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This book is the third in the series, and I gave it a rating of four out of five. Vlad's teenage years are becoming even more challenging. Eddie Pope is still trying to expose his secret, Vlad's best friend won't talk to him, and Vlad's thirst for blood is growing each day. He has a real fear that he might hurt his girlfriend, Meredith, and he might actually kill her. To top things off, another vampire has come to town to torture and kill him. Vlad is feeling all alone and doesn't have anyone to turn to. Many vampires believe he is the Pravus, and it may be the death of him.
Much of this plot deals with Vlad's teenage/vampire conflicts, so there's not as much action. The author still made it interesting, but don't expect this book to have as much fighting as the last one. I can sense the conflict in the series growing, so I recommend that you read the whole series.