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The year of disappearances
Susan Hubbard
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Summary: It was the year of disappearances. The honeybees were the first to go. Ariella Montero is no stranger to the dark side of life. Half human, half vampire, she spent her first thirteen years in exile from both societies. When her best friend was murdered, Ari ran away to begin a new life in Florida. But, one by one, the people and things she cares most about keep disappearing. And Ari may be next. She can hypnotize, she can read minds, and she can make herself invisible, but can she escape her stalkers? Ari's special talents are severely tested as she moves on -- from a vampire community in the Sunshine State to college in Georgia to the primeval maze of the Okefenokee Swamp. In contending with the politics of vampire and human cultures, Ari comes face-to-face with zombies that are infiltrating America, as well as demons and shadows that haunt us all. The Year of Disappearancescontinues the most surprising vampire story you'll ever read.


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main characters Ariella "Ari" Montero
Female
Age: 14
Vampire
Half vampire, half human; parents reunited briefly; moved to Florida; survived a hurricane and a fire; her dad leaves the family; investigating why her friends keep disappearing; father returns to the family when he becomes ill.
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