The Immortal Rules
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Faced with her own mortality, Allie becomes what she despises most. To survive, she must learn the rules of being immortal, including the most important: go long enough without human blood, and you will go mad. Then Allie is forced to flee into the unknown, outside her city walls. There she joins a ragged band of humans who are seeking a legend â€” a possible cure to the disease that killed off most of humankind and created the rabids, the mindless creatures who threaten humans and vampires alike.
But it isnâ€™t easy to pass for human. Especially not around Zeke, who might see past the monster inside her. And Allie soon must decide what â€” and who â€” is worth dying for.
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annaTRR - yes I read that series and enjoyed that as well, though I think on a different level. Cassandra Clare's stories are almost more intellectual - being based on a combination of religion and folklore the way that they are. Julie Kagawa's stories I enjoy purely for her imagination. She combines classic dystopian human self-destruction with the popular vampire genre to a totally new result that is really original. So mucho these days tends to be a rehash that coming across an author who doesn't do that is very refreshing. I also think she is an author who, because of her imagination, wil eventually become one of the greats as her style evolves and improves over time.
That is cool Seffie I am one who had read all about those theories and I it is a main reason why I like Cassandra Clare's books she done a lot of research to get them close to being what the tales say. But It has to be a good book also to make all from imaginations they both have to be hard one of comin up with your own theories and the other have to keep with the guidelines of someone elses theories I wish I could write like that lol
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