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Review: 186. Last Breath by Rachel Caine…

It’s been a while since I picked up a Morganville Vampires book, but I had to find out if things ever get better for Claire and her friends… drey’s thoughts: The threat that was Bishop is now gone, so Morganville should be back to normal, right? Well, as “normal” as Morganville gets, anyway. You’d think […]

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Review: 20. Ghost Town by Rachel Caine…

Rachel Caine’s Morganville Vampires series is addicting… And so I found myself picking up #9 to find out what’s happening in this little town in Texas… Title: Ghost Town (Morganville Vampires #9)Author: Rachel CaineISBN-13: 9780451231611Hardcover: 338 pagesPublisher: Penguin Group, 2010Purchase at IndieBound, Amazon, The Book Depository Source: Waukesha Public Library drey’s thoughts: So, things have […]

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105. Kiss of Death by Rachel Caine…

Title: Kiss of Death (Morganville Vampires #8)Author: Rachel CaineISBN-13: 9780451229731Paperback: 241 pagesPublisher: Penguin Group, 2010Purchase at IndieBound, Amazon, The Book Depository FTC Disclosure: My copy of Kiss of Death was on loan from my public library (I heart my public library!). I am an affiliate at IndieBound, The Book Depository, and Amazon, and any purchases made […]

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23. Fade Out by Rachel Caine…

FTC Disclosure: My copy of Fade Out was on loan from my local library, and has since returned to its collection. I am an IndieBound and Amazon affiliate, and any purchases made by clicking on the cover or the links provided may result in monetary compensation. About the book: Without the evil vampire Bishop ruling over […]

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206. Carpe Corpus by Rachel Caine…

About the book: Welcome to Morganville, Texas. Don’t stay out after dark. In the small college town of Morganville, vampires and humans lived in (relative) peace–until all the rules got rewritten when evil vampire Bishop arrived, looking for the lost book of vampire secrets. He’s kept a death grip on the town ever since. Now […]

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129. Lord of Misrule by Rachel Caine…

About the book: MORGANVILLE, TEXAS. JUST SOUTH OF NORMAL. In the college town of Morganville, vampires and humans have coexisted in (relatively) bloodless harmony…until the arrival of Bishop, a master vampire who threatens to put the evil back in evil undead and smash the fragile peace. But Bishop isn’t the only threat… Violent black clouds […]

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98. Feast of Fools by Rachel Caine…

Feast of Fools continues the story of Claire Danvers and the Morganville vampires. In this installment, her parents have decided to move to Morganville (not something that most people do, but still!), and Amelie’s “father”, Mr. Bishop, shows up with them. Sinister characters abound in this fast-paced, thrilling showdown between the town’s established vamps–with even […]

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94. Midnight Alley by Rachel Caine…

So the library left a message that the next two Morganville Vampires books were ready to be picked up (what am I gonna do about books #5 & 6??)… & of course, once they were in my hands, I couldn’t not read ‘em… In Midnight Alley, Claire tries to get back to being a “normal” […]

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90. The Dead Girls’ Dance by Rachel Caine

So, Claire survives Glass Houses… But their safety, which she worked so hard to guarantee, is now jeopardized by the arrival (back) in town, of Shane’s vampire-hunting dad and his gang of motorcycle badasses who like to kill–anything and everything. Dead Girls’ Dance picks up the Morganville story and spins it until your head hurts. […]

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89. Glass Houses by Rachel Caine…

Claire Danvers is sixteen, a genius, and a freshman at Texas Prairie U (advance placement). Ok, seriously. If I had a genius kid who was accepted into MIT, Caltech, or Yale, she would not be at TPU. And therefore could’ve skipped the whole town-run-by-vamps thing. And then there would be no story. Which would be […]

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