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Blood sisters, bound by fate and a prophecy that is thousands of years old.

Dagny is a modern girl, cursed by an incurable blood disorder. Stuck on a boring forced 'work holiday' with her geneticist mother, she discovers an old diary of a gypsy girl just outside the castle of Vlad the Impaler. Between the dusty pages, Dagny discovers her true sister; Miska, the first Blood Sister born of Vlad the Impaler.

Miska's diary spins a tale of terror and vampire legends. Her family has been torn apart by the evil of her father and a family battle that has been raging for centuries. Together - through time, they will try to save the world, fight an on-coming plague and discover who they really are, and maybe even meet a boy or two along the way. 

The first in the Blood Sister Series -  A smart book that blends vampirism,  the battle between dark and light, genetic disorders, and self discovery paired with action and adventure all in the face of an impending global disaster. 

 

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The Miska Papers
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March 26th, 2013
This is by far one of the best books I have read in a while. It's a real gem of a story. The story jumps from Dagny who is a modern day girl, who finds a diary that was written by Miska - a gypsy girl who's father is Vlad the Impaler. Once Dagny starts reading the diary, strange things start to happen. I got totally engrossed with this story. At the end of each chapter I was craving for more. The story is very well written and descriptive. The characters are well thought out. The plot is intelligent, flows and is easy to follow. Praise to Jo Hogarth - I hope there is a follow up to this book.
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