Genre: Chick Literature
The RADs are free and Draculaura (Lala) is flashing her fangs with pride. But when Daddy Drac pays her a surprise visit everything goes batty. Mr. D. thinks RADs should have their own school, but Lala isn't ready to give up the rights they fought so hard for.
It's father against daughter in a battle for Salem's student body. Despite the many challenges, Lala is determined to save Merston High. But she might die twice while trying.
My very nice friend lent me this book, and saved me from buying it. Don't get me wrong, this was a nice book, but it was not all what I expected. I didn't dislike it for the reason my friend did. The characters had changed their personalities. I had really liked Melody because she was down-to-earth, and relatable. But in this book, her new power went to her head, and she abused it. She was no longer the character I loved. She also stated to blow Jackson off, which she wouldn't have done, before. She made people change their minds, using her power, so that things went her way. I lost quite a lot of respect for her. What I hate even more, is that Lisi makes it seem like the relationship was in jeopardy because Jackson refused to be understanding. Although that was part of it, Melody was equally to blame. In the end, someone had to make a sacrifice, and it just wasn't fair. Frankie still annoyed me in this book, but surprisingly, I disliked her less than Melody. But that's probably because I felt the loss of a character.
This book focused more on Lala. She's my favourite character, but her story wasn't interesting. In fact, the entire book was sort of boring. I guess I just finally outgrew the series.
Likes: Lala, Lagoona, Clawdeen, Cleo.
Dislikes: Melody, Billy (he as sort of annoying), Frankie.