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Eleventh Grade Burns (The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod #4)

4.32 of 5 stars 4.32  ·  rating details  ·  12,533 ratings  ·  550 reviews
Eleventh grade at Bathory High is draining Vladimir Tod. Joss, a professional vampire slayer and Vladas former friend, has moved back to town. The powerful vampire Dorian has an overwhelming desire to drink Vladas blood. And his arch enemy, DaAblo, has brought Vladas Uncle Otis to trial for crimes against vampires. So much for dating. When the tables turn on Vlad, he has j ...more
Hardcover, 313 pages
Published August 10th 2010 by Turtleback Books (first published February 9th 2010)
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I LOVED the end of this book. It wasn't at all expected, and as soon as I finished it I wanted more! Vladimir really matures throughout the course of the story, and I think his character becomes a lot more complex. At the beggining I was a little unsure, but by the end I cared for him so deeply.

Vlad matures a lot during the course of the story, mostly emotionally. Although he's a half-vampire, he's also a teenage boy. He has a lot to deal with even excluding his vampire issues.

I guess every high
Lissa Smith
You will cry and cheer as this larger- than- life story come pulsing together with an explosive end that will have you exhaling "OMG!"
Gabriela G
As always this book was amazing, I mean what else should you expect from Heather Brewer and her series of Vladmir Tod? If you thought book number 3 was action packed and amazing, then you really should brace yourself for book number 4! The blurb to this book explains eveything that happens in a nut shell:
"Eleventh grade at Bathory High is draining Vladimir Tod. Joss, a professional vampire slayer and Vlad's former friend, has moved back to town. The powerful vampire Dorian has an overwhelming d
Why haven't I been reading this series already? Vladimir Tod's story is a great vampire story - nothing sparkles, but Tod's half-human, half-vampire nature leads him to claim to prefer to not drink human blood (so kind of a vegetarian). The Slayer/vampire conflict will resonate with any Buffy/Angel fan, but the bromance (sorry, I just couldn't help myself there) will really appeal to male readers.

In this episode, Vlad's struggle with his junior year in high school and the heartbreak he feels ov
Oct 26, 2009 Gabriela marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Counting down the days... in February 2010 that book will be mine >_>
Marcus Lawson
I just finished this book a few weeks ago. I have followed Vlad since the first book. Mostly, the cover caught my eye, and as expected, the synopsis on the back sealed the deal. I was kinda iffy on the first couple of books, even though I did like them because evryone wants to compare to Twilight. These books stand alone, and are very much the male response to Twilight. But the biggest thing is that these books MAKE SENSE. They're vampires! They drink blood. They maim. They kill. As sadistic as ...more
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Once Upon
Let me start off by saying, the ending of this book left me with my jaw on the floor! Didn't see THAT coming!!!

In this book, we see the return of Henry's cousin and Vlad's former friend, Joss. Vlad made a tough decision at the end of book 3 and must deal with the consequences in this and the final book in the series.

Otis makes a return to Bathory and Bathory High a teacher. Vlad is enjoying having his uncle around more often, but it won't be long before he'll be gone forever. And a n
Rachel Fisher
Another blood sucking suspense by Heather Brewer,Eleventh Grade Burns. Vlad starts his Junior year with slayers gaining on his back. School is hard enough to handle, but with slayers trying to kill you, you have to work even harder. A vamipre that Vlad never knew about, Dorian, is out for Vlad's blood.Eddie is still trying to admit that Vlad is a vampire and it is so hard for Vlad to stop thinking about Meredith. A new character joins the suspense named Snow.Ever sense Vlad met Snow at the crypt ...more
Oct 03, 2011 Laurel rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: People looking for that special YA series
Recommended to Laurel by: My kickass sister
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This book.
This book has given me more emotion than I ever thought possible. Like...I thought My Sister's Keeper was bad. But Eleventh Grade Burns flew me out a window and laughed at my misery. I screamed at it, I cheered at it, I wanted to throw it down (for reasons of raging dread). If you are avoiding this because of vampires, don't avoid it. Please. This is good YA.

The story is about Vlad's junior year at Bathory High. It's gonna suck(hahaha), and he's dreading his Uncle Otis's trial for kill
I found this series gets more enjoyable with every book. I was drawn in more to the plot and I didn't find nearly as many faults with Brewer's writing style. I think she improved a lot with this book. And I also feel like it's a gradual improvement, which is good since I wasn't thrown completely into a story that was so much better written I had to question whether or not she really wrote it.

So things I did find troubling, first off, was that she got rid of two of what I considered her best char
The only thing I can say after finishing this book is....Oh... My... Goodness!! This book was FILLED with twists and wonderful teenage drama. Vlad still attempts to renew his friendship with Joss, there is a new girl on the scene, plus there is the little life or death situation with his uncle. Everything goes down in this book and by the end... if you aren't thinking "Did I read that right?" as you reread the same page just to be sure, you are not human.

I still love how the book brings in all
The penultimate book in The Chronciles of Vladimir Tod is the darkest entry yet in the series. Vlad is facing threats and problems on all fronts, including his Uncle Otis' trial which may result in the death penalty and a former friend turned vampire slayer intent on staking Vlad. A mysterious and powerful vampire has come to town to assist in Otis' trial, but he brings with him an intense taste for exotic vampire blood...and Vlad's is the most exotic of all. Despite all the vampire drama, Vlad ...more
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Clarissa G
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The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod

By: Heather Brewer

Heather Brewer was born September 21, 197 in Missouri where she lives with her husband and children. Heather was the author of the The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod series from 2007 to 2010 and a few other books. She started as a young adult author when she wrote her first book in graphic novels department. Most of her books have to do with mystery tipe, what's going to happen next, type books.
Eleventh Grade Burns By Heather Brewer is a Fiction,Supernatural, Action-Packed Book about a Teenage Vampire in his Junior year in High school Named Vladimir Tod.This book starts where The 3rd book 10th grade bleeds left off where Vladimir Breaking up with a girl Named Meredith, His Uncle Otis Otis Being Trialed for Murder. In this Book We learn how Vlad Overcomes His Battles in school, His Personal Life, and His Secret Life And I can Tell you it is going to take you for a ride.

There Are so Many
Bianca Lara
This book is about a sixteen year old boy,named Vladimir Tod.He happens to be half vampire, and half human.When Vlad was just nine, his parents died.He blamed himself because, he had switched off their alarm clocks.He now has a guardian, Nelly who was a friend of his mom.His only relative now is his uncle Otis.Vlad suffers a lot during the last few years.One there are so many other vampires are trying to kill him.Like D’Ablo, yes that’s how it is spelled.Anyways D’Ablo is trying to steal Vlad's ...more
Can I please just say that the end of this book is AMAZING!?!? I can't find my jaw guys, it fell off and I just can't find it darn it. I mean, SO much happened in the last chapter. I literally went from depression over what previously happened to jumping with excitement, staring at the wall, time froze, and I lost my jaw in the process due to my shock (and gaping mouth from that shock!)

BEST ENDING EVER. I am like so stoked. I am just ecstatic right now. Thrilled. Hopeful. Dying with curiosity. T
This book is about a boy/vampire named Vladimir Tod, living, and trying to survive as a half breed. The story takes place in a small town in Bathory where it is home to just one school Bathory High. As Vladimir enters his first year as a junior he runs into some serious problems. First he defends himself, and almost fatally injures a fellow vampire which is against almost every vampiric law out there. Secondly he falls deeply in love with a human girl named Merideth, and can't stay away from he ...more
Excellent novel. A lot of gripping emotion, drama and humour that has you hooked from the first page. If you're a fan of paranormal/vampires, I highly recommend. If you're not a fan, then I wouldn't recommend. But all in all a great book.
Tristan Hardin
I recommend this book to everyone. It's great, full of action and your left with a cliffhanger. Heather brought back Joss which always makes things interesting. It's a great book and it was fun to read.
mayra/sonic fan1
yai this book is really awesome but everyone should read all of the series trust me this book is awesome i like the first novel the setting there was a good choice to put the characters.
It was a great book, keeping me reading until the end. Speaking of the end, it was amazing, made me want to read the next one.
Melissa Simons
Reese and I read this series over break on her Kindle. Harry Potter meets Twilight :)
Jacob Andrew Wright
Things have taken a turn for the worse for Vlad, as his old friend Joss, who is a vampire slayer, moves back to town, D'Ablo comes back and has a new plan to completely get rid of Vlad, and new over powered vampire enters the picture with new that will change his life. With danger lurking in every corner, hes going to have to train harder.

This book was incredibly addicting to read, this book like all the other ones are more intense then the last, not to mention the insane cliff hanger. Would def
I was just sucked into this book. I couldn't stop reading it. So this book was about a half-vampire half-human teenager named Vladimir Tod. Vlad is in Eleventh grade and he thinks that he is done with D'Ablo (a vampire that is trying to kill him) and done with Joss (His best friend's[Henry:] cousin) but it's not. Joss returns to Bathory to kill Vlad(He's a vampire hunter) but also to steal Mederith away from Vlad. Joss wasn't the only one who came to visit Vlad, so did Vikas, a very old vampire. ...more
In Vlad's junior year of high school he is facing even more vampire drama. His uncle otis's trial is scheduled, he is still dealing with the guilt of feeding off of Snow, and Joss is moving back to town.

Overall I felt that the book was more of a transition rather then a standalone story. However, 3/4s of the way through the story took a turn that I did not expect. In fact it was so gasp worthy I couldn't put it down.

Otis's plight was compelling. His relationship with Vlad is growing and evolvin
What did I think of Vlad and his world? I loved it, both as a mom and a reader.

The author did a great job dropping in past events so I had no problem understanding what was happening in the book. Vlad is a teenage vampire who's entering his junior year of high school. Instead of worrying about AP classes and ACT or SAT tests, he's trying to keep his family together, protect his friends and keep himself alive. I loved how the author kept Vlad down to earth, and slipped in things that would concer

Vlad Tod is finally a junior in high school, which should be a good thing for a regular teenager right? Unfortunately, we know by now that Vlad's not normal, he's a teenage vampire. As if that wasn't enough of a problem, his former friend Joss, who turned out to be a vampire slayer, is back in town. As well a new vampire has entered the town, his name is Dorian, and he has a shocking secret for Vlad, and he also has a big desire to drink Vlad's blood. Death seems to be threatening from every ang
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Heather Brewer was not your typical teen growing up. She wore black, danced under full moons and devoured every book in sight.
She hasn’t changed much.

Today, Heather can be found writing in her funky, black Happy Bunny jammie pants, dancing under the full moon, devouring every book in sight, and attending Renaissance Festivals in costume (and in character).

When Heather's not writing, dressing up,
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Other Books in the Series

The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod (5 books)
  • Eighth Grade Bites (The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod, #1)
  • Ninth Grade Slays (The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod, #2)
  • Tenth Grade Bleeds (The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod, #3)
  • Twelfth Grade Kills (The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod, #5)
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