Book Review: Rachel Caine’s Ghost Town

Posted February 26, 2011 by Kathy Davie in Book Reviews, Young Adult

This book came from the library, and I will never give you less than an honest review, no matter its source. I do provide informational and purchase links to make it more convenient for you to access the book. I also receive a percentage of the sale if you use one of my links to buy it. And that's not enough money to be less than truthful *grin*.

Book Review: Rachel Caine’s Ghost Town

Ghost Town

by Rachel Caine


Series: The Morganville Vampires #9

Other books by this author that I've reviewed include Undone, Unknown, Rachel Caine, Bite Club, Dark and Stormy Knights, Devil's Bargain, Devil's Due, Last Breath, Unseen, Hex Appeal, Unbroken, Black Dawn, Working Stiff, Two Weeks' Notice, Bitter Blood, Kiss of Death, Fall of Night, Daylighters, Kicking It, Prince of Shadows, Ink and Bone, Paper and Fire.

Genres: Urban Fantasy

This Hardcover has 335 pages and was published by New American Library (NAL) on November 2010. Discover more about it at Goodreads. You can also buy it at Amazon

Ninth in the Young-Adult paranormal series, Morganville Vampires, Ghost Town starts with a bang.

In 2010, Ghost Town was nominated for the Goodreads Choice Award for Young Adult Fantasy.

My Take

While I enjoyed the story, Ghost Town is more of a bump in the road. We do learn about Amelie and Oliver’s past but it’s the only real progress we see.

The Story

Claire has to work without stopping on the repairs for the machine that protects Morganville or face a hideous end. Well, she does have the option of tossing her friends out to save her life but, being Claire, she does get the machine repaired although everyone has reckoned without mad Myrnin who adds his own particular twists.

Twists which lash back when humans and vamps begin to lose their memories setting back the progress made between the two “camps”.

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