Saturday, 5 November 2011

Book Review-Hourglass by Claudia Grey

Bianca will risk everything to be with Lucas. 

After escaping from Evernight, the vampire boarding school where they met, Bianca and Lucas seek 

refuge with Black Cross, an elite group of vampire hunters. Bianca must hide her supernatural heritage or 

risk certain death at its hands. But when Black Cross captures her friend—the vampire Balthazar—all her 

secrets threaten to come out. 

Soon, Bianca and Lucas are on the run, pursued not only by Black Cross, but by the powerful vampires of 

Evernight. Yet no matter how far they run, Bianca can't escape her destiny. Bianca and Lucas have always 

believed their love could survive anything—but can it survive what's to come?

Alright, so ah.....I'm a little confused about this book to be honest.

I didn't exactly liked the first two and I hoped that this one would you know, make me like the series more 

but all it did was make me more frigging confused. 

On one hand there were parts I loved but on the other....

COVER: I don't like it. In my opinion it makes Bianca look like a thirty five year old house wife.

PLOT: Not as great as I hoped. It just....didnt do it for me. It was a bit all over the place and blurry and I 

saw the ending a mile away.  And with Bianca's birth secret...that was the only logical answer so how 

come it took so long for them to figure it out? 

You tell 'em Spike
THE WORLD: NEEDS TO BE UPDATED. Like, BIG TIME. Most of the terms she used I've never even 

heard of. Yeah, they might be valid but make them easy to at least understand. Ok, that's it or else I'll start 

a rant.  

THE CHARACTERS: Bianca.....oh God Bianca. She is such a self centered person that I nearly threw the 

book at  my wall. And I don't like that someone named Bianca is a biatch because I have a cousin named 

Bianca and she's one of my best friends. Lucas seemed....old. He acted like my forty year old uncles put 

together. I love Vic though. He reminds me of a guy I knew and it was just hilarious. I didn't mind Ranulf, 

I loved how ignorant he seemed all the time.

Even though there were parts I enjoyed it didnt make up for the rest.

Two stars out of five. 

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