Acceptance

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Kalyn was born into the Yaechahre--humans who have lived with vampires for more than 2,500 years. She is just 16 when she is Accepted by them. Then the “Others” came. No one knows where they came from, but they’re killing humans and vampires. Now Kalyn and the others must fight an unknown enemy who seems to know what they’ll do before they do it. If she can survive, she will never be the same. More

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Words: 107,950
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476476872
About Keri Peardon

Keri Peardon graduated from Hollins University in Roanoke, VA in 2001 with a B.A. in History and a strong background in creative writing. She is a life-long resident of Tennessee, and is currently employed as a legal assistant to a private-practice attorney. In addition to writing, she is active in medieval re-enacting.

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Review by: Michelle Proulx on Oct. 03, 2012 :
I loved this book. I was a bit worried when I heard it was a vampire story, as I’ve read some terrible vampire books just trying to jump on the Twilight bandwagon, but Acceptance is absolutely fantastic. Keri presents her readers with a new, unexpectedly religious take on vampires that hooked me in from page one, and if not for my need to sleep and work, I wouldn’t have put it down.

Kalyn is a wonderful protagonist—smart, funny, and, above all, gutsy. I loved reading about her interactions with Anselm, because she actually reacts the way a 16-year-old girl would act in the presence of her immortal crush. She’s awkward, she stammers, she says stupid things … and that made the story so much more believable and relatable for me as a result.

The plot is fairly linear, but nevertheless enjoyable. I was actually really impressed by how unafraid Keri was to kill off her characters. Seriously, they drop like flies. It reminded me of Game of Thrones, except with less incest, and more vampires.

Anyway, I thought Acceptance was a great read, and would definitely recommend it to anyone who enjoys teen romance and vampires. Even if you don’t, give it a try. It may surprise you!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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