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by Rachel Caine

Category: Literature and Fiction
Subcategory: Teenagers
Author: Rachel Caine
ISBN: 1435222385
ISBN13: 978-1435222380
Language: English
Publisher: Paw Prints (December 15, 2007)
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The Dead Girls Dance, . Part of The Morganville Vampires series by Rachel Caine. But when she opened her eyes, her friend Michael was still dead on the floor in front of her. Shut those girls up, Shane, or I will, Shanes father snapped

The Dead Girls Dance, . Shut those girls up, Shane, or I will, Shanes father snapped. He was pacing the wooden floor, back and forth, hands clasped behind him. He wasnt looking at Michaels body, shrouded under a thick, dusty velvet curtain, but it was all Claire could see, now that shed opened her eyes again. It was as big as the world, and it wasnt a dream, and it wasnt going away.

The Dead Girls Dance, . The cops will find them, Eve said in an undertone to Claire as both girls stood in the kitchen making pasta. Pasta, apparently, was a new thing that Eve wanted to try. She frowned down at the package of spaghetti, then at the not-yet-bubbling pot of water.

On the up side, she has a great roommate (who tends to disappear at sunup) and a new boyfriend named Shane, whose vampire-hunting dad has called in backup: cycle punks who like the idea of killing just about anything

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I think we should go the the Glass Houses to host the dead girls dance, it may be near the midnight alley but we can bring a feast of fools. At the end of the night, we won't crown King or Queen just Lord of the misrule. As they are crowned the crowd will shout "carpe corpus".

Rachel Caine is the author of the popular Weather Warden series, the New York Times bestselling .

Rachel Caine is the author of the popular Weather Warden series, the New York Times bestselling Morganville Vampires series, and the Outcast Season series, as well as many other books. As Julie Fortune, she published an officially licensed Stargate SG-1 novel, Sacrifice Moon. com) Second in the Morganville Vampire books, The Dead Girls Dance continues the story of a brilliant sixteen year old girl that has found herself smack in the middle of a hotbed of vampires in her small college town. Claire may be a nerd, but she’s feisty as they come. She gets involved in all the vampire drama, and does it willingly at times.

Extras, outtakes & short stories: The Morganville Vampires: ExtrasSeries also known as: I vampiri di Morganville Haus der Vampire . .Shelve The Dead Girls' Dance.

Claire has her share of challenges. Like being a genius in a school that favors beauty over brains; homicidal girls in her dorm, and finding out that her college town is overrun with the living dead. On the up side, she has a new boyfriend with a vampire-hunting dad. But when a local fraternity throws the Dead Girls' Dance, hell is really going to break loose.Watch a Windows Media trailer for this book.
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Doomwarden
The first book in this series was entertaining, though not groundbreaking.

This book however, is really bad. The most offensive thing (spoiler alert) is the scene where the leads are almost the victims of premeditated rape (including drugging one of the girls), by abusive scumbags, and moments later the lead decides their attackers are just misguided. Within three minutes of attempted rape, the lead is holding hands with one of the guys who attempted to assault her, and she's comforting HIM. And the only reason the guys stopped trying to rape the girls is that a monster showed up; not because they had a change of heart. I'm truly horrified that the author would put this in the world for a largely young, female, audience to read. And there are multiple other cases in these books where the lead girls are threatened with sexual assault by various bad guys.

The underage lead also spends a fair amount of time attempting to seduce an adult male, who's considered a good guy because he won't actually sleep with her, he'll stop at just feeling her up (also, legally known as molestation). It's almost as if a creepy guy wrote this book as part of his fantasy world; no joke.

And beyond the creepy, there's just the stupid. The girls in this book make one insanely stupid decision after another. The plot only moves forward because they make obviously terrible choices to put themselves in harm's way. The lead puts herself in front of a person she knows is trying to kill her over and over again, and every time she does, the person attacks her.

So adults, you'll probably hate it (unless you are a creep), parents - do not buy this for you kids (male or female -these characters are terrible role models), and everyone else, you'll just be annoyed.
Anaragelv
4.5/5 stars(RabidReads.com) Second in the Morganville Vampire books, The Dead Girls Dance continues the story of a brilliant sixteen year old girl that has found herself smack in the middle of a hotbed of vampires in her small college town.

Claire may be a nerd, but she’s feisty as they come. She gets involved in all the vampire drama, and does it willingly at times. Her reasoning usually had to do with protecting her friends/roommates. And with this book, you realize her loyalty knows no bounds, even to the detriment of her own self preservation.

After the horrible cliffhanger from the last book, I really wondered how the beginning of this book was going to be handled. I don’t want to give away the ending from last time, so I will just say that the author did just what I thought she would, and I was extremely happy with that. And while we are on the subject of cliffhangers, the ending to this one while a bit shocking, didn’t upset me near as bad as the first book did. It did however make me buy the third, and I am reading it now. These books are incredibly addicting!

Claire is just the best character. She’s smart to her core, but in the end she is really young. The events in the first two books have caused her to grow up more than a little and fast. She’s got her first real boyfriend now, Shane, and she actually lives in the same old house with him and Michael, the owner, and Eve, the pretty goth girl, with a thing for Michael. Michael, Shane,and Eve all grew up together in Morganville, so they have always been aware of the vampires that run the town. That doesn’t make them happy about it though. The villains from the last book are still causing havoc, and now Shane’s vampire killer father has come to town. Havoc is the word here for his dad-or crazy-take your pick. His presence causes all kinds of grief for not only Shane, but all of the rest of the main characters as well. Monica is the head of the mean girls in town. Her father is the mayor, and all kinds of horrible, so she comes by it honestly. It doesn’t help that she is psychotic, and has it in for Claire.

So we have a wonderful central character, Claire, surrounded by her three close friends. Their house off campus is surrounded at times with vampires, or police that are owned by vampires. And now with Shane’s father around, things are even worse than in the previous installment. They can’t seem to get a break-especially Claire. I loved seeing her find her strength and it’s all about her friends and keeping them safe. She stands up for what she knows is right to the point of possible death-or worse. The book was extremely well written, and the pace is fast when it needed to be-action, life or death moments-and a bit slower when it needs to be-the blooming romance of Shane and Claire, or the family dinners of the four-so I thought it was just perfect.

The Dead Girl’s Dance refers to a fraternity party held every year on campus. This is Claire first time going to a frat party, and can I just say that after reading this, if you are a college student and get invited to one, well I would really think long and hard before going! It’s not exactly fun in this version!

Highly recommended to urban fantasy fans, paranormal readers, and anyone that just likes a good and exciting YA story. Very entertaining to say the least!

FYI-It’s advertised for ages twelve and up, and I personally would change that to ages 15+.
mr.Mine
I wanted to read this one because I really enjoyed the characters in the first one and just had to know what would happen with that ending.

This one gives more on the romantic front for the girls and it was nice to get some real clarity there because I was going back and forth, But I really enjoyed it and the romance went into some steamy territory that I really liked.

Claire continues to be a character I admire for her strength as a person, her determination for her education, as well as loyalty to the others in the house. She goes through great lengths in order for their safety and she ends up in some pretty dark places because of it.

We find out a lot more about the founders and their motivations. There are also mixed alliances and people that they thought they could trust that amounts in a lot of action as well as everyone to think a third time about what they are doing and who they are trusting, because in a town where vampires rule, they are already thinking twice of they wouldn't be alive.

This one has a lot of action as well, and it all builds to an ending that left me ready to read the next one right away. No second book syndrome here, it kept me glued by continuing character growth, new twists, the romance, and shocking choices that I've yet to fully grasp the implications of.

Bottom Line: Great second book, dials up the romance.
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