Graduating high school early and attending university at the age of 16, she is one of the youngest characters in the series, but is exceptionally intelligent for her age which causes many people especially vampires to take a special interest in her. She is the assistant of Myrnin and was assigned to the job by Amelie, the Founder of Morganville and the oldest vampire in the world other than Bishop. After moving to Morganville themselves, they frequently insist that she move back in with them. She is well known by vampires and humans alike, sometimes respected and sometimes hated by individuals from both sides as vampires tend to think she is allowed too much liberty as humans are unofficially considered second-class , and humans often view her as a traitor and puppet of the vampires.
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Shelves: urban-fantasy , vampires , read-in , dtb Good but not brilliant. This one is a little more sedate and less action packed but it took a worrying element i. Ada of the previous book and expanded upon it. Everything is explained and played out to its natural end. I instantly took a disliking to Kim, her attitude was inexcusable. It was inevitable that Michael would be put in the middle of the vampires and the humans or more precisely the Glass House group of friends.
I can understand making Shane and Eve neutral but not Claire. Claire is an asset to Amelie, Claire saved her life. I would think Amelie would want to keep her close, keep that connection through the bracelet but maybe she sees that as slavery. They are friends but also potential enemies. I like that Oliver repositioned himself as a potential enemy again to snap Amelie out of her suicidal grieving for Sam so that she can return to her duties of overseeing Morganville.
Now that Ada is gone and the magic surrounding Morganville is down, I wonder how things will change
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