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this assignment was a sort of summer reading thing We read a book over the summer and then wrote a letter talking about it to our teacher explaining enough so shed know we actually read it I did mine on A Dozen Black Roses by Nancy A Collins wwwwhite-wolfcom White Wolf Publishing Dear English Teacher The book that I read over the summer was called A Dozen Black Roses It is a fictional book about the experience of a vampire named Sonja Blue written by Nancy A Collins I chose this book because I enjoy reading stories about the World of Darkness created by White-Wolf Publishing in which they created a sort of role-play game out of vampires werewolves ghosts ghouls and so many other creatures In this story Sonja Blue the main character is very different from the rest She is a vampire but she is not a full one this allows her to move around in the sunlight with only slight irritation and enter holy places other vampires would shy from Sonjas intentions throughout the book are unknown as she moves from enemy to enemy pretending to be their ally and following an obviously very well thought out plan to take down both the leading vampires and bringing peace to this mysterious town Sonja has to give up two possibly huge jobs merely to overthrow the evil that was tainting the city even though she had been cursed a vampire as well The signifigance of the title to the book is that in the book it says leaving a dozen black roses on your enemies doorstep is a sort of official war initiation - Sonja sets the two enemies at war with one another when its actually she who they should be fighting One paragraph in the story in particular caught my attention Father Eamon knelt before the altar his rosary clutched
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