My name is Savannah and I’m the founder Books With Bite. Books have always found a way to my heart with great literature and adventure. Though I may not be a teen, I wish I could be!
Since this book was getting such rave reviews, I thought I give it try. Being that I was done with paranormal, I was hoping that this book would be different. It is different. But for me, it still carried that same feel to a vampire book.
Plot: I think my biggest problem of the book didn’t really capture me. The plot is about a girl, who is living in a time of vampire. They can turn people but you can also go cold. Which means you get a vampire sickness but after a few month of no blood and isolation, you can turn back to human. This plot goes from her childhood to her now, in which she faces some hard times. Honestly, I felt like this plot has no umph. It just was.
Love: Now, the love interest captured me more than the plot. This story is also told in different point of view and one pov the reader gets is the vampire. Now he lead and now leads an interesting life. I love going back in time and seeing how he can to be. I also like, even though it move fast, his love with Tana. That was quite unexpected with moments that this steal your breathe away. *Fans self*
Ending: I felt the ending was fitting. It did go in the direction I expected it to be. And I like how well elements came together in the end.
This is a good book. It is different from many vampire stories but it does carry some similarity. The Coldest Girl In Coldtown carries much potential with lots of action. It follows are great narrative that any reader can get into. The Coldest Girl In Coldtown is great.