I’m just feeling fang-y this week. Yesterday I gave you The Immortal Rules to chew on, and today I’m giving you some more decadent vampire love.

 

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The Morganville Vampires

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The House of Night

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Claire Danvers knows a lot when she moves to Morganville- she’s kind of a genius with ivy league college ambitions but she doesn’t know about the vampires running her new town. Her parents thought it would be safer to send their precious daughter to a college close to home. Morganville is many things but safe isn’t one of them. After being brutalized by a fellow freshman, and a near brush with fangs, Claire is taken in by a trio of outcasts. She finds a home and friends in the Glass House.

Zoey Redbird has always known vampires exist, but it was kind of abstract until a tracker finds her at school and she is Marked as a fledgling. Even if her religious parental units could overlook the vampire in the house, Zoey can’t stay home. There’s only one safe place for a fledgling- The House of Night, a boarding school for baby vampires. Zoey finds a haven and friends in the House of Night.

Both books are delicious! Serious kudos to BOTH authors for creating such engaging worlds.

Rachel Caine (Morganville’s creator) gives us a fun mix of science and blood-suckers with plenty of politics, romance and terror.

P.C. and Kristen Cast (the mother-daughter duo behind The House of Night series) give us a mythical journey dipped in bloodshed with romance and drama on top.

Now down to the nitty gritty… if I were to recommend a single title, Marked would have a clear edge over The Glass House. This isn’t a battle of title vs. title, however, this is all about the long-haul, and Morganville always leaves me craving more.

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One thought on “Teen Book Battles: The Morganville Vampires vs. The House of Night

  1. As a whole I preferred the house of night series nothing against the Morganville series far as reading both series I found house of night slightly more enjoyable that I read the full series again.

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