Review: The Moth Diaries by Rachel Klein

Published 14/12/2010 by supernaturalreadingaddict

Goodreads summary:

Lucy and Ernessa have become inseparable. Ernessa’s taken her over. She’s consuming her. 
What I saw wasn’t real. And I know it wasn’t a dream. 
Ernessa is a vampire.
At an exclusive girls’ boarding school, a sixteen-year-old girl records her most intimate thoughts in a diary. The object of her growing obsession is her roommate, Lucy Blake, and Lucy’s friendship with their new and disturbing classmate. Ernessa is an enigmatic, moody presence with pale skin and hypnotic eyes. 
Around her swirl dark rumors, suspicions, and secrets as well as a series of ominous disasters. As fear spreads through the school and Lucy isn’t Lucy anymore, fantasy and reality mingle until what is true and what is dreamed bleed together into a waking nightmare that evokes with gothic menace the anxieties, lusts, and fears of adolescence. And at the center of the diary is the question that haunts all who read it: Is Ernessa really a vampire? Or has the narrator trapped herself in the fevered world of her own imagining?


Review


I had a little trouble getting into this book, but after that I got sucked into it and couldn’t put the book down.

I saw this book for the first time when I was on vacation in London this year but I didn’t buy it. I really regreted it so I decided to buy the book online.

You really want to know what happens next, Is everything the main character sees real or is she going insane? The whole book is really creepy but I’m so glad I bought it and read it!

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