Vampire Book Club is hosting a re-read of the books while we're waiting for Last Sacrifice:
We invite you to relive Rose’s journey of love, responsibility, friendship and heartbreak with us.What you have to do is to first visit their site and sign up via the form. Then you have to review at least one of the books during the re-read (or read, if it's your first time reading the books). You don't have to have a book blog; you can review the books on different kinds of sites. Read all the details over at Vampire Book Club. The challenge starts on October 1st and will run through November.
These are the prizes you're eligible to win if you participate in the re-read challenge:
- Last Sacrifice by Richelle Mead
- A Vampire Academy-inspired piece of jewelry from Cemetery Cat Designs
- Soul Screamers series set by Rachel Vincent (My Soul to Take, My Soul to Keep and My Soul to Save)
- Crusade by Nancy Holder & Debbie Viguié
- Personal Demons by Lisa Desrochers
- Linger bookmark signed by Maggie Stiefvater
- Embossed black leather Vampire Academy bookmark
- Vampire Book Club bookmarks
Fittingly enough, I recently happened upon this review of Vampire Academy that reminded me all over again what's so wonderful about these books. From Book Lovers Inc:
I kept hearing everywhere how everyone loves this YA vampire series, and after some time I finally got around to read it. You have to understand that my reluctance was due to the fact that this is a YA series and I'm not such a big fan of YA novels. But I got sucked in the story after the first few paragraphs and gobbled up Vampire Academy in less than a day!
There is everything in Vampire Academy to make it an enjoyable page turner: thrilling mystery, forbidden romance, humour and a snarky, witty narrative with enjoyable characters. After devouring Vampire Academy I got myself Frostbite immediately!
Don't forget to visit Vampire Book Club and sign up for the re-read challenge! I'm going to be participating, and I'm really looking forward to it. I have a feeling I'll find some details when re-reading the books, that I didn't see the first time around (especially since I read the first four books in less than a week). :-)