What's the Difference between Vampire Academy the Book and Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters the Movie?


Vampire Academy

Released: 2007
Author: Richelle Mead

Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters

Released: 2014
Director: Mark Waters
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Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters Book vs Movie
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In the Book In the Movie
   Lissa guesses Rose's feelings for Dimitri. Lissa has no idea about Rose's secret crush on Dimitri.
   Rose doesn't like Christian so much. Rose seems to have opened her heart to Christian as a friend after they research Lissa's powers together, and hug as they leave.
   Rose is very strong willed, witty, sarcastic and such but in an interesting way. Not to mention the book is supposed to be serious, the characters are a lot more mature than the movie makes them out to be. Rose is sarcastic in a boring way. The directors, the Waters brothers, made this movie into a complete joke. Totally made it seem like a mean girls movie with vampires and Hogwarts (just by the clothes).
   Mia is described as having blonde ringlet curls that make her look like a doll. Mia is said to have cut her hair and has a pixie cut hairstyle that makes her look like a boy.
   When Rose punches Mia, It's portrayed seriously. When Rose punches Mia, It's portrayed as comedic instead.
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