Sunday, April 14, 2013

The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod #5: Twelfth Grade Kills by Heather Brewer

Twelfth Grade Kills (The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod, #5)This book is the final chapter in the series, and I gave it a rating of five out of five. The exposition reveals a HUGE surprise, and it will be an important part of this book's plot. Vlad's uncle once told him, "Don't trust anyone," and those words are key to Vlad's survival. Old enemies and new enemies come to town, and a war seems to be looming. Vlad's role as the Pravus has given him unknown powers, and he is the only one who controls his own destiny. Vlad teams up with strange partners, but betrayal is in his future.

This plot kept me wondering the entire way. Just like Vlad, I didn't know which characters to believe. Depending on who Vlad trusted, the results would be totally different. I had suspicions about some of the characters a couple of books back, but I couldn't have imagined the twists to this plot. The conclusion brought a lot of sadness but some unexpected happiness at the very end.

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