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Ghost Town
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Genre: Fantasy , Romance , Vampires , Young Adult
Series: Book 9.0 in the The Morganville Vampires series
Ratings: ★★★★☆
Publisher: NAL Trade
Pub Year:
ISBN: 9780451232915
   
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Summary

While developing a new system to maintain the town's defenses, genius student Claire Danvers discovers a way to use the vampires' powers to keep outsiders from spreading news of Morganville's "unique" situation.

But when people in town start forgetting who they are-including the vampires-Claire has to figure out how to pull the plug on her experiment before she forgets how to save herself...and Morganville.

From Booklist

College student Claire enjoys living in Morganville, even if it is controlled by vampires. When a rave goes wrong and both humans and vamps end up dead, including one executed by Claire (it was self-defense), her punishment is to find a way to repair the failed machine that guards the borders. Her marathon work session seems to fix the problem—until people start losing their memories, beginning with her boss, Myrnin, a notoriously unstable vampire who now wants to eat her and won’t give her access to the workshop to save the town. This fast-paced adventure in the Morganville Vampires series features Claire and her housemates—goth princess Eve; Eve’s vampire boyfriend, Michael; and Claire’s boyfriend, Shane—battling to keep themselves and their community safe. The memory losses allow for character backstories to develop and for some older series plotlines to resolve. Claire’s tough-girl attitude may remind adult readers of Rachel Morgan and her world of human-vampire interactions. A tremendously popular series. --Jessica Moyer

Review

"Claire's tough-girl attitude may remind adult readers of Rachel Morgan and her world of human-vampire interactions." ---Booklist