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Sunday, August 7, 2011
The Thrice Princess, by Drea Becraft
Imagine for a split second living your whole life surrounded by other beings and never realizing what they were? Just another day for Stasia, until she stumbles upon a vampire being killed by a…was that a demon? She takes it surprising well considering she only has known about humans her whole life. So, she reacts, decapitates the demon and saves a very, very sexy vampire. Another one shows up a few seconds later and helps to pull the arrow out of his heart. She can’t help but think of what a shame it would be to lose him. It was almost as if for a split second she had found something really important. So she offers him her blood to help him heal and covers their tracks as the other vampire carries him away. She didn’t even know his name, she muses rather sadly as she leads the demons away from the site that they had just inhabited.
She rushes through the well known streets to get to a rooftop which she used as a hiding spot quite often. She feels a terrible pain climbing up her arm and feels like she is ready to pass out. As she races towards her hideout she notices it has been turned into a magical moonlit garden. She laughs inside her head as she loses consciousness thinking that this day can’t get any weirder.
At least until she wakes up.
This was a really cute and inventive story filled with vampires, demons, Gods, and a cute fairy. I really liked the spin off of the title and how Becraft has created a world in which all the beings exist…maybe not peacefully, but what fun is that? Just wait until you find out about Stasia’s parents. Her brother and father are my favorite characters. They aren’t the main stars but have a great potential to take the lead role if Beacraft decides to make this a series, which I certainly hope she does!
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