This book definitely got me thinking. Extremely similar to Stephanie Meyer's Twilight, the book included undead children, Latin, and murder. Starting off when the main character's parents are discovered dead, the book increases in morbidity and eeriness. As the story goes on, the main character falls in love. This love, however, was a failed attempt at being somewhat different from Twilight. Woon goes nearly too far when the reader finds out the secret between the main character and her love's romance. This discovery was unsettling to me, and I found myself overly focused on the discovery rather than the actual plot. In all, an okay book, but a little too crazy for me.