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this one was- is too amazing and indescribable to make words. I am completely in love with Marta Acosta! I love her writing, characters, plot, ect. As you know with the 'Happy Hour At Casa Dracula' if I even slightly try to describe it I would make summarizing it up longer then the actual book. The difference with this one is that I think that Marta made it sound as if Oswald was the enemy. This book is like the sweetness of calf blood.(first book joke) If I made this book sound weird its because it is weird, but it is also fascinating, entertaining, a real page-turner, a 0% odisappointment and ya get it. I just wish that I could summarize it like I do to most books, but then again, this is not most books. This book I would put at 15 years old and up. Hope you like this book because with my books its never a disappointment.
posted Oct 16, 2008 at 10:11PM
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Milagro De Los Santos
Aspiring writer; graduated from Ivy League; not over her ex-boyfriend; falls ill after kissing Oswald; in love with Oswald, whom she is living with; excluded from the family's ceremonies; feels unwelcome by the Grant family.
Meets Milagro at her ex-boyfriend's party; kisses her and accidentally bites her infecting her with his blood.