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  • ISBN: 1400148901
  • Author: Justine Eyre,Rebecca Maizel
  • Genre: Teens
  • Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio; Library - Unabridged CD edition (August 17, 2010)
  • ePUB size: 1250 kb
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Rebecca Maizel (Author), Justine Eyre (Narrator). Rebecca Maizel teaches community college in Rhode Island and is studying to receive her . from Vermont College. Age Range: 12 - 17 years.

Rebecca Maizel (Author), Justine Eyre (Narrator). Book 1 of 3 in the Vampire Queen Series.

Infinite Days: A Vampire Queen Novel. After centuries of terrorizing Europe, Lenah Beaudonte, with the help of the handsome Rhode, has been able to realize the dream of all vampires-to be human again. Written by Rebecca Maizel. Narrated by Justine Eyre. Now, as a raven-haired sixteen-year-old, Lenah believes her greatest challenge is fitting in at her new school. But the challenges have only just begun. The vicious coven Lenah once ruled is threatening the new-found pleasures of her human life, including the one guy who makes her feel most alive: Justin forever?

Infinite Days is a wonderfully sexy, dark novel full of lush prose. Rebecca Maizel is a marvel, writing more than just a story, she creates myth with every page. Carrie Jones, author of New York Times bestselling series, NEED.

Infinite Days is a wonderfully sexy, dark novel full of lush prose. I won this book in the early readers. I loved it! They are 'teens' and there is a little bit of high school drama to it.

Rebecca Maizel17 августа 2010 г. Tantor Media Inc. Читает Justine Eyre. The first book in . Smith’s New York Times bestselling Vampire Diaries series, the basis of the hit CW TV show starring Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley, and Ian Somerhalder.

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Vampire Queen, a voice in my mind whispered and I swore it sounded malicious, like a taunt. I had been the Vampire Queen, and with Suleen’s death, whatever had happened, it was clearly now up to me to fix it. My fingers ran against t. he cool windowsill and I stepped down on to the ground floor.

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Maizel delivers the latest novel in her Vampire Queen saga, in which Lenah Beaudonte has finally become human. Infinite Days is a wonderfully sexy, dark novel full of lush prose. The first in the delicious new Vampire Queen YA series, a tale that rewrites the rules of blood-sucking eternity. then again, I never expected my past to come back and haunt m. .

Justine Eyre, Rebecca Maizel. I release you, Lenah Beaudonte. Those were the last words I could remember. When I awoke, I immediately felt a cold surface on my left cheek. An icy shiver rushed down my spine. There would be no world without Rhode. A door somewhere near me opened and closed. Rhode loomed over me, but he was a blur. Even in the haze of that moment, his icy-blue eyes pierced me, down to my soul.

Rebecca Maizel Rebecca Maizel. A luminous young adult novel that evokes Judy Blume’s Forever for a new generation. Eternal Dawn (Vampire Queen Trilogy 3). Rebecca Maizel.

Rebecca Maizel no one. Those were some of Rhode’s last words to m. Ever since Sarah was born, she’s lived in the shadow of her beautiful older sister, Scarlett.

I release you, Lenah Beaudonte.Believe...and be free.Those were the last words I could remember. When I awoke, I immediately felt a cold surface on my left cheek. An icy shiver rushed down my spine. "Rhode!" I screamed. He had to be here. There would be no world without Rhode. A door somewhere near me opened and closed. Rhode loomed over me, but he was a blur. Even in the haze of that moment, his icy-blue eyes pierced me, down to my soul.After centuries of terrorizing Europe, Lenah Beaudonte, with the help of the handsome Rhode, has been able to realize the dream of all vampires-to be human again. Now, as a raven-haired sixteen-year-old, Lenah believes her greatest challenge is fitting in at her new school. But the challenges have only just begun. The vicious coven Lenah once ruled is threatening the new-found pleasures of her human life, including the one guy who makes her feel most alive: Justin. Can this ex-vamp survive in an alien time and place, or will her past come back to haunt her...forever?
Comments: (7)
Zuser
After being an evil vampire queen for over 500 years, Lenah desires to be human again. She and her vampire love perform a dangerous ritual that will turn her human again, but unbeknownst to her, will kill him. She wakes up as a teenage girl at Wickham Boarding School, where she has the chance to live life again as a human, make friends, and even fall in love again. Things are going great, but the vampire coven she ruled over is angrily searching for her… and they want their queen back. They’ll stop at nothing to find her and get her back, even if it means bloodshed of those she now loves…

I wasn’t too sure about this book going into it because of the vampires and all of that… it’s not really my thing… but holy cannoli… I was blown away by this magnificent, magical, and engaging book! And yes, I really did just say holy cannoli. I was sucked into this story immediately and felt for Lenah immensely, even though she was a complete terror while she was a vampire.

A cool aspect of this book was the back and forth. Flashbacks of Lenah’s past were interwoven quite often within the main storyline of her being at Wickham as a mortal being again. We see how she became a vampire 500 years ago, and see many scenes and flashbacks of her time as a vampire, and all the terror she caused. It was almost as if two stories were going on side by side which was really neat. It combines the whole vampire myth/ paranormal aspect with boarding school, teenage drama – something for everyone!

This book really was gripping. It kept me turning the pages at a fast pace. I wanted to know about Lenah’s newfound romance at Wickham, and what he would think if he knew she was a vampire… I needed to see what would happen when the coven arrived… I had a desperate desire to find out if Lenah could make it as a human. I was so involved in this story.

Even if you’re not into the vampire thing, like me, I’d recommend giving this new series a try anyways. It’s not the typical vampire read so don’t let that scare you off! It’s unique as all get out, and I adored it. I anxiously await the next installment!
Dilkree
Just when I thought I was getting tired with vampire novels, I stumble upon Infinite Days and basically rediscover why I enjoy vampire books all over again! Infinite Days showed me a whole new world full of magic, danger, and devoted romance that I found refreshing and riveting.

Infinite Days starts off strong with a lead in that totally grabbed my attention. Rebecca Maizel did a wonderful job of enrapturing me from the beginning and kept me within the clutches of the novel as I got to know more of Lenah's story. Maizel created a different kind of vampire, one that was still within the realms of what we know of vampires today, but added in the element of dark magic and the pain and torment of being a vampire. This world she created allowed for vampires to walk among human life as the most powerful beings for centuries. She made these vampires evil, irrational, and without care for human life, but she made them so I was able to feel some semblance of sympathy for the constant pain they felt. I loved how connected vampires were to magic; using it to gain more power. It was very interesting aspect to read about.

Lenah spends most of her time in this novel adjusting to her new human life, moving on from her vampire life, and trying to be safe from the danger she left behind. I absolutely loved reading all about Lenah's adjustment from being a powerful vampire queen to becoming a normal 16 year old. She had a lot to reconcile with; a lot to learn about the new modern world she lived in. Throughout Lena's time as a human, she makes comparisons of her vampire self and reading these flashbacks were my favorite parts. I loved that Maizel allowed me to get to know the vampire Lenah and the human Lenah throughout the whole book because I got to see her character come full circle and watch it develop further on. As a vampire, Lenah was vicious, ruthless and heartless. She was frightening, cunning and dripping with power. As she got used to being human, she retained her confidence, elegance, and bravery, but she also became compassionate, loving, and caring. She was fascinated with the people and things of the modern world and in turn, this made me fascinated by her. Even through all her past faults, Lenah was capable of change. She thought of others before herself. She learned to love and be loved back and to protect those that meant dear to her. Lenah's growth throughout the book had me awestruck and left me admiring her to no end.

The romance in this book was quite prominent, but not the center of attention. To be honest, I didn't feel like Justin and Lenah had much of a strong connection or enough chemistry to really be invested in their relationship. However, I did like the way their relationship developed and I eventually warmed up to them. I could see why Lenah loved Justin's happiness, his care-free adventurous and, live-life-to-the-fullest personality. It was different from anything she had ever known. His energy was contagious, and swept Lenah up. Justin didn't judge her, but accepted her and showed her to live again. If you were to ask me, I really loved Lenah's friendship with Tony. He was adorable and loved Lenah to bits. I could feel how much he truly cared for Lenah. I thought their friendship was a lot stronger and had much more potential to be something more.

Maizel's writing in Infinite Days was absolutely magnificent. It was perfect for Lenah's voice and within the time period she lived then and it blended well for the modern world too. Maizel allowed Lenah's voice to really consume the book and just make it, so her. I believed that this was Lenah telling her story as if it truly happened. The novel flowed nicely and had me turning page after page. I loved how Maizel was able to tie in magic elements to vampirism. It gave this book a unique twist and an intricate plot line that I adored so much. Her ability to make me love certain characters quickly was breath-taking and the way she had me at the edge of my seat from the looming danger was ultimately exciting.

Overall, Infinite Days was an original, dark, and involved novel with a different take on vampires that I fell so hard for. I couldn't get enough of Lenah!
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