|Reviews for The Vampire's Sister|
| shiran.zhang chapter 1 . 6/15/2021
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| Mislav chapter 1 . 5/6/2021
I really enjoyed reading this. It is interesting to read a story about vampires (and vampire hunters) that is neither horror nor romance. I liked how you opened the story with Rachel waiting on the cemetery, and describing her, and then revealed her background before having her brother show up. I honestly didn't expect him to show up on his own. I especially liked this line: "Well, thank you for upholding your end. Not everyone's as eager to put their own brother in the ground."" And the description that followed it: "Rachel laughed. She laughed like she was young again, wrinkles disappearing from her face and a wild spark in her eye. She turned back to their parents' gravestone where now they were both facing." I was honestly surprised that Jack didn't turn to ashes after Rachel drove a stake through his heart (even though you mentioned Rachel planning to bury him at the beginning), because I was so used to that. It was fitting that she staked him with a family heirloom. Pretty touching how still left roses on grave. I like how the ending implies Rachel will go after the Nine next. Keep up the great work. Looking forward to reading more of your stories.