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    Unique but not crazy about the ending

    Thrall was a unique and interesting read told through diary entries, tweets, chat messages and emails. While I really felt like I understood the “voice” of each character I also wanted more substance from them. The epistolary format isn’t the best for getting deep dives into characters because you just don’t see all their actions and thoughts, but overall, I felt that Gale and Parrish handled it well. My favorite aspect was probably the spooky vibe that the story cultivated and I was really into the haunted overtones! That being said, the ending threw me for a bit of a loop because it wasn’t the supernatural or creepy ending I expected based on the book up to that point. It felt a bit like a bait and switch because all the interesting tension just flat lined. There were two couples represented in Thrall and I enjoyed reading about each one. Lucy and Mina are the established couple and while they love each other they still have relationship hurtles to overcome. I liked that the reader gets to see that things are still work even after the I love you’s are said. Arthur and Professor Van Helsing meet through the investigation and are immediately attracted to each other. They’re also a bit of an opposites attract with Arthur being young and tech savvy and Van Helsing being older and a more stuffy, professor type. I enjoyed Arthur and Van Helsing’s relationship more purely because it was new and I love those first moments of discovery between a couple. But all the characters were very engaging and enjoyable to read about.

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