Im going to dive into the plot, so if you don't want plot spoilers, stop here.
The story revolves around twins Mari and Madeline who were adopted and never really fit in. They find out that they are vampires. Now what makes this different is that it goes into some scientific explanation with dominant and recessive genes, as to how it could happen.
Their father takes a job continuing his scientific work for a man, Dr. Wilhelm Morgenstern and he takes an interest in the girls. Suddenly the girls are part of a world they can't even imagine. They are suddenly involved in a huge power struggle fighting for their lives.
They end up in Poland fighting the enemy that Wilhelm had long thought dead. Its nice because you can see how some of the characters are being set up to be in the sequel. The girls come out of it okay, but now they are full on super vampires. there is some explaining the existence of “quasi” and “euvampires” which the girls are. Since they are twins, which is unheard of in this vampire community, they know that there are other things special about the girls.
There were times where the writing jumped around a little bit, and sometimes i had to reread a few sentences to figure out whose POV I was reading, but these things are to be expected with new writers, and they didn't necessarily take away from the novel. There were a lot of characters who weren't fully developed, but Im guessing they will be in future books.
The main characters are interesting, and its easy to developed a vested interest in them right away, and the story moves along at a good pace.
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