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Sue Chi

on 26 March 2014

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By. Richelle Mead

Book Genre
Young Adult
Urban Fantasy
Dark Fantasy
Paranormal Romance
Rose Hathaway:
A dhampir teenager training to be a guardian at St. Vladimir's Academy. Rose has a spirit bond with Lissa as a result of being brought back to life by Lissa's magic. Rose falls in love with her older mentor Dimitri.
Writer's Style
The author uses simple words in the book. I get the narrator's feelings from the writing. When the narrator is talking in the writing, it is loose and casual. The characters are believable because they are vampires. The author uses sensory details in parts of the book.The author uses figurative languages to paint the pictures. The tone in some of the parts are agressive, cheerful, and humorous.
Rose Hathaway's ,Lissa's guardian-to-be, life is dedicated to protecting Lissa Dragomir,a royal moroi, from the dangerous Strigoi: the fiercest vampires, who will stop at nothing to make a moroi one of them. After two years of hiding from their academy, Rose and Lissa are caught and taken back to the academy by Dimitri. St. Valdimir's Academy is a school for vampire royalty and their guardians-to-be. Inside the iron gates of the school are shadows lurking their every move. Someone keeps killing animals and puts them near Lissa, scaring her to do some crazy things.
About the Author
Richelle Mead: has been a lifelong reader with a fascination of mythology and folklore. She is a coffee addict, works in her pajamas, and has a passion for all things wacky and humorous. She is from Michigan, and now lives in Seattle, Washington, where she works hard for her next books.
Important Events
Intended for the audience
Lissa Dragomir:
a Moroi, the last of the royal Dragomirs, and Rose's best friend. A user of a rare form of magic (spirit), she can bring the dead back to life, heal, and use compulsion.
Dimitri Belikov:
a twenty-four-year-old Russian dhampir and guardian. He is Rose's primary love interest.
Christian Ozera:
a Moroi and Lissa's primary love interest. His parents willingly turned Strigoi, causing people to treat him with distrust.
Victor Dashkov:
a dying Moroi and Lissa's non-related unlce, who later kidnapped her to save himself.
For two years, Lissa and Rose have been living among the humans and away from the academy.
Victor is ill and dying, so Lissa is kiddnapped and he tries use her as his personal doctor.
After Victor is captured and sent to a temporary prison at the academy, Rose goes to talk to him. She is then attacked by Natalie, Victor's daughter, who was convinced to turn Strigoi by her own father.
Rose and Lissa are bonded with Lissa's spirit powers. Rose can feel and read Lissa's feelings, but it doesn't work the other way around.
This book is intended for the audience because it is fictional. Most people don't like reading because it is based on real facts that aren't fun. Vampire Academy is fictional where you can imagine the events or put together the pieces of the events to find the main idea.
By. Sue Chi
Period 3
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