Friday 25 June 2021

Review of The Sapphire Eclipse by Amy Hart

 A vampire. A murder. A prophecy.

I’m Emily Sanderson. I used to be an ordinary girl. Now I’m a vampire, living at Mistwood Academy, a school for supernatural teenagers. It’s not how I pictured my life turning out, but I’ve made friends, and I’m doing okay in my classes. I know I’ll figure things out.

But then I’m attacked and everything changes. There are whispered voices. Threats. And dark magic. Something sinister is going on at Mistwood … something that results in murder.

Now I’m caught up in an ancient prophecy. A prophecy I need to stop before it’s too late.

My Review: 5 STARS

I picked this up because the blurb spoke to me. I’m not usually someone who enjoys a vampire story but this one had me intrigued and by the first few pages I was hooked and desperate to know more. Emily was an amazing character, engaging, funny, and so relatable, watching her navigate this new life as a vampire, and also the mystery and intrigue of the school, the world she’d known nothing about before this, and then the prophecy that seemed destined to ruin her control and the life she was building for herself. I ended up breezing through the book in one sitting and very much enjoyed it!

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