Infinite Days

Infinite Days

Book - 2010
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At a New England boarding school, Lenah Beaudonte tries to act like a normal sixteen-year-old although she was, before a hundred-year hibernation, a centuries-old vampire queen whose bloodthirsty, abandoned coven is seeking her.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Griffin, 2010.
ISBN: 9780312649913
Characteristics: 325 p. ;,21 cm.

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sulaf
Aug 17, 2011

This book had great writing and solid characters. However, the idea has been done plenty of times before and if I must say, better by some. I would have liked this book a lot more if the idea was more original.

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cslum
Jul 13, 2011

GREAT read. I love the twist that was this book creates for the stereotypical vampire story. The idea of a vampire-turned-human is original on its own and also the idea of older vampires having other abilities was a nice touch. This is the type of read I love because not only is the plot interesting and not your typical vampire or love story but it creates a sort of alternate train of thought that was so hard to put down. I would definitely recommend this.

jessica_wirth Jul 06, 2011

Much better than I thought it would be! It does jump back and forth from past to present pretty often, which was distracting at first, but it wasn't so much that I didn't enjoy the book. Fans of Vampire Academy should check it out.

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Riceyy
May 18, 2011

There are no simple words to sum up just how amazingly beautiful Infinite Days was. The story featured a protagonist, who was uniquely a vampire-turned-human, which i found was incredibly original. The atmosphere and the characters were so well developed, and the entire book was very mature.
Even the language used was so lyrical, poetic and inspired. This book explored the characteristics of humanity, and it taught just how much we may take for granted, such as a breath of fresh air or the feeling of grass on our bare feet. An inspiringly sweet and sorrowful story.

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ScarletLily
Apr 15, 2011

Not my favorite, but not bad :) It was certainly different

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cindy33
Mar 27, 2011

OMFGOMFGOMFG. its sooo FRIGGIN GOOOOD! I LOVE JUSTIN, RHODE, AND ESPECIALLY TONY! i cant beive that rhode sacrificed his life for Lenah</3VICKEN IS STUPID. ): i cant believe that tony died and lenah sacrificed her life for vicken. ): Rhode... <3

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NicholeJennifer
Jan 14, 2011

I was actually kind of impressed by the maturity of this book. I really just expected your average teen vampire fluff, but this book offers you a little more. I think that the first-person perspective of 16-year old Lenah Beaudonte is appropriately mature for a vampire of 600 years.

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aliyxo
Oct 05, 2010

I admit when I first heard about this book,I was a bit skeptical about the vampire-turning-human thing.
But it's great. It's worth the read!

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