Eighth Grade Bites
Publish date: August 16th 2007
Publisher: Dutton Children's Books
Pages no: 172
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Urban Fantasy
, Middle Grade
Series: The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod (#1)
Spoiler Rating: High Hey Ashers, I know you love my rantiest letters, so I’m addressing this one to you. (Consider that your warning.) Eighth Grade Bites was the quick, fluffy read I’d expected. It was also ridiculously nonsensical—ridiculous to the point that I kept dropping the book to go ra...
Struggle, bewilderment, whimsical.Vampire 'teen' issues.
I bought this because the series title amused me, I loved the cover, and I vaguely remembered hearing good things about it. Unfortunately, it did not work for me.It started off well enough. Vlad's life was an appealing mix of normalcy and vampiric details. He'd hang out with his friend Henry and bas...
I didn't really enjoy this. Scrap that, I HATED this book. The characters didn't have very strong personalities, there were cliques thrown everywhere, the book was predictable and see-through as ice and frankly, if I didn't promise myself to finish every book I read, I would've certainly not have fi...
Just boring as Hell. Couldn't finish. And it's only 180 pages, so yeah, it was so boring I couldn't stomach it THAT long.