Bookworld gives Happy Indulgence visitors the chance to sink their teeth into the ultimate Vampire Academy prize pack!
With Hollywood leading the charge in bringing our favourite YA books to life on the big screen, there is no better time to be a Young Adult novel enthusiast.
Vampire Academy opened in Australian cinemas this month and introduces the world to Rose Hathaway, (played by Zoey Deutch), a half human half vampire Dhampir who is training to be a bodyguard for her Moroi best friend, Lissa Dragomir (played by Lucy Fry)at St Vladimir’s Academy. Rose is mentored by Dimitri Belikov (played by Danila Kozlovsky) to be Lissa’s guardian, protecting her from the bloodthirsty and immortal Strigoi.
The movie documents their journey through the academy, driven by the complex, turbulent and devoted relationship between Lissa and Rose which makes for a fascinating dynamic, set against the backdrop of evil vampires, love interests and magic.
The film, directed by Mark Waters of Mean Girls fame promises a sultry look into St Vladimir’s Academy. Check out the trailer below for a preview of what to expect when you enrol into the Vampire Academy.
As with any book adaptation blockbuster, Vampire Academy has the potential to open up cinemagoers to a whole new world of Young Adult literature following the successful path laid out by its predecessors, Twilight and the Hunger Games.
In conjunction with the film’s Australian box office release, Australian book retailer Bookworld is giving Vampire Academy fans the chance to win the ultimate fan pack which includes the entire set of Vampire Academy books, signed by author Richelle Mead; as well as tickets for you and nine friends to catch the film in theatres.
All you have to do is simply write a review for any Vampire Academy novel on Bookworld’s website by the 19th of March and complete your details on the Competition Page to be in the running to win the ultimate Vampire Academy prize pack.
Click here to enter Competition.
Australians only, ends 19 March.
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