Insatiable [Meg Cabot] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Meg Cabot climbs aboard the vampire love train with her “Insatiable Series” starring cute pixie-ish Meena Harper (irresistible to both vampires. Meg Cabot is an American author of romantic and paranormal fiction for teens and adults. She has written and published over.
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Cabot stocks her story full of meta references like this, including hat-tips to Charlaine Harris and Stephenie Meyer. What struck me the most about this book, however, was not the parallels to other paranormal books as much as the many similarities to the chick lit genre.
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Sounds pretty much like Meena Harper to me! Meena is a dialogue-writer for a daytime soap that happens to want to add a vampire theme to the mix. Meena happens to have an ability to see how people are going isnatiable die unless, that is, they heed her warnings and avoid the precipitating event.
This trait makes her, analogously to Sookie Stackhouse, irresistible to vampires, who love to see something new under the sun metaphorically speaking.
Lots of metaphors in this book, and even meta metaphors. So how could they feel love, much less return it? I know we all think about our high, round breasts!
Inssatiable book is diverting, and not a bad example of the combination of its two genres. But like I said before, I adored this review! Your review is funny and educational all at the same time. God, what kind of life are these people leading, or dreaming.
Wow yeah, that is some pretty lame dialogue. Why do more people have to continue jumping on the vampire love train? Sounds sort of fun if I really need a distraction. Just sorry that the series seems to end with the number two! I have the next in the series waiting for me right now at the library. As for the high, round breasts — oh I think about them — thinking I wish I had a pair.
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