This book alternates between calm, regular-type fiction and AAH, HOLY CRAP moments.
|A veritable roller coaster of emotions.|
While there were scary scenes, it didn't crawl under my skin and keep me up nights. (Although creepy young girls are the creeeepiest,
|You remember these bitches.|
which I did appreciate.)
There are fun, vampire-fact tidbits that I enjoyed. For example, Eli can put her mouth over Oskar's and transmit a memory to him, so that Oskar relives this memory as if he were Eli. These memories made for the eeriest parts of the book, for me.
I enjoyed reading this, but I kept my socks on. (Because they were not knocked off, you see.) Still, a fun one for R.I.P., and refreshingly devoid of the emo-sexy vampire with his stupid hair and his ruining Cedric Diggory ... None of that, here.