I just read a book called Innocence by Jane Mendelsohn. It starts with "they were all dead. I was the only one left." Pretty catchy if I do say so myself, but what does it mean.
I am a reader of about any genre. I like the good, the bad, and even ugly books-sorry suzette I know that is dissapointing to you. But, what the heck was this book about. I am not sure if it is about vampires, a teenager on a acid trip, or if it is just an allegory for who knows what. I could not put the stupid book down because I was so confused by the story. A young girl comes of age and all these strange things start to happen, or is she just imagining them. Or is there a secret league of vampires that prey on young virgins? I need someone to read it to tell me what to think. I am incapable of finding my own answers on this one. The best quote from the book that explains the whole experience is "it doesn't matter if it is real, only if it is true." What????
I can't even rate it because it pulled me in and I could not put it down, but I can't say I am better off for reading it.