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What the community says about Last Sacrifice (Vampire Academy)
- "This was a great series but a mild letdown to close it out. Many of the stroylines are left open and have ambiguous endings. The characters disappoint and there is just not as much to this book as the other ones did have. Still a must read for fans of the series and a good book on its own when not measured up to the normal standards of the author and series."
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- "I find Richelle Read's books fun to read; lots of entertainment but not very thought provoking. I am a young adult and I like to read a lot so I just want to have humor, romance and drama and Richelle delivers. I think her character, Rose, could be a role model for young girls like me everywhere."
- "Last Sacrifice (Vampire Academy) is the latest novel in Richelle Mead’s Vampire Academy series. It is a page turner that incorporates murder, love, and jealousy with a touch of romance, drama, and humor. If you are a fan of the vampire genre, you will enjoy Last Sacrifice (Vampire Academy)."
- "If someone wanted to search for the best timeless supernatural fiction, Amazon is a great option. You can search by genre to find out what the most popular books are in eat category and from there find summaries, editorial and customer reviews and even purchase the book there on the page. You can go as in depth with the category as you want! Searching just Fantasy, or Fantasy > Paranormal & Urban, all the way to Fantasy > Paranormal & Urban > Vampires."
- "Reading the Vampire Academy series was enjoyable and I would rate this series a 3.5. The pros: I liked the author's writing style and the side characters Adrian, Christian and Lissa. I especially loved the love interest Dimitri. The story moved quickly with the right amount of action and pace. The cons: I could not stand the main character Rose. She was so annoyingly immature and selfish but unselfish at the same time. Every time her character would grow she would end up taking several steps back due to her rash behavior. Plus I hated what she did to Adrian in the end. Overall a great read."
- "I LOVED this book. We started listening to the audio version in the car before I bought the paperback. My son is an audio learner, so we are constantly looking for books to listen to. We had recently listened to another WW2 book told from a kid's perspective. This was recommended to us, but we were warned the content was much more mature than the first book, even though it is also focused on a "child". While that was true, it wasn't a bad thing. I really enjoyed the narrator for the audio book, and I am quite picky. I ended up buying the paperback because I couldn't stand to wait to see what happened since I only listened with my son in the car. I was enjoying it enough to think it was worth the purchase. I'm glad I bought it. It is "heavy" but I did fall in love with the characters and know I'll be revisiting it again and again. One thing that I found unique about this book was that it was told from the view of "death", or maybe a grim reaper...but it is not in any way fantasy. Looking back, I can't imagine it being told from any other perspective and I'm so glad the author seemed to realize that too. "