Review: Twelfth Grade Kills

Posted: 14/04/2015 in book reviews, books
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Twelfth Grade Kills
Twelfth Grade Kills by Heather Brewer

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I think I liked this the best out of all the books. I mean I’m really not one for happy endings because they’re so overdone but it works with this series.

I actually became somewhat invested in this book.

And I KNEW something was up with his dad. But never expected it of the Russian vampire. That they’d be incahoots with each other.

I initially thought with the not being able to sense him thing that it might have been because he was shifted into Nelly’s cat. And that if a vampire is shifted you can’t sense them. But it also makes sense if you burn your mark off, the vampire society can’t sense you.

A lot of people, going off of other reviews of the series, seem to think the first book was the best. I think it’s second best because it’s the only one I’ve contemplated giving 3 stars to and didn’t. But this one I think deserved the 3 stars. The plot holes are fixed which yay! and everything comes together and basically all the unanswered questions get answered. Which is always a plus.

Decent book. The series would have been better without plot holes.

Buy it here:

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