Halfway to the Grave

About Halfway to the Grave by Jeaniene Frost: Ohhhh this book is BEYONDDD good. I love it I love it I love it, and now I’ve finally finished it, only to realize that the sequel to it is coming out April 29th, 2008, one day after my birthday! So you can imagine my excitement. Especially with the ending that it had. This book was very good. I bought it because it was highly recommended by this girl who is a pretty good author on fictionpress. I don’t even remember what she wrote anymore, but I just know I bookmarked her LJ and went back to it and saw this. I didn’t even know it was vampires. I just saw “these characters have more sexual tension in their pinkies than many authors achieve in an entire story,”… and I knew I had to get it. I mean, really. But the vampire bit makes it that much better. And it was fantastic. You should go read it. I don’t even know who “you” is, but really. It’s good. Good plot, definitely well written, broad use of vocabulary, definite sexual tension and chemistry between the characters (Good God, Bones is hot), and of course, insanely addicting. Yum. I can’t wait for my birthday 🙂 Or really, the day after. I’m pretty excited.

I bought another book too, You Had Me at Halo, which is not romance, surprisingly, but the plot sounded interesting enough. It deals with more supernatural things, like heaven and such. Should be good; I’ve seen it around. I’m still scrounging around for more good reads though (but when am I not?). I like romance, supernatural afterlife telepathy kind of stuff, vampires for sure, young adult… that kind of thing. Let me know if you have any. Especially the vampire ones 😉 Those are my favorites. Hah.

1 comment
  1. Renee said:

    Loved this book! Can’t wait for the next one. Have you read the excerpt for the new one on Jeaniene Frost’s site?

    A few books I’ve enjoyed:
    Dead Until Dark (Sookie Stackhouse series) by Charlaine Harris
    Glass Houses (Morganville Vampires series) by Rachel Caine
    Stray by Rachel Vincent
    Dead Witch Walking (The Hollows series) by Kim Harrison
    Bitten (Otherworld series) by Kelley Armstrong

    Happy reading!

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