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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider by Ellen C Maze is perhaps the only original novel I have come across after reading the Harry Potter series. The thrill, the mystery and the suspense of the chase had my heart racing and wanting more. I enjoyed how Beth is hard-headed enough to stand her ground but intelligent enough to know when she should run away. The story itself is brilliantly constructed and developed, which kept my attention and had me literally begging for more.
This is the story of Beth Rider, an author who struck gold when her vampire novel reached number one. She was happy, even ecstatic, but during one fateful book signing event, she comes across a stranger who threatens her. Now she finds herself the target of an ancient vampiric race called the Rakum who will not stop until they get their hands on her and kill her. It is literally a race against time and a race for her life. If she slows down, she will die, but how far can she run?
The story is absolutely genius. I was literally biting my nails and wanting to know what would happen next. I was rooting for Beth and needed her to survive this race against time. She is the perfect protagonist. She is humble, intelligent, headstrong and simply a genuine person that I could meet in real life. This made me relate to her and enjoy reading about her even more. Her growth was tremendous, which added more to the story. I loved it!