This book blew me away. I was half expecting another Twilight knock-off, and half expecting a nerdy fairy-tale. I was wrong on both sides. The main character is funny, stubborn, and not acceptant of who she really is. These characteristics totally made the book into more than just some chaotic explanation of a magical camp. The other characters were also very well done, and boosted the book's development and slightly random plot-line. The best part, it was almost completely different from the popular books of today. Although it does contain a love triangle, vampires, and werewolves, the tone of Andrew's writing makes it nearly unidentifiable to other books. In all, I am headed to the bookstore to buy Born at Midnight's sequel! Happy Reading!