Mercy: The Last New England Vampire review by town...
Mercy: The Last New England Vampire
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Paranormal
Five Star Award

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Age at time of review - 15
Reviewer's Location - Corning, NY, United States
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Mercy The Last New England Vampire is a story about a girl named Haley Brown who looks into her family tree. When she does, she finds out that people accused Mercy Brown of being a vampire and they burned her heart to get rid of her. But that didn’t do it. While Haley was looking into her family tree things in her life became strange... her cousin Jake’s dog now lives with her and begins to act weird by crying for no reason, then there is a bloody glove, and a spooky message on the TV screen.  Is Mercy trying to tell her something or has Haley gone too far?


Mercy The Last New England Vampire was well written. I could understand what was going on and it just drew me in. Once I started reading I didn’t want to stop. I liked that while she was dealing with her struggles she still had to deal with life on top of the strange unexplained experiences. What I didn’t like was that the names started to blend together and get confusing. I would recommend this book to readers 12 and older who would like an extreme paranormal story. I gave this book 5/5 stars because it was beautifully told and now it's one of my favorite books.

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