This book was totally not what I expected. Glass Houses was full of action from the beginning til the end. It caught me at the first few pages. I adore the whole mystery behind Morganville and its people, it gave this book an awesome twist. The characters were well developed also so mystery to couple of them, and they were easy to relate to, some were extreme and I have never seen nothing like them, but books need their villains right? I haven't felt giddy or scared, nervous with a book ever but this book brought things to life. This may sound weird but there were parts where I could feel what Claire was feeling; such as when she walked up to the Glass House the nervousness of not being accepted, when she see the people in Morganville with there heads down and kind of rushing I felt nervous and scare but also questioning why? I just thought the description for sentiments were totally shot on. I adore Vampires, (and Witches, not that this has anything to do with this) they are my favorite paranormal characters and this book could make anyone team vamp even if they portrayed as cruel and powerful and sometimes ruthless. This book is so captivating that I read it in a day and a half (they are short novels) but they will real you in, until you can't put it down. Example: there was a morning I was on the street car on my way to work (this is the actual day I completed the book) and I actually missed my stop purposely just to get that extra reading time. Anyways back to the review this is totally a must read, if you like vampire, paranormal YA then this is definitely a books for you. Cover, cover, and cover this usually helps sell a book with me Glass Houses cover is totally eye catching, but I do adore the UK covers better, but US are awesome too. Heres a like to Glass Houses UK Cover Click HERE.
So people may judge me for this but here I go: