The Vampire Stalker by Allison Van Diepen

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Novel Summation:

What if the characters in a vampire novel left their world and came into yours? Amy is in love with Alexander Banks, a brooding, handsome vampire hunter. There’s just one problem: He doesn’t exist. Alexander is the hero in a series of popular vampire novels, and Amy has breathlessly followed all his fictional adventures. Then, late one night, fiction becomes reality. Amy meets a boy who bears an eerie resemblance to Alexander Banks. In fact, he IS Alexander, come to life from the pages of the book. And he’s in hot pursuit of Vigo, the ruthless vampire who has also crossed over in Amy’s city. As Amy struggles to unravel the mystery behind Alexander’s arrival, she must help him track down Vigo before too many lives are at risk. But attraction, danger, and dark secrets soon collide, leaving Amy to wonder if the greatest thing at stake…is her heart.

My Thoughts:

This book was really nice. Amy is an incredibly relatable character. I could relate to almost every aspect of her life. Even the premise of the book was relatable. Who hasn’t wanted a character in a book to be real or even the world in a book to be real. Alexander had a lot of potential as a character and he was intriguing but his character didn’t really seem to build. The story and the characters were enjoyable.  I found that the book was too short and that it was anticlimactic. The main villain barely did anything. The book had a lot of potential and even potential for a sequel but it sort of let down in that department. I would recommend this book to those who wish the characters in their books were real.

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