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Vampire fiction is probably one of the most popular horror subgenres for young adults/teens.Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel hooked a whole generation of teens.There is often a mix of horror and romance in vampire fiction for young adults, I will note which reviews could fall under the horror romance as well as vampire fiction.I will note to be under the vampire fiction category there needs to be some bloodshed.The diction and voice are very young, appealing at best to pre-teen readers, but Mahs constant referrals to nudity, losing virginity, being spanked by numerous adults, and lesbian sex are disturbing and should be left to older audiences.This creates an unsettling and unsuccessful conflict between voice and audience.It tells the story of Blue Knightly, a young man from the South who has to travel to New York to identify the body of his younger sister.Lacy a bit of a wild child has been missing for six weeks, and a (disfigured) body has been discovered that seems to match her description.
Convinced that his sister is alive, Blue decides to search for her himself, and soon meets with an oddly compelling woman (and her pet alligator) who promises to lead him to Lacy.
But for readers who have been enjoying the series so far, Last Breath is a great new episode in one of the strongest YA vampires series around. Amy Mahs first book, Fangs Rule: A Girls Guide to Being a Vampire, was a charming, beautifully illustrated work with an adolescent viewpoint that was clever and light.
But her new work, Amy Mah: Vampire, is a departure in the wrong direction.
Told in present tense, and often focusing on dialogue and action, rather than description, Blood Drunk feels fresh and is very readable.
One criticism, however, would be that rather a lot of plot is crammed into the final chapter after a very even pace in the rest of the book and I suspect this is to set up the rest of the series.