so it took me awhile. It wasn't this book that did it. Anyway I enjoyed it still, not as much as I did when I was younger but I still enjoyed it just the same. Vampires, drama, fun entertaining read.
I loved the pacing of the book. I loved the characters. The more level-headed Destiny and the more rebellious Livvy. Their dad is great, their little brother is too. It shows how stuff affects him as well with him just being a child. There is suspense, death, blood sucking..
I gave it 3 out of 5 stars. My reading slump and the fact I read it and still remembered much of it may have dragged it down, i'm not sure. But I did enjoy it. :) Sorry this may not be the best book review.