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Vamps - Nancy A. Collins
Vamps
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When the sun goes down, New York's true elite all head to one place: Bathory Academy, where the young ladies of the finest vampire families are trained in shapeshifting and luring their prey. Bathory's reigning queen, Lilith Todd, is the daughter of a powerful vampire businessman, and she knows... show more
When the sun goes down, New York's true elite all head to one place: Bathory Academy, where the young ladies of the finest vampire families are trained in shapeshifting and luring their prey. Bathory's reigning queen, Lilith Todd, is the daughter of a powerful vampire businessman, and she knows exactly what she wants from life. She wants to look beautiful for eternity and party till the sun comes up with her gorgeous boyfriend, Jules. And she doesn't want any New Blood upstarts standing in her way. Enter Cally Monture, an unexpected threat from a trash zip code. When their first meeting leads to tragic results, Lilith is hungry for revenge.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780061349171 (0061349178)
Publisher: HarperTeen
Pages no: 235
Edition language: English
Series: Vamps (#1)
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sunsetxcocktail
sunsetxcocktail rated it
Started off quite amusing, coming across as Gossip Girl with fangs. However, the more I read, the less ams using the story became. Most of the characters were shallow and flat without any redeeming qualities, one or two turned out better than expected, but not really. I liked the use of the Van Hels...
Nina @ Death Books and Tea
Nina @ Death Books and Tea rated it
3.0
Lililith Todd is the daughter of Victor, a rich, influential Old Blood vampire. As a result, she is a "not very civil individual" (Credit to Iza for that nice way of putting it). At Bathory Academy, she is adored/hated in the way that not very civil individuals are. Enter Cally Monture, Newblood, po...
Muddled, Mystified & Marvelous Musings
Muddled, Mystified & Marvelous Musings rated it
3.0
As I said in my update, I enjoyed not thinking while I read. Some guilty little pleasure was satisfied reading it. The book was a bit cheesy and had some faults but it was not that bad yet, it was very predictable. It had no suspense even as it seemed that was what it tried to build. It reminded me...
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