The last hope in Hopetown
296 pages ; 21 cm
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Twelve-year-old human Sophie Dawes has a good life in Hopetown. There, vampires and humans exist in harmony, and Sophie and her adoptive vampire moms are living (or unliving) proof. Vampires must follow a lot of rules for humans to feel safe, but Sophie knows that a nightly curfew and regular visits from Child Protective Services are a small price to pay to keep her family together. But then normal, law-abiding vampires start turning feral and blood-thirsty with no explanation. After Mama--the sweetest person Sophie knows--goes rogue, Sophie decides to find a cure. But taking matters into her own hands might be way more than she bargained for if it means braving a secret council of vampires, executing epic heists, and facing the true villains head-on. With her 300-year-old best vampire friend by her side, Sophie and Delphine break into a secret government facility to find a cure for the illness causing vampires to go rogue. They will fight for hope, freedom, and a love that's thicker than blood.
008-012.,Little, Brown and Company.
APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)
Tureaud, M. (2022). The last hope in Hopetown (First edition.). Little, Brown and Company.Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)
Tureaud, Maria. 2022. The Last Hope in Hopetown. New York ; Boston: Little, Brown and Company.Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)
Tureaud, Maria. The Last Hope in Hopetown New York ; Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 2022.MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)
Tureaud, Maria. The Last Hope in Hopetown First edition., Little, Brown and Company, 2022.
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