The second book in the Beth Frasier series leaves a huge cliffhanger and with only two books currently published, Iím left wondering what will happen next. We find out who Bethís maker is, but his death does not give Beth or Clayton their humanity back. We are also given a glimpse into a potential triangle between Beth, Clayton and Kevin the vampire hunter.
This book focuses mainly on Bethís fears that Clayton is trying to kill her so he can regain his humanity after several attempts are made on her life. Beth is also trying to make the formula that will allow vampires to walk in the sun. Though there is some minimal progress and success, itís not what she or the other vampires were anticipating.
We see more of Bethís father in this story and are given the news that Beth will be moving in with her father while her mother is in Paris, France for several months working.
Overall, this was an OK story that has some potential to be a really interesting series. Iím still curious to see where it will take me next so I will be looking for the next book when it is published.
Reviewed by Randstostipher "tallnlankyrn" Nguyen for TeensReadToo.com
When we last left Beth Frasier, she had unfortunately let her guard down and was turned into a vampire. Beth was trying to become human again by having her creator destroyed, but while killing the wrong vampire she gets herself into a pickle by deciding to save her boyfriend from dying -- by changing him, too.
Now Beth is back and ready to not only turn herself but also her boyfriend, Clayton, into humans once again. That is, hopefully, before Clayton decides that he needs to kill Beth.
Of course, not everything is going well since the head cheerleader, Tamara, is still getting on Beth to decode the prophecy, which tells them how to walk during the day. Kevin, the college guy, is beginning to hit on Beth... Who can resist a college guy who is also a slayer? Little incidents begin to happen which leave Beth in situations where she is almost dead. Her parents, who can't stand each other, are beginning to talk once again. Clayton is beginning to be very secretive and just may be plotting against Beth. And so Beth just possibly may not have a date to the dance.
What totally puts a setback in Beth's plans on solving all of these problems is when she discovers two secrets that can, and will, change her life forever.
Being a teenage girl isn't so great, especially when you are a teenager and everything is against you. Yet, Beth Frasier still finds time to be funnier and wittier than ever. GOOD GHOULS DO is the perfect follow-up to Julie Kenner's previous novel, THE GOOD GHOULS' GUIDE TO GETTING EVEN.
And the HUGE cliffhanger at the end only leaves the reader wanting more... and hopefully there is more.