Blood Promise: A Vampire Academy Novel (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Aug 25, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 512 pages
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The recent Strigoi attack at St. Vladimir’s Academy was the deadliest ever in the school’s history, claiming the lives of Moroi students, teachers, and guardians alike. Even worse, the Strigoi took some of their victims with them . . . including Dimitri. He’d rather die than be one of them, and now Rose must abandon her best friend, Lissa—the one she has sworn to protect no matter what—and keep the promise Dimitri begged her to make long ago. But with everything at stake, how can she possibly destroy the person she loves most?



  

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The writing is amazing. - Goodreads
The ending, I felt was all very rushed & wrapped up. - Goodreads
The fight scenes, as always, were great. - Goodreads
Their love story will touch your heart. - Borders
I really just love the ending of the book! - Borders
... that beautiful ending made up for all of it. - Goodreads

Review: Blood Promise (Vampire Academy #4)

User Review  - Stacia (the 2010 club) - Goodreads

The time has come. It doesn't matter that I read this book forever and a day ago. Blood Promise deserves a review - one that I wrongfully neglected to give at the time of finishing. The 5 star rating ... Read full review

Review: Blood Promise (Vampire Academy #4)

User Review  - Booknut - Goodreads

You have got to love a series which finds new ways to emotional destroy you with every book. First, it was the star-crossed love shipwreck. Moving on, we're given the Sixth Sense-like experience. Then ... Read full review

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Contents

FOURTEEN
FIFTEEN
EIGHTEEN
TWENTY
TWENTYTWO
TWENTYFOUR
TWENTYSIX
TWENTYSEVEN
THIRTY
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About the author (2009)

Richelle Mead lives in Seattle and is the author of the New York Times and USA Today bestselling Vampire Academy series. When not writing, she can be found watching bad movies, inventing recipes, and buying far too many dresses.

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