Genre : Fantasy, Young adults
Series : The Morganville Vampires : Glass Houses, The Dead Girls' Dance, Midnight Alley, Feast of fools
American publisher : NAL Jam 5,99$
English publisher : Allison & Busby : 6,99£
In the college town of Morganville, vampires and humans have learned to live in relative peace. Still, students like Claire Danvers know that after dark, studying can take a backseat to staying alive. But the tenuous good-neighbor policy is really turned on its head with the arrival of Mr. Bishop.
Bad to the bone, the ancient old-school vampire cares nothing about harmony. Staying at the top of the food chain is enough. What he wants from the town's living and dead is unthinkably sinister. It's only at a formal ball attended by vampires and their human dates that Claire realizes Bishop's plan - and the elaborately evil trap he's set for the warm-blooded souls of Morganville...
What I think
We could think that after four books, the story would tail off, but not at all.
I'm becoming more end more impatient to know all the answers.
Claire is as reckless as ever and continues to seek danger without thinking first.
I really loves Myrnin here, the old young ill vampire who's going nuts. His character develops in this book, and we learn more about him.
Claire's parents have just arrived in Morganville too, and discover the great secret of the town. Now they see their daughter in a different way.
But there's a snag : again there is no end.
Bishop declares a war against Amelie and her followers. The town's burning...That's it.