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The bestselling author of the Dead Is… series is back with a snarky, hilarious take on the vampire romance novel. When my best friend Skyler told me about this party in the Hollywood Hills, I was less than enthused. As it turned out, my feelings were more than justified. That party ruined my life. Tansy didn’t even want to go to the party. It’s hard enough living in one of y The bestselling author of the Dead Is… series is back with a snarky, hilarious take on the vampire romance novel. When my best friend Skyler told me about this party in the Hollywood Hills, I was less than enthused. As it turned out, my feelings were more than justified. That party ruined my life. Tansy didn’t even want to go to the party. It’s hard enough living in one of your best friend’s shadows and secretly in love with your other best friend. And now she’s leaving it a vampire. Now her best friend Skyler is stuck on the road trip from hell, on tour as a groupie with a literal band of vamps. Tansy sets out with Vaughn, her other BFF turned maybe more, to save Skylar’s life and take down the band. But when they find themselves in the middle of a vampire war, will Tansy be able to make the ultimate sacrifice to save her friends? Marlene Perez is the author of paranormal and urban fantasy books, including the best-selling DEAD IS series for teens. The first book in the series, DEAD IS THE NEW BLACK, was named an ALA Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers as well as an ALA Popular Paperback. The first three books in the series have been optioned by Disney for television. She lives in Orange County, California with her husband and children. www.marleneperez.com.


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The bestselling author of the Dead Is… series is back with a snarky, hilarious take on the vampire romance novel. When my best friend Skyler told me about this party in the Hollywood Hills, I was less than enthused. As it turned out, my feelings were more than justified. That party ruined my life. Tansy didn’t even want to go to the party. It’s hard enough living in one of y The bestselling author of the Dead Is… series is back with a snarky, hilarious take on the vampire romance novel. When my best friend Skyler told me about this party in the Hollywood Hills, I was less than enthused. As it turned out, my feelings were more than justified. That party ruined my life. Tansy didn’t even want to go to the party. It’s hard enough living in one of your best friend’s shadows and secretly in love with your other best friend. And now she’s leaving it a vampire. Now her best friend Skyler is stuck on the road trip from hell, on tour as a groupie with a literal band of vamps. Tansy sets out with Vaughn, her other BFF turned maybe more, to save Skylar’s life and take down the band. But when they find themselves in the middle of a vampire war, will Tansy be able to make the ultimate sacrifice to save her friends? Marlene Perez is the author of paranormal and urban fantasy books, including the best-selling DEAD IS series for teens. The first book in the series, DEAD IS THE NEW BLACK, was named an ALA Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers as well as an ALA Popular Paperback. The first three books in the series have been optioned by Disney for television. She lives in Orange County, California with her husband and children. www.marleneperez.com.

30 review for The Afterlife of the Party

  1. 4 out of 5

    Schizanthus Nerd

    Join Tansy as she embarks on a road trip with her friend/crush Vaughan. They’re following a band that’s on tour, but not because they’re groupies. They’re trying to save Tansy’s best friend, Skylar, from the clutches of Travis, the band’s lead singer. Travis is a vampire that’s been feasting on Skylar. The first in a planned trilogy, The Afterlife of the Party sucked me in straight away. (See what I did there? 🧛🏼‍♂️) I felt like I already knew Tansy, Skylar and Vaughan, and enjoyed hanging out wi Join Tansy as she embarks on a road trip with her friend/crush Vaughan. They’re following a band that’s on tour, but not because they’re groupies. They’re trying to save Tansy’s best friend, Skylar, from the clutches of Travis, the band’s lead singer. Travis is a vampire that’s been feasting on Skylar. The first in a planned trilogy, The Afterlife of the Party sucked me in straight away. (See what I did there? 🧛🏼‍♂️) I felt like I already knew Tansy, Skylar and Vaughan, and enjoyed hanging out with them. I loved the name of the vampire’s band, ‘The Drainers’, and I was keen to learn all about Tansy’s witch heritage. I appreciated that consent was addressed in a vampire story, although after the vampires were introduced there were a number of scenes that had me scratching my head. I do need to acknowledge that I read an uncorrected proof so it’s entirely possible that the things I struggled with may not be included in the final version. Having said that … Rose and Thorn mostly wandered in and out of scenes and didn’t contribute a great deal to the story. I anticipate they will have a larger role in the sequels, and I hope they do because their characters have the potential to become very interesting. However, by the end of this book both they and the Paranormal Activities Committee they work for seem pretty irrelevant. I didn’t always feel the urgency of Tansy and Vaughn’s attempts to find Skylar. Especially when Tansey (view spoiler)[found Skylar close to death, did a quick healing spell on her and then left her again (hide spoiler)] . Sometimes terms that had already been defined, like Bleeders, would be reexplained in later chapters. Tansey says she told Granny the “entire story” but less than ten paragraphs later she mentions a key part of the story that she has kept from her. I knew I’d have to tell her eventually, but I wasn’t quite ready for the look of disappointment I’d see. The showdown that I knew was inevitable as soon as a certain character was introduced disappointed me. (view spoiler)[It was over and done with much too quickly for my liking. If someone is going to try to take out a Big Bad I want there to be more of a fight, and maybe a cliché Big Bad monologue to go with it. While there are still plenty of baddies left for our heroes to deal with in the sequels, if it was that easy to get rid of the Big Bad then won’t their underling’s deaths be even easier? (hide spoiler)] I hope the sequels reveal the identity of Tansy’s father and explain what the deal is with Connor. I want more time with Granny, who could become my favourite character if I got to know her better. I’d also love to see Tansy and her friends cross paths with other hidden world creatures. Content warnings include (view spoiler)[the violent death of an animal and mention of sexual assault. Readers with emetophobia may have trouble with some scenes (hide spoiler)] . Thank you so much to NetGalley and Entangled Teen, an imprint of Entangled Publishing, for the opportunity to read this book. I’m rounding up from 3.5 stars. Blog - https://schizanthusnerd.com

  2. 4 out of 5

    Carole (Carole's Random Life in Books)

    This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had fun with this book! I like vampire stories so I decided to give this book a try. I hoped to find an entertaining story within the pages, which I did, but I did really expect to find a unique tale with a good dose of humor mixed in. I found this book to be very entertaining and I am glad that I decided to pick it up. Tansy goes to a party at the start of this book, along with her best friends Skylar and Vaughn. Skylar's boyfrien This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books. I had fun with this book! I like vampire stories so I decided to give this book a try. I hoped to find an entertaining story within the pages, which I did, but I did really expect to find a unique tale with a good dose of humor mixed in. I found this book to be very entertaining and I am glad that I decided to pick it up. Tansy goes to a party at the start of this book, along with her best friends Skylar and Vaughn. Skylar's boyfriend is in a band, The Drainers, who will be playing at the party. It becomes evident pretty early on that this is not your normal party and soon Tansy and Vaughn learn that Skylar's boyfriend and his band are really vampires. And they want Skylar and Tansy for themselves. I liked the characters in this book. Tansy is a witch and after she is bitten at the party strange things start to happen to her. I loved that she was willing to do whatever it took to save her best friend and Vaughn was right there with her. Vaughn and Tansy made a very strong team and I think that they really tried to do what was best in every situation. They were both very brave and I found them to both be very competent. I enjoyed the lighter tone of the story. There are some terrible things that happen in the book but those scenes were balanced out by the more comical parts of the story. There was quite a bit of excitement in this book and there were times that I was really worried that Tansy and Vaughn were not going to come out of everything in one piece. I loved that the book was able to keep me guessing and there were some pretty big surprises along the way. I would recommend this book to others. I thought this was a well done young adult vampire story with great characters and enough excitement to keep things interesting. I am looking forward to finding out what in store for Tansy, Vaughn, and Skylar in future installments in this trilogy. I received a digital advanced review copy of this book from Entagled: Teen via NetGalley.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sofii♡ (A Book. A Thought.)

    I want to thank NetGalley & Entangled: Teen for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Sadly, this book wasn't made for me, I was able to enjoy some scenes that made me laugh and I can also say that the positive thing about this book is that at least it kept my interest in knowing what would happen, even so, there's not much else to highlight. The plot itself is about vampires, there are a bit of boyish bands, travel and friendship too, it has a very old-school st I want to thank NetGalley & Entangled: Teen for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Sadly, this book wasn't made for me, I was able to enjoy some scenes that made me laugh and I can also say that the positive thing about this book is that at least it kept my interest in knowing what would happen, even so, there's not much else to highlight. The plot itself is about vampires, there are a bit of boyish bands, travel and friendship too, it has a very old-school style in terms of structure and plot, which can be a fun factor, just didn't resonate with me this time, plus it didn't help the fact that it's pretty cliche. I felt everything quite flat, there are scenes that are absurd that come out of nowhere to keep the plot moving, the characters aren't strong enough to be highlighted and sadly I don't have much to say about the descriptions or the setting since there's not much development there. 2/5 ⭐⭐ You can find more of my reviews & fun content on my blog A Book. A Thought. The book basically follows Tansy as she tries to save her friend Skyler from a gang of vampires while trying to discover the meaning of her feelings for her other best friend Vaughn. From here they'll find themselves in impossible situations surrounded by dangers and challenges which will push Tansy to make a decision as the last sacrifice to save the lives of her friends. I think this book ended up being too childlike for me, I don't mean that I don't enjoy books with this youthful vibe where anything can happen as long as the plot continues to move, but in this case, it didn't work for me. I think the idea itself is fun, and I was super excited to read it just because there would be vampires and that's always an entertaining factor for me, and while I did enjoy that particular point, I think the execution itself and the way in which the author has handled the development of it is something disastrous at times, I don't want to sound mean, but I really think there were many ways to take the story down an interesting path and this hasn't been my favorite. There are a lot of good ideas in the book, but I don't know, it just felt too carefree to be 100% interested in what was going on. There's a very great lack of descriptions and this makes it difficult to locate within the story in time and space, this is not always something that personally requires to enjoy a plot, but here I do think it would have been a great touch that would probably have done a lot more for the plot. On the other hand, we also have the development of the characters, and this is probably what I liked the least about the book, the characters themselves aren't remarkable nor do they really have anything that makes them special to me , plus many attitudes, especially from Tansy, are silly, and it's okay, I understand that the characters must go wrong to carry out and grow at some point, but OMG, she was desperate for me, I don't like this character and I feel like she has had too many opportunities within the story to re-vindicate herself and she hasn't known how to take advantage of them. I had high hopes that the book would improve in quality towards the end and at some point, I almost thought it would, but it didn't, and it fell again to end in an unsatisfactory way for me. I think one of my biggest problems with the book is that it doesn't follow a clear line when telling the story, it's like random things happen all of a sudden to make it more "exciting" I guess. I can't deny that it has a lot of twists and turns and revelations, which makes it feel a bit more interesting when reading, but even so, a book doesn't stand up on revelations alone, so after the surprise and the initial shock again falls into being even a little repetitive and cliche at times. Although I must admit that romance hasn't been one of the worst I've read, it has adorable moments, which is good. In some way, I can see the author wants this story to be sexy and funny something like True Blood but more youthful(? Or something like that, so maybe this crazy and reckless factor that characterizes it is here on purpose and is the style the author wants to give to the book, in that case, I can see other readers enjoying it without problems, perhaps I'm not simply the target for it, since a certain part of me expected a greater development of the plot, more explanations in general, and above all a seriousness that's lost as you progress through the reading. I'll not judge the author based on only one of her works, nor it's my intention to speak badly of her style, I believe that each writer has a unique imprint that will always work wonderfully for some readers more than for others, so I would probably be willing to give her a second chance maybe with another type of genre. This book isn't for me, and that's clear, but even so, I think it could work if you're looking for something light to read, it may be the absurdity of its plot and the crazy actions of the characters, as well as the youthfulness of their dialogues and paranormal factors works for you at the end. Obviously, I cannot recommend it as fervently as I usually do, since it hasn't been a book that I enjoy with that intensity, but even so, this is just my opinion and I hope it doesn't stop you from trying it if you feel like it. It's clear that I was looking for a much more serious, intense, and action plot, so this book really fell short in those aspects. I still think, from my humble opinion, that it could be an interesting plot with a little more work. First Thoughts 03/10/21 I was hopeful that it will get better as the story progressed but it didn't. I think this is the kind of book that is a hit or miss for me and this time, unfortunately, it was a miss. I think the idea is fun and has a lot of possibilities to explore, but I felt it too immature in terms of the character voices which are quite flat as well, and the scenes are somewhat absurd. It reminded me a bit of Riverdale but paranormal, I don't know why lol, it's that kind of plot that you know is kind of everywhere & absurd, but I understand that it has moments that can be enjoyed. Still this wasn't for me.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Celia McMahon

    "What was a group of vampires called? A gang? A bite? A bite of vampires. I liked it. Fear was making me silly." **A big heaping hug to Entangled for giving me a free copy in exchange for my honest review.** I love the fact that vampires are back. I know, I know, they never went away and blah blah blah, but you know there was a really long lull after Twilight, Vampire Diaries, and True Blood ended. There were some smaller titles, but nothing really hit as big as the aforementioned. There are now s "What was a group of vampires called? A gang? A bite? A bite of vampires. I liked it. Fear was making me silly." **A big heaping hug to Entangled for giving me a free copy in exchange for my honest review.** I love the fact that vampires are back. I know, I know, they never went away and blah blah blah, but you know there was a really long lull after Twilight, Vampire Diaries, and True Blood ended. There were some smaller titles, but nothing really hit as big as the aforementioned. There are now some HUGE titles coming out this year that tickle me pink. I'm all about the fangs and the blood and the lore. I love me some humor too, witty banter, and ridiculous scenarios. That's where this book comes in. Tansey is a teenager with teenage problems except her best friend decided to get herself enthralled by an emo band of vampires. Oh, and she's a witch which causes lots of problems when she tries to extract her friend only to find herself bitten. Now a half-vampire/half-witch, she and her crush embark on a journey to get their friend back all while fighting their feelings for each other. This a quick, fun-filled bloodfest chock-full of magic, female friendships, romance, and a group of sexy vampires who play sh**y music to lure victims. It's so funny to think about it. I mean, these vampires are so super lame that I couldn't wait for them to get staked. Let me add: they may be sexy, but these vampires are not all sparkly. They're actually disgusting. If you've ever been on a band's tour bus, or even a teenage boy's bedroom, you get it. But ok, times that by a hundred and you have the living conditions of four vampires. I had a few minor issues that I need to point out. I did find some of the scenes very choppy with things tied up rather quickly. I found myself a little jarred. This may have to do with the fast pacing, but I don't know... Another thing was Tansey and all her powers. Things pile up on her very quickly, and I'm curious to see how the author deals with it all in book two. I do have hopes that the story will be tighter and things will be much clearer as the story progresses. Fair not! I am in for the long haul. If you enjoy dark, quirky books, this is it. **Find me @celiamcmahonreads on Instagram for all your booksta needs

  5. 5 out of 5

    Marlene

    I'm the author. I'm the author.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Tânia

    I told you that vampires are coming back in 2020! 😜 I can't lie: I'm excited The Afterlife of the Party because it's a vampire book. And, once again, it's also a book about strong female friendship and we need more of that. Females are friends, not rivals. Blog // Instagram // Twitter // Redbubble I told you that vampires are coming back in 2020! 😜 I can't lie: I'm excited The Afterlife of the Party because it's a vampire book. And, once again, it's also a book about strong female friendship and we need more of that. Females are friends, not rivals. Blog // Instagram // Twitter // Redbubble

  7. 4 out of 5

    Andy

    I was gifted a copy of this by the publisher, Entangled Teen, in exchange for an honest review and promotion. All opinions are my own.

  8. 4 out of 5

    novelsnerd (Anshrah)

    I don't know how I finished this book. I was soooo excited to read it but it was so not well written. I felt like I was reading conversations between 13 years old. Even 13 years old are more insightful. Cliche lines were used in cliche manner which were not fun to read at all. I had high expectations for this book. Sad to say it wasn't even an average. I literally skimmed pages, because I didn't want to dnf it. I don't know how I finished this book. I was soooo excited to read it but it was so not well written. I felt like I was reading conversations between 13 years old. Even 13 years old are more insightful. Cliche lines were used in cliche manner which were not fun to read at all. I had high expectations for this book. Sad to say it wasn't even an average. I literally skimmed pages, because I didn't want to dnf it.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    This was the fun and lighthearted paranormal read I needed right now. It's easy to root for Tansy's adventure to save her BFF and the slow-burn romance brewing between her and Vaughn is entirely swoon-worthy. Looking forward to the next book in this series! #TheAfterlifeoftheParty #NetGalley - I voluntarily read a Review Copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one else’s. Read more reviews! http://dreamerjbookreviews.blogspot.com This was the fun and lighthearted paranormal read I needed right now. It's easy to root for Tansy's adventure to save her BFF and the slow-burn romance brewing between her and Vaughn is entirely swoon-worthy. Looking forward to the next book in this series! #TheAfterlifeoftheParty #NetGalley - I voluntarily read a Review Copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one else’s. Read more reviews! http://dreamerjbookreviews.blogspot.com

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jessica (a GREAT read)

    I received this ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest and voluntary review. I was in no way compensated for this review. Marlene Perez brings a fun take on the vampire lore we all know and love with her newest book, The Afterlife of the Party! When Tansy's best friend falls in love with a vampire, she and her friend, Vaughn, chase after her across the country trying to rescue her. This was definitely a story that runs on the lighter side of vampires, so it's the perfect read if you're I received this ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest and voluntary review. I was in no way compensated for this review. Marlene Perez brings a fun take on the vampire lore we all know and love with her newest book, The Afterlife of the Party! When Tansy's best friend falls in love with a vampire, she and her friend, Vaughn, chase after her across the country trying to rescue her. This was definitely a story that runs on the lighter side of vampires, so it's the perfect read if you're looking to get into the whole vampire book world! Tansy and Skylar are best friends, Tansy is even willing to go to a club to see a band play terrible music. But since Skylar fell head over heels in love with the lead singer, Tansy is willing to make the sacrifice for her bestie. Except, Travis ends up being a vampire, and a sucky one at that, no pun intended! Lol. And when Skylar runs away with her "love", Tansy is ready to chase after her and shake some sense into her BFF. Joining her, is her longtime crush and friend, Vaughn, who is also willing to go the distance to rescue a friend. The bonds of friendship truly run strong in this one! Plus side to this story? Tansy is a bonafide witch! She was raised by her witchy grandmother after her mother dumped her there as a child and ran off to get herself killed. I positively loved the road trip vibes this one gave off since Tansy and Vaughn are on the road chasing a tour bus filled with vampires. Along the way, they run into a few mysterious girls who happen to be hunting down Travis as well for their own secretive reasons. This was a fun and cutesy kind of story, but I'll admit, it was also a bit cheesy at times. Think Vampire Academy, the movie. You go in expecting a killer awesome story with a bit levity and you basically get the opposite, a snark filled story that is still pretty entertaining in the long run. It just wasn't the atmosphere I had been hoping for. Yes, the description does boost about this one being a "hilarious take on the vampire romance novel," but yet, it wasn't quite what I thought it would be when it said that. It wasn't punny, which I kind of thought it was going to be after that remark. It was more just comedic. Which there's absolutely nothing wrong with that. I guess I just went in thinking we'd have a bit more seriousness to it than what actually happened. Though it was rather cheesy, I did enjoy the romance that blossomed between best friends, Vaughn and Tansy. It became clear (and poignantly obvious) that they each secretly liked each other, but it took awhile for them to finally just get together. I mean, you knew who it was coming, hint "romance" novel! But it was still a bit darling how they finally did get together. There were some surprises along the way to this one. I knew it was a trilogy going in, but it soon became a guess as to whether it'd be a continuous trilogy or one where you have separate adventures and each comes to a conclusion in the end. Well, this is definitely the former! Things do get wrapped up to a point in this one, but I can see a full resolution coming in the final book versus the next book. It'll definitely be interesting to see what happens along the way! All in all, I'd highly recommend this one to vampire lovers of all kind and if you're looking to get into the genre itself. The Afterlife of the Party is a light-hearted read filled with vampires of the dark and dangerous kind and there's also a great emphasis on the bonds of friendship, love, and a good dose of magic and mayhem in between! A delightfully fun read overall! Overall Rating 3.5/5 stars The Afterlife of the Party releases February 2, 2021

  11. 4 out of 5

    Katie Prouty

    "The first rule of the hidden world is you don't talk about the hidden world." Skyler, Tansy, and Vaughn are the three 🧍🏼‍♀️🧍🏽‍♀️🧍🏼‍♂️best friends that anyone could ever have (I hope you sang that). Sky and Tansy connect over their absentee, NOT cute made for TV/Disney mothers. Vaughn is gorgeous 🥰 on the outside but growly and cuddly like a teddy 🧸bear on the inside. But girlfriend, girlfriend, girlfriend! He's off limits. 🙅🏼‍♀️ Maybe. Skyler had apocalyptically bad taste in music yet somehow "The first rule of the hidden world is you don't talk about the hidden world." Skyler, Tansy, and Vaughn are the three 🧍🏼‍♀️🧍🏽‍♀️🧍🏼‍♂️best friends that anyone could ever have (I hope you sang that). Sky and Tansy connect over their absentee, NOT cute made for TV/Disney mothers. Vaughn is gorgeous 🥰 on the outside but growly and cuddly like a teddy 🧸bear on the inside. But girlfriend, girlfriend, girlfriend! He's off limits. 🙅🏼‍♀️ Maybe. Skyler had apocalyptically bad taste in music yet somehow convinces music lover, Tansy, to tag along with her to watch a band 👨🏻‍🎤🤘🏼perform in the Hollywood Hills. Worst. Party. Ever. You know how sometimes you crave 🍫chocolate? Since the party, Tansy had been getting that feeling a lot. But it wasn't chocolate she craved. It was blood🩸. That's right... unenthusiastically attends party, leaves as a saucy vampire.🧛🏻‍♀️ Eep! Where's Sky? Stuck as a hashtag Bleeder on a tour bus with a literal band of vamps actually called The Drainers. Friends-to-lovers (?), Tansy and Vaugh set out to save Sky and take down The Drainers. However, the lead singers (eek- he makes your ears bleed) dad is the numero uno, the big cheese, the guy in charge, the big bad vampire daddy. Yikes! That could be a problem🙈. Kill the head vamp, reverse the transformation. Got it. In the middle of a vamp war, will Tansy face the consequences or make sacrifices in order to save her bestie? The Afterlife of the Party is the perfect 🍂fall or 🧙🏼‍♀️🎃 October 👻 read. The snarky dialogue and pop culture references were clutch 👏🏼👌🏼. Marlene Perez's other series has been optioned by Disney for television and I could absolutely see TAOTP being pitched to studios as well. Thank you, thank you, Entangled Teen for an advanced copy! 🎶 song: Bury a Friend by Billie Eilish 🎶

  12. 4 out of 5

    Shelley

    *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* The Afterlife of the Party, by author Marlene Perez, is the first installment in the authors Afterlife trilogy. 17-year old Tansy Mariotti ends up attending a party with her best friend Skyler Avrett to see a band called "The Drainers" whose singer she's fallen in love with. Since best friends tend to make sacrifices for each other, Tansy ends up going to keep Skyler out of trouble. But, things aren't as simple as they seem. *Source* Publisher *Genre* Young Adult / Paranormal *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* The Afterlife of the Party, by author Marlene Perez, is the first installment in the authors Afterlife trilogy. 17-year old Tansy Mariotti ends up attending a party with her best friend Skyler Avrett to see a band called "The Drainers" whose singer she's fallen in love with. Since best friends tend to make sacrifices for each other, Tansy ends up going to keep Skyler out of trouble. But, things aren't as simple as they seem. Skyler hasn't exactly been truthful about her dealings with Travis, the lead singer. In fact, it appears she's been keeping secrets for months without saying anything to her alleged best friend. *Full Review @ Gizmos Reviews* https://gizmosreviews.blogspot.com/20...

  13. 5 out of 5

    Thindbooks

    *This book was sent to me by the publisher to give an honest review in return* This was not my type of book sadly. This book is about Tansy who goes to the party with her best friend, Skylar, who is now sired to a vampire. Tansy and Vaughn go on a trip to get her back and try to bring the vampires down. The writing for this book was just not for me. I felt that the plot structure wasn't done well and that the story was kind of everywhere. There wasn't much of a world-building or anything but smal *This book was sent to me by the publisher to give an honest review in return* This was not my type of book sadly. This book is about Tansy who goes to the party with her best friend, Skylar, who is now sired to a vampire. Tansy and Vaughn go on a trip to get her back and try to bring the vampires down. The writing for this book was just not for me. I felt that the plot structure wasn't done well and that the story was kind of everywhere. There wasn't much of a world-building or anything but small pieces of information here and there. I didn't like the pacing and felt that it was rushed. I was hooked at the beginning of the story but towards page 50, I started to lose interest. There were some scenes in the book that I enjoyed like the trip Tansy and Vaughn took together to find Skylar. I didn't feel much connection with the characters in this book. For me, I thought Tansy was annoying and she could have saved her best friend multiple times throughout the story. I did enjoy Vaughn but not so much through the romance for the couple in this book was cute. There were many side characters that just popped in and out of the book though I wish they were more involved. The biggest problem for me in this book was that the antagonist wasn't really an antagonist. He acted like a kid at some time and the major antagonist was taken down easily even though he showed up in the last 30 pages. This wasn't my type of book even though it had vampires and witches which I enjoyed in a paranormal book. I guess I was expecting more of a book like House of Night or The Vampire Diaries. There were some minor things I enjoyed about the book but other than that it wasn't my read for 2021. I was super excited for this book but sadly it just wasn't my type of reading.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    The Afterlife of the Party is the first book in the Afterlife series by Marlene Perez. The afterlife of the Party is a young adult paranormal romance with a great dose of humor added in. This is not your typical vampire story and I loved it! I cannot wait to read the next book in the series and in general, read more books by Marlene Perez. This book, and trilogy is going to be great for fans of young adult paranormal like enjoy lighthearted fun reads. It's like a paranormal rom-com, with a slow The Afterlife of the Party is the first book in the Afterlife series by Marlene Perez. The afterlife of the Party is a young adult paranormal romance with a great dose of humor added in. This is not your typical vampire story and I loved it! I cannot wait to read the next book in the series and in general, read more books by Marlene Perez. This book, and trilogy is going to be great for fans of young adult paranormal like enjoy lighthearted fun reads. It's like a paranormal rom-com, with a slow burn romance that is totally swoon worthy. I really loved this book. In The Afterlife of the Party, we meet our main character Tansy. At the start of our story Tansy is dragged to a party by her friend Skylar, where her boyfriend and his band are playing. Tansy goes to the party with her best friends Skylar and Vaughn. Everyone quickly learns that there is more to this party than meets the eye. The band, called the Drainers, are really vampires (hehe), and Tansy ends up getting bitten and Skylar gets taken by the band. So Tansy and Vaughn set out to save their friend. This book was a lot of fun. Tansy and Vaughn set off after Skylar and the band, all the while Tansy is dealing with becoming a vampire. Technically, she is a a half-vampire/half-witch combo, and I have to say it was pretty interesting to learn about her capabilities. There is romance along the way, lots of bad guys and adventure for our friends to get into. I thoroughly enjoyed the ride  The Afterlife of the Party took me on. I can't wait to see what is in story for our trio in the next installment. There are some interesting secondary characters, like Granny, that I hope to see more of in the next book as well. Bottom line: If you are a fan of young adult rescue adventure stories with plenty of paranormal action thrown in, then I think The Afterlife of the Party will be a lot of fun for you. I appreciated how lighthearted this book felt. It really felt like a unique vampire story. All I have to say is- bring on book 2!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kenia

    This was sadly not my cup of tea. The positive is that I was interested enough to find out what happened. I read the whole book, there were moments I really liked and I was really into the book. Negative, the writing style just wasn’t for me. Several times throughout the book the character kept repeating herself. It made it obnoxious to continue. It lacked real feeling for me, I couldn't connect to the characters in any way. At some point I thought the characters could be redeemed but nope they This was sadly not my cup of tea. The positive is that I was interested enough to find out what happened. I read the whole book, there were moments I really liked and I was really into the book. Negative, the writing style just wasn’t for me. Several times throughout the book the character kept repeating herself. It made it obnoxious to continue. It lacked real feeling for me, I couldn't connect to the characters in any way. At some point I thought the characters could be redeemed but nope they fell really short for me. Except for Vaughn, his character I liked. I really wanted to like it and I think that's why I read the whole thing. I wanted to give it a fair chance. But again, this wasn't for me, I hope others will enjoy it more than I did. I am reviewing this in the most polite way I can possibly manage. It just wasn't a book or writing style for me. I truly wanted to like it.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Tackett

    Witches hunting vampires… I LOVE IT!! This story is adorable in all the right ways! I like that there doesn’t seem to be any veil between the human and paranormal world in this book. The fact that the two worlds mingle and intertwine and even interbreed is entertaining. The depths of the love between the main characters is almost shocking. They would literally do anything for one another, making the scenes feel as real as possible. I recommend this fun read!! ** A very special “THANK YOU” to Enta Witches hunting vampires… I LOVE IT!! This story is adorable in all the right ways! I like that there doesn’t seem to be any veil between the human and paranormal world in this book. The fact that the two worlds mingle and intertwine and even interbreed is entertaining. The depths of the love between the main characters is almost shocking. They would literally do anything for one another, making the scenes feel as real as possible. I recommend this fun read!! ** A very special “THANK YOU” to Entangled Publishing and NetGalley for the { #Gifted } copy of this book to read and review.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Tonja Drecker

    With a fun dance between magic, vampires, bffs, romance, and a pinch of quirkiness, this is a light read with a dark beat. After being dragged to a party she never wanted to go to in the first place, this teenage girl finds herself heading against a band of vampires, who leave death and blood in their wake. Unfortunately, her best friend is on her way to become their super-groupie with more than a few bite marks to show for it. Add a strange past, a witch grandmother, a hot guy, and a pair of ver With a fun dance between magic, vampires, bffs, romance, and a pinch of quirkiness, this is a light read with a dark beat. After being dragged to a party she never wanted to go to in the first place, this teenage girl finds herself heading against a band of vampires, who leave death and blood in their wake. Unfortunately, her best friend is on her way to become their super-groupie with more than a few bite marks to show for it. Add a strange past, a witch grandmother, a hot guy, and a pair of very strange paranormal agents, and this girl is in for the strangest moments the afterlife can offer. If you're looking for a refreshing story which packs tons of subtle humor into a furious vampire hunt, this might be what you're looking for. I'd shove this one into the direction of a 'wild and crazy ride' category. The mix is quite original as it take very violent scenes, hits upon sexual abuse, slams groupies and cliches, nests with hot guys and romance, and weaves in a wild chase which borders on the edge of humor. And it was fun. I did read this one in one sitting simply because it was an easy read and did have me wondering what in the world would happen next. And yet, the writing wasn't nearly as tight or smooth or flowing as it could have been. There are tons of sudden revelations, scenes which are raced over without depth or enough set-up time, and beats in the plot which just drop away and leave gaping holes. It many ways, it resembled the vampire band's music—not the best but for some reason, still hypnotizing. For all of the technical issues, I'd be lying if I said I didn't enjoy the read. So, I'm finding this one very hard to rate and will simply go at it as fast and furious and ridiculous as the read itself. Because sometimes this is exactly the kind of read a person needs. I received an ARC copy and got a read I was fun, snarky and oh-so unexpected.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Living My Best Book Life

    The Afterlife of the Party is an interesting and bewitching YA book about vampires and witches that will suck you in. Marlene Perez centers the story around a teenage girl named Tansy and how here life changes after one party with her friends. If you enjoy vampire reads/shows like Twilight, Crave, and The Vampire Diaries you are going to want to read this book! Tansy is trying to live a normal teenage life dealing with issues like trying not to have feelings for her best guy friend, Vaughn, and g The Afterlife of the Party is an interesting and bewitching YA book about vampires and witches that will suck you in. Marlene Perez centers the story around a teenage girl named Tansy and how here life changes after one party with her friends. If you enjoy vampire reads/shows like Twilight, Crave, and The Vampire Diaries you are going to want to read this book! Tansy is trying to live a normal teenage life dealing with issues like trying not to have feelings for her best guy friend, Vaughn, and going to parties with her free-spirited friend Skyler. And she did go to that party and boy did it change her life! At the party, she meets Travis, lead singer of The Drainers, and doesn't get good vibes from him. He is conceited and pushy and definitely not good enough for Skyler. It doesn't take much for Tansy to know that Travis is a vampire. But she is unprepared and shocked when he bites her without her consent. One bite. That's all it took to turn Tansy's world upside down. Tansy grew up with her Granny and being a Mariotti witch so she always heard about paranormal beings like vampires but never came in contact with them before until now. She is wondering if that bite makes her a vampire and needs to do research about what is a myth and what is factual. But, things get more complicated when her best friend can't break her bond with Travis. She and Vaughn will do anything to save Skylar from Travis and the rest of the vampires. There will be bloodshed, but Tansy, Vaughn, Granny, and some new friends are up for the fight! My love of YA paranormal and vampire books started with Twilight and it has been sparked again with reads like this one. Marlene gives readers a fierce and bold character in Tansy. Her bravery and loyalty to her friends are captivating. And yes there is romance in this book between Tansy and Vaughn. They have such a great friendship and it made me happy to see their relationship blossom even when their backs were up against the wall. The suspense and mystery of the book were so intriguing and fascinating. The perfect lead up for more books in the series. I give The Afterlife of the Party 5 stars. It's an engaging YA paranormal read that left me wanting more. The characters are great, the history of vampires and witches in this book are unique and compelling, and the romance is swoon-worthy. I am so glad that there will be more books in this series because that ending had me begging for more. If you are finished with Midnight Sun and need a good vampire read that's alluring and well-written, then I highly recommend The Afterlife of the Party!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Living My Best Book Life

    The Afterlife of the Party is an interesting and bewitching YA book about vampires and witches that will suck you in. Marlene Perez centers the story around a teenage girl named Tansy and how here life changes after one party with her friends. If you enjoy vampire reads/shows like Twilight, Crave, and The Vampire Diaries you are going to want to read this book! Tansy is trying to live a normal teenage life dealing with issues like trying not to have feelings for her best guy friend, Vaughn, and g The Afterlife of the Party is an interesting and bewitching YA book about vampires and witches that will suck you in. Marlene Perez centers the story around a teenage girl named Tansy and how here life changes after one party with her friends. If you enjoy vampire reads/shows like Twilight, Crave, and The Vampire Diaries you are going to want to read this book! Tansy is trying to live a normal teenage life dealing with issues like trying not to have feelings for her best guy friend, Vaughn, and going to parties with her free-spirited friend Skyler. And she did go to that party and boy did it change her life! At the party, she meets Travis, lead singer of The Drainers, and doesn't get good vibes from him. He is conceited and pushy and definitely not good enough for Skyler. It doesn't take much for Tansy to know that Travis is a vampire. But she is unprepared and shocked when he bites her without her consent. One bite. That's all it took to turn Tansy's world upside down. Tansy grew up with her Granny and being a Mariotti witch so she always heard about paranormal beings like vampires but never came in contact with them before until now. She is wondering if that bite makes her a vampire and needs to do research about what is a myth and what is factual. But, things get more complicated when her best friend can't break her bond with Travis. She and Vaughn will do anything to save Skylar from Travis and the rest of the vampires. There will be bloodshed, but Tansy, Vaughn, Granny, and some new friends are up for the fight! My love of YA paranormal and vampire books started with Twilight and it has been sparked again with reads like this one. Marlene gives readers a fierce and bold character in Tansy. Her bravery and loyalty to her friends are captivating. And yes there is romance in this book between Tansy and Vaughn. They have such a great friendship and it made me happy to see their relationship blossom even when their backs were up against the wall. The suspense and mystery of the book were so intriguing and fascinating. The perfect lead up for more books in the series. I give The Afterlife of the Party 5 stars. It's an engaging YA paranormal read that left me wanting more. The characters are great, the history of vampires and witches in this book are unique and compelling, and the romance is swoon-worthy. I am so glad that there will be more books in this series because that ending had me begging for more. If you are finished with Midnight Sun and need a good vampire read that's alluring and well-written, then I highly recommend The Afterlife of the Party!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Stéphanie Louis

    We are in October, well more like the end of October. And we all know what this means, right? HALLOWEEN SEASON!! Sorry got a bit too enthusiastic there! “The Afterlife of the Party” is the perfect Halloween read if you still don’t know what to read for these last few days of the spookiest month of the year. Everyone knows that we need a lot of distraction from our daily lives and I do think that Marlene Perez did a great job at doing so. I enjoyed reading her book. The book is full of scary vamp We are in October, well more like the end of October. And we all know what this means, right? HALLOWEEN SEASON!! Sorry got a bit too enthusiastic there! “The Afterlife of the Party” is the perfect Halloween read if you still don’t know what to read for these last few days of the spookiest month of the year. Everyone knows that we need a lot of distraction from our daily lives and I do think that Marlene Perez did a great job at doing so. I enjoyed reading her book. The book is full of scary vampires and also not so scary ones. And of course we have witches. I’m always a fan of witches in books and I swear I couldn’t get enough of the magic. I found it nice to see the notion of friendship in this book. Tansy is like the best friend everyone should have. I’m not even kidding. She even goes to parties she doesn’t want to go to support her best friends and this party was one she definitely shouldn’t have gone to. Because her life definitely did get messy because of this party. The reader should be glad she did though, otherwise we wouldn’t have been able to read this book. In order to save her best friend, Tansy and her other best friend Vaughn have to go through a horror trip but both of them are totally ready to sacrifice themselves. I have to admit that I found the book to be a bit lengthy and I had to rush through the middle part because I found it to be really long. Other than that I enjoyed reading “The Afterlife of the Party“. It was suspenseful, mysterious and spooky! Overall, “The Afterlife of the Party” is the perfect fall read if you want to read something mysterious and spooky.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ariel

    Thank you to Netgalley and Entangled Teen for an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review! Rating: 3.5 Overall I enjoyed this book! It was a super quick read, I started and finished it in an afternoon. What I liked: - this book heavily focused on friendship, with Tansy and Vaughn going to great lengths to save their friend! - Vaughn! Cinnamon roll character and hottie with a body 😘 - vampires! I’m a sucker (HAH) for a vampire read, no matter how cliche. - fast paced. I love a good fast paced r Thank you to Netgalley and Entangled Teen for an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review! Rating: 3.5 Overall I enjoyed this book! It was a super quick read, I started and finished it in an afternoon. What I liked: - this book heavily focused on friendship, with Tansy and Vaughn going to great lengths to save their friend! - Vaughn! Cinnamon roll character and hottie with a body 😘 - vampires! I’m a sucker (HAH) for a vampire read, no matter how cliche. - fast paced. I love a good fast paced read that keeps me reading. - fake dating: this is one of my favorite tropes and I really enjoyed how it was done! What I didn’t love so much: - at times things were just a bit too convenient while at other times things were way more difficult than they needed to be - pacing: again, at times the story was progressing too quickly or too slowly. This led to me skimming at times. - very very cheesy cliche story. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t mind a cliche BUT the cliches in this were a bit over the top. Overall: #IsThisAKissingBook? YES! Will I read the sequel? Yes again! Who would I recommend this to? Perfect for fans of Twilight!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Whitney (Read.Ridinghhod)

    3.5/5 This was such a fun trip back to the classic teenage, paranormal adventure. I loved how easily this book sucked me in and kept me there. It is quick paced right out the gate and keeps your attention the whole time. I did find a couple parts to have been “quick, auto-resolve” moments but it didn’t take away from the story. I love how Tansy is willing to do whatever it takes for her best friend and even other girls who are “less nice” to her. Pitting girls against each other is not my fave, a 3.5/5 This was such a fun trip back to the classic teenage, paranormal adventure. I loved how easily this book sucked me in and kept me there. It is quick paced right out the gate and keeps your attention the whole time. I did find a couple parts to have been “quick, auto-resolve” moments but it didn’t take away from the story. I love how Tansy is willing to do whatever it takes for her best friend and even other girls who are “less nice” to her. Pitting girls against each other is not my fave, and this book does an excellent job highlighting how friendships work so much better than rivalries. Of course, Vaughn is a delight and the male MC we love to love. Prepare yourself for some slow burn romance in this one. All in all, this was a quick, fun, YA book that’s perfect for the classic vamp lover.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Charlie

    Tansy's best friend Skyler gets involved with a vampire emo band called "The Drainers" and it's up to her, the guy she secretly fancies and her witch Granny to save Skyler from their clutches! A fun concept with alot to like but also some writing issues that holds me back from giving this a higher rating. I really liked most of the characters, Granny and her coven of sassy OAPs were hilarious and I loved the relationship between Tansy and Vaugn. I would have liked to learn more about Tansy's abi Tansy's best friend Skyler gets involved with a vampire emo band called "The Drainers" and it's up to her, the guy she secretly fancies and her witch Granny to save Skyler from their clutches! A fun concept with alot to like but also some writing issues that holds me back from giving this a higher rating. I really liked most of the characters, Granny and her coven of sassy OAPs were hilarious and I loved the relationship between Tansy and Vaugn. I would have liked to learn more about Tansy's abilities as a witch and the whole supernatural element to this story, it was abit under developed for me and I think there was definitely room to explore that more. Things got a little repetitive and there were a few characters that I had no idea why they were involved at all really but other than that I found it a funny and enjoyable read. Thank you Netgalley and Entangled Publishing for sending me a digital copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kristi Housman Confessions of a YA Reader

    3 1/2 stars RTC Thank you to Entangled Teen and Netgalley for my review copy.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Nicole (FearYourEx)

    Not giving this one a star rating as I wasn't in the mood for a book where the characters acted this young. But I thought it would be a fun read. It wasn't a bad book. Just not what I wanted. Not giving this one a star rating as I wasn't in the mood for a book where the characters acted this young. But I thought it would be a fun read. It wasn't a bad book. Just not what I wanted.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Roisín

    For starters, I enjoyed the heck out of this book. It was a super fast and enjoyable read and I liked the light, road trippy nature of the story. It did feel a little campy and cheesy at times but I found myself flying though it because I was really enjoying the banter between the characters. I’m looking forward to checking out some other titles by this author, and I’m thrilled vampires are back in YA!

  27. 4 out of 5

    jut

    i choose to read this one because i thought tansy was a boy........this says a lot, and then there's no lgbtq+ or poc representation on this book, bruh i choose to read this one because i thought tansy was a boy........this says a lot, and then there's no lgbtq+ or poc representation on this book, bruh

  28. 4 out of 5

    Joanna Bennett

    Thank you to the publisher for an e-copy to review. All opinions are my own. I was excited to read this one because it’s very much something that reminds me of my teen years. It didn’t disappoint in that aspect because emo bands and vampires. Hello, 2008! There were certainly things that I did like about this book. One of them being how easy it was to get hooked. It was definitely quite hard to put down at the beginning. I also liked that Tansy and Vaughn would do anything for their friend Skyler. Thank you to the publisher for an e-copy to review. All opinions are my own. I was excited to read this one because it’s very much something that reminds me of my teen years. It didn’t disappoint in that aspect because emo bands and vampires. Hello, 2008! There were certainly things that I did like about this book. One of them being how easy it was to get hooked. It was definitely quite hard to put down at the beginning. I also liked that Tansy and Vaughn would do anything for their friend Skyler. That’s dedication especially when you are dealing with vampires. The plot is pretty crazy and filled with many different plot twists. At times it was hard to keep track of everything but I guess that’s also why it was so easy to get hooked. You turn the page and something else comes at you. I wouldn’t say that there was much character development but the plot leaves you satisfied enough. I had a couple issues with it which will be discussed below. The romance was also cute and usually I’m not one for friends-to-lovers but because this talked about their past and they obviously had been crushing on each other for awhile, I didn’t mind it. Now let’s talk about why I didn’t like it, which is basically the last half of the book. By the way, this section will have spoilers. (view spoiler)[The one thing that really turned me off was how the King of vampires basically was Epstein but instead of an island he had a mansion in the middle of nowhere. There were young girls there who are compelled to be draped on old men and let men suck them dry. Obviously this seems quite similar to child trafficking. I don’t like to read things like this and yeah, nothing was really described but the context is there. I have read contemporary books about trafficking but I knew beforehand what I was getting into and I had time to prepare myself. I just wasn’t expecting this. Another thing I had a hard time with was the ending. For a teen who didn’t know much about her witchy side, she learns quite quickly and is able to defeat a real powerful vampire without any hesitation. It’s a real turn off when the main character is able to do such mighty things in the span of just one book. (hide spoiler)] Overall, it was just an okay read. If it wasn’t for the last half I would have enjoyed it a bit more. I don’t think that everyone will have the same issues as me and that’s okay. Every reader is different. Maybe I’m not the right audience for the book. Either way, I don’t think I will continue this series.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Dang

    This was as if you took Jennifer’s Body and the Coldest Girl in Coldtown and mixed it together, but amped up the campiness and toned down the action and it definitely has a younger vibe to it. Sadly for me, this did not turn out how I was hoping it would. The story revolves around Tansy ( a witch), her crush Vaughn ( recently broken up with his gf), and Skyler ( recently dumped, party crazy, and in a new relationship). Skyler makes Tansy go to a party to meet Skyler’s new boyfriend’s band, and t This was as if you took Jennifer’s Body and the Coldest Girl in Coldtown and mixed it together, but amped up the campiness and toned down the action and it definitely has a younger vibe to it. Sadly for me, this did not turn out how I was hoping it would. The story revolves around Tansy ( a witch), her crush Vaughn ( recently broken up with his gf), and Skyler ( recently dumped, party crazy, and in a new relationship). Skyler makes Tansy go to a party to meet Skyler’s new boyfriend’s band, and things take a turn for the worst when he and his bandmates turn out to be vampires and take a bite out of her and Tansy. From there, it’s a road trip story about Tansy trying to rescue Skyler while dealing with her crush on Vaughn. The characters acted, and felt very young, even though they were in high school, and the plot seemed to drag on for a bit. The one thing I have to say that slightly irritated me while reading this was that Tansy wasn’t dealing with the very high stakes situation she was in, in a really smart way, she acted like she’s a badass while in actuality, not so much. I didn’t really care for the romance between Vaughn and Tansy and it gave me more of a lukewarm feeling. The entire 90% of the book Tansy is going on and on about how she has to save Skyler, but she’s given various opportunities to do so and could have done a better job doing so... and there are added characters that don’t exactly affect the story and just show up ( I’m looking at you Rose and Thorn). The danger is prominent in the story and whats being done to these girls is horrifying, being controlled, either being drained of blood or killed off, having no choice or control over their bodies and what is being done to them, it was really hard to read, and yet the way Tansy just has zero game plan or anything to save these girls just felt wrong. The last 10% is when she suddenly just goes all out and things miraculously work out for her.This book has all the things I normally love: vampires, romance, evil boy bands, rescuing friend missions.... and yet it just did not work for me. I was just happy to have finished and then realized this was going to be a series and there is more to come in this story and I don’t really know if I actually want to know more. *Thank you Netgalley and Entangled Publishing for sending me an arc in exchange for an honest review*

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sara Oxton

    The Afterlife of the Party Marlene Perez an over excitable five-star read. I had a hard time coming up with a rating for this one, as it was a bit marmite for me, I loved it then I hated it and then I loved it again, and was like that the whole way through. It was funny and dramatic, but then it tried to hard, I finally decided on five-stars as I really did enjoy it overall and cant wait to see what chaos will ensue in the follow up story. Tansy was a good character, her loyalty for her friend S The Afterlife of the Party Marlene Perez an over excitable five-star read. I had a hard time coming up with a rating for this one, as it was a bit marmite for me, I loved it then I hated it and then I loved it again, and was like that the whole way through. It was funny and dramatic, but then it tried to hard, I finally decided on five-stars as I really did enjoy it overall and cant wait to see what chaos will ensue in the follow up story. Tansy was a good character, her loyalty for her friend Skyler even when she really didn’t deserve it just astounded me. This has so much going on, like what really happened with Skyler’s boyfriend, why did he really leave, and what secret is Vaughn keeping, there hasn’t been one, but something is bugging me and I need to know, all of these things added to the drama and the twists and kept this a thrilling and compelling read in more ways than one.

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