Ava has to figure out what exactly is her biggest threat: the humans, the vampires, the Council-or her true heritage.
After reading the first book on my laptop I had to buy the second one on my kindle. I so enjoyed the first book and I hope this one is just as good. The cover is very intriguing and i just want to read and read.
I get about roughly.. 22 or something % and I'm glued to it.. I just love it. I loved the twists and turns and the changes in the characters and I loved how one thing led to another and new faces got brought into the book. The writing style is simple and easy and I think its an easy read. The POV is once again Ava Delaney, which I am glad. The chapters are short so you could easily read a chapter a day until you finish it if you didn't have time. This plot is different from the last book but has the same characters and new ones, though its a different plot its linked to Book 1 Thirst, so you can't just skip a book.
The characters is the same as the last book so I won't be going into to much detail because I don't want to be repeating myself.
As before Ava is the main character and I love her to bits, I love how all she wants to do is have a normal life when I some books I have read people with normal life's want to have a dangerous and not a normal life. She is very brave and does good by most people, I like how you can tell she cares about Peter and Carl more than she lets on.
Carl after the first book is now free to do what he wants and have a normal life but yet he doesn't want that at all, he wants to help out Ava and have a dangerous life. I like Carl a lot because he shows that he's an adult and he can chose what he wants to do, though I feel he is a little too stupid at time in this book.
Peter is once again in this book and I feel he is an amazing character though very moody at times and I just don't get him half of the time. He is caring and loving at times when he needs to be and he just acts in his own way and doesn't let anyone control him.
Eddie is in this book a lot in which makes my review of Thirst come true in the fact I wanted him in less but got the opposite. I actually liked him better in this book and you learn a little more of what he is in this book.
The council is in this book and lot and I feel them being in it and being part of the plot is amazing, I was a little confused on what they were but soon was filled in with it.
You meet a lot more Characters some bad and some evil, as is nearly every book.
My overall opinion of this book I loved it as much as I loved the first book and it kept me reading until the end.
I recommend this book to people who have read the first book Thirst and who loved reading YA.