Publisher: Laurel Leaf
Isbn-10: 0440226686 | Isbn-13: 9780440226680 | Publish date: 07/09/1999
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Ireniam said on Aug 22, 2011, 22:07
After seeing the movie I knew I had to read the book and from page one I found it to be NOTHING like the book! I was a little uneasy about going on to finish it but I had worked up such an...appetite, if you will, to read Blood and Chocolate that I made myself finish it. After a few chapters it really started getting good and I completely forgot about the movie and became totally capivated in the novel. I love the ending, it was completely unexpected. I was just very surprised at how much I ended up enjoying it. If you do read this book you must keep the story line in the movie totally separate. Though they are similar they both are very different.
Cherrygeli said on Nov 04, 2010, 03:47
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There would be a lot of things to say on this urban fantasy story, first among all Aidens that he has not loved Vivian and she has had an ugly reaction a this truth. There is Gabriel, that of book appear for love her to the end and he would want to bring her to the "normalcy". In fec I have always thought that she would have chosen Gabriel (he is magnificent!!). In this novel there are desire, adolescence and a slice of healthy realism (if so it can be defined!). Annette Curtis Klause didn't believe in the "impossible and happy" love between Vivian and Aiden, although she did it believe... and to the end Gabriel is the true love of girl.
In my opinion this is a marvelous novel, because it is rich of action, murderes and other more. The language is directed, concise and in the dialogues speaked by teen-agers there is vein of their "slang" for make real all (slang full of swear words, to intend us...), the history of Klause leaves hope to our Vivian who believe in her true love, she hope that with Gabriel she can live without pain.
A urban fantasy novel based on the life of lycanthropes that you can't to lose!!
Laura Buffa said on Aug 04, 2010, 08:36
Jade said on Dec 12, 2009, 21:27
Klause creates a suspenseful tale of werewolves and a genuine heroine in Vivian. Vivian is a young loup garou who lives with her family and moves around to escape danger. The pack has lost its leader and when it chooses another, she is chosen as his mate. The problem is she is in love with a meat-boy. The emotional love story ends with a great showdown. Perfect book for young adult readers with an interest in the supernatural world of vampires, werewolves and witches.
Bibliophile said on Oct 17, 2009, 13:08
I am in love with this novel and the concept of Loup-Garoux. It took me a while to track it down because there's an adaptation of the novel based on the film, but I'm glad I found it. I've re-read it countless times.
Lucie Jordanna said on Sep 24, 2009, 20:19
A sixteen year old girl who is also a werewolf struggles with her longing to be human, and her destiny to be a wolf.
Yummy! I read this book in one big BITE! Right after I post this I'm off to look for more books by this author.
Heather Landry said on Nov 21, 2008, 15:25
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