Series: Thirst #5
Published by Simon Pulse on March 5, 2013
Genres: Mystery, Paranormal, YA
Source: Owned, TBR
It's no dream.
At last the truth of what happened during those hellish days has come back to her.
In her five thousand years as a vampire, Alisa - or Sita, as she was originally called - has experienced the equivalent of fifty lifetimes. Every moment of her immortal life is seared deep into her being. Every person she has loved, every victim she has killed - their faces are forever part of her.
Yet, strangely, a handful of memories have been lost to Alisa. As she and her friends embark on a search for the location of a sacred artifact - an ancient veil that may hold the key to mankind's salvation - Alisa soon realizes that her own mind may be her greatest enemy.
The memories she is blocking deal with the most horrifying period in mankind's history, a time when she was tortured by a madman responsible for the deaths of millions. But what information did her torture yield?
In order to review as many books as possible without stressing myself out, I’m going to be super mini- tweet style reviews to balance my usual review style. I love reviewing books, but sometimes writing a long review is daunting, and then I end up not reviewing the many, many books I’ve read. All my Short and Tweet reviews will be 140 characters or less. Thanks to Tif from Tif Talks Books for the idea!There should be more Sita books, publishers. This one was Sita vs. Nazis, and when Pike says that the Nazis were recreating hell on earth at the concentration camps (because they’re evil bastards), I got goosebumps. And what Paula says to Sita is some cold shiz. Also, this review is over 40 characters long, but Sita’s the last vampire on earth and she doesn’t play by our silly mortal rules. Christopher Pike is the best.
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