The Reformed Vampire Support Group
Publish date: April 20th 2009
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 362
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Urban Fantasy
A story of a vampire group in Australia who find themselves investigating a murder of one of their number, not that several of them didn't mind that he's dead! It is quite entertaining that they're trying so hard to be normal and the meeting group are almost like an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. ...
This book was good. I really liked the plot of the story and the characters. Nina is a good narrator. I like Dave because he was kinda like the hero. I like Ruben because he was the lively person of the group and I felt bad for him because his life sucked. I also liked Father Ramon becuase he was a ...
3.5-3.75 starsThis is a different one - with how sickly and weak and scared the vamps are, it definitely doesn't fit in with the sexy vamps or the horrow vamps. They are co-dependent and mostly whiny. I actually kind of liked this for awhile, it just got a tad old as the story wound on.I liked Nina ...
This book, like so many others, begins with the author proclaiming, "Everything you know about vampires is wrong!" and ends up leaving readers with the impression that nearly everything they knew about readers is, in fact, right. Jinks's vampires do sleep during the day, drink blood, create other va...
Imagine a group of vampires who have chosen to live the "vegetarian" lifestyle, avoiding the inevitable awkwardness that arises from drinking human blood. No, it's not Twilight. Instead of being godlike, sparkly, glamorous, and sculpted, Australian author Catherine Jinks's vampires are weak, nervous...
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