Review: Fangs For Freaks
Oct • 2 • 2010Fangs For Freaks Published by Berkley Trade on July 6th 2010
Genres: Young Adult- Supernatural/Paranormal
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Robar set her new paranormal novel in a sorority house for half-blood vampires, whose whereabouts have been leaked and has brought the girls under attack.
Ok, this book was not as exciting as the first, but nonetheless it was a good read. Colby is now in charge of the new Psi Phi Sorority house that houses half-bloods. She meets and greets all the new girls when all of the suddend their is murder in the house. Someone on the inside is a spy.
The book was well written and the plot was good. There was a lot od drama between Colby and Thomas. There was also a lot of insight on their relationship. Through out the whole book Colby and Thomas did nothing but fight. But to be frank, I think it was all Colby’s fault not Thomas. But of course she blamed it all on Thomas. Colby in this book was just to fickle. She changed her mind constantly, her emotions were cold and then hot. She really needed to get a hold of herself. But I can see she could be stressed out due to the fact that now she is the most hated and unwanted thing in the vampire world.
I was also angry at Colby because she seemed to want to do everything on her own. While I was glad that she was independent, she did have help. But noooo, she wanted to do it all on her won just causing more problems. That was really starting to annoy me. There was a sexual scene in the book, nothing to graphic, just enough to know what is going on.
I give it 3 BITES!