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The Meeting by Richelle Mead Review

Title: The Meeting

Author: Richelle Mead

First published July 27, 2013

4 pages, ebook

Rating: 4.1

Overview

In this short story, Richelle Mead takes us back to the first book of the Vampire Academy series, but this time we get to see things from Dimitri’s perspective. We witness his thoughts and feelings as he attends a crucial meeting that could change the course of the Moroi and Dhampir world forever.

This gripping and intense scene will leave readers on the edge of their seats as they experience the events unfold through the eyes of one of the series’ most beloved characters. Get ready to dive back into the world of Vampire Academy and uncover new insights into the complex characters that inhabit it.

About the Author

Richelle Mead is an accomplished author, with her books on urban fantasy being bestsellers on the New York Times and USA Today lists. Her audience spans both adults and teenagers.

Originally from Michigan, Richelle now resides in Seattle, Washington. She dedicates all her time to working on her three series, namely, Georgina Kincaid, Dark Swan, and Vampire Academy.

Richelle’s love for mythology and folklore started at a young age, and she has been an avid reader for as long as she can remember. When she manages to take a break from reading or writing, she indulges in guilty pleasures such as reality TV, traveling, trying out new cocktails, and shopping for dresses.

She confesses to being a coffee addict and has a fascination for all things quirky and amusing.

Editoral Review

Richelle Mead’s The Meeting is a spellbinding addition to the sci-fi and fantasy genre. Mead, best known for her New York Times bestselling book series Vampire Academy and Bloodlines, has crafted a literary masterpiece that is refreshing, bold, and filled with an exciting plot and unique characters.

The Meeting, published on July 27, 2013, is set in a dystopian world where magic exists, and humans known as the “gifted” possess the ability to use it. The book follows the journey of Emily, a young girl who discovers her magical powers and is thrown into a world filled with politics, conspiracies, and danger.

She must navigate her way through the complex web of deception and find a way to unite the gifted and humans before it’s too late. Mead’s writing style is exquisite, and she captures the essence of the sci-fi and fantasy genre with precision.

Her characters are well-crafted, and their unique personalities and struggles make them relatable and believable. Emily is a fierce and determined heroine, and her journey is captivating from beginning to end.

The plot is well-paced, full of intriguing twists and turns, and kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time. The themes of power, fear, survival, and trust are expertly woven into the narrative and add depth to the story.

Mead’s world-building is exceptional in The Meeting, and she paints a detailed picture of a complex society that is both fascinating and terrifying. One thing that sets The Meeting apart from other sci-fi and fantasy books is its subtle social commentary.

Mead tackles relevant issues such as discrimination, inequality, and the abuse of power, and intertwines them seamlessly into the story. This aspect of the book makes it thought-provoking and relevant, even in today’s society.

Overall, The Meeting is a remarkable book that I highly recommend to anyone who loves the sci-fi and fantasy genre. It’s a thrilling ride that will leave you wanting more, and the writing and characters are sure to stay with you long after you finish reading.

Richelle Mead has once again proven herself to be a master storyteller, and The Meeting is a testament to her talent. I give The Meeting a five-star rating for its exceptional writing, well-crafted characters, intriguing plot, and relevant themes.

Mead’s attention to detail and her ability to create a fully realized world are impressive, and her social commentary adds an extra layer of complexity to the story. Regardless of whether you’re a fan of the genre or not, The Meeting is a must-read that will not disappoint.

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