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Vampalicious! (My Sister the Vampire #4)

4.29  ·  Rating Details  ·  3,200 Ratings  ·  97 Reviews
Ivy and Olivia can't lose each other again!

Even though twin sisters Ivy and Olivia, separated at birth, have only been reunited for a few months, they can't imagine life without each other. But Mr. Vega has decided to move to Europe--and he's taking Ivy with him! Oh, no! With Olivia's cheerleader optimism and Ivy's vampire craftiness, they're determined to come up with a p
Paperback, 208 pages
Published March 1st 2008 by HarperTrophy (first published 2007)
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Jennifer Wardrip
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VAMPALICIOUS! continues where RE-VAMPED! left off. Ivy and Olivia have solidified a bond between them, which only twin sisters can share. It doesn't matter that neither knew the other existed, or that one is human and the other is a vampire. They have just found each other this school year and will do everything they can to stay together.

Now that Mr. Vega has decided to move to Europe for his new job, Ivy and Olivia and their assortment of friends band tog
Feb 29, 2016 Daisy rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Girls of ages 7 - 15 but I'm sure anyone would enjoy it if they gave it a chance!
Wow. Sienna Mercer really deserves a medal or something for this book! It's so feel-good that I was grinning through the entire thing - apart from in the bit where we read a some entries from Charles old diary, that bit was really moving! (not that I teared up or anything, not at a kid's book . . . or maybe just a little)
Even though this series is aimed at kids to pre-teens, the way it's written is so mature (yet still entertaining and fun) and I don't think I'm ever going to grow out of it! The
Oct 23, 2009 Megan rated it it was amazing
Shelves: gina-champion
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Monique Radford
this book really shows you how to be sad and it is about two friends who find out that the are sisters at franklin grove middle school. their names are ivy and olivia. ivys a vampire and olivia is not a vampire. the two grils want two stop ivys dad from leaving but it does not work. then they find out that ivys dad is their dad so they throw a party and i did read all of it but i dont know if he stayed
Jun 01, 2016 Anu rated it really liked it
Shelves: nuoret
Tulipa sitten tätäkin kokeiltua. Englanninkielisen kirjan lukeminen ääneen ja suoraan suomentaen. Kun jumitus iski, typy googlasi kännykällä tuntemattomia sanoja ja välillä pohdittiin yhdessä pitkään sitä, miten joku vampyyri/gootti sanonta olisi parasta suomentaa. Kääntäminen muuttui huomattavasti sujuvammaksi kun lukaisin loppukirjan vaivihkaa etukäteen. Kääntämisen hitaus/kankeus ei ilmeisesti kuulijaa ihan hirveästi haitannut, sillä aloitimme saman tien osan viisi.
Kirjassa vilahti muuten var
Katie Rodante
Jan 04, 2011 Katie Rodante rated it really liked it
A good ending to the series. These books were all light and fun, I'm glad to have read them.
Sep 05, 2009 Lacey added it
it is such a good book i tell everyont to read it
Dec 17, 2010 Iyania added it
cool i loved it i have all of them
May 18, 2010 Isabella rated it it was amazing
Great book! A great happy ending!!!
Oct 03, 2010 Cherise rated it really liked it
Two 13 year old girls bump into each other at school. Ivy is Goth and has lived in Franklin Grove most of her life, Olivia is sunny and has just moved into town. When these two girls meet they soon discover under the Goth dark looks of Ivy and the peppy pink cheerleader looks of Olivia that they are identical twins. Identical except that Ivy is a Vampire and Olivia is a human. Both girls have known they are adopted, but neither knew that they had a twin out there somewhere.

This is the fourth boo
Jan 05, 2010 Dominique rated it really liked it
Shelves: fantasy
My sister the vampire is about two sisters(twins)Ivy(vampire)and Olivia who just met each other in a little town called Franklin Grove after being seperated at birth.
Now that Ivy and Olivia are just now getting to know each other there father announces that Ivy and him will be moving to Europe in 6 days! Oh no!Will Ivy and Olivia find a way keep Ivy from moving
Aug 11, 2009 Michelle rated it it was amazing
this was pretty good but i havent read the first three so it's very confusing. i'm trying to figure out how to read books online. lol wish me luck!
Oct 01, 2010 Sloane rated it really liked it
Shelves: sloane-s-shelf
I really like how interesting a series of books can be without it being very hard to understand. This series shows me that very well. Good job!
Mallory Pinson
I swear! I'm leaving this!! Ugh...saying bye to my niece. *grumbles about stupid, captivating childrens books*
Janet Blowers
Jul 07, 2010 Janet Blowers rated it really liked it
Shelves: young-adult, vampires
Can't stop now - my daughter is reading them as fast as I am!

7/7/10 - Super sweet ending. Totally cute vampire story for kids.
morgan old
It is interesting and I like the drama it kind of spices up the book a lot it is easy though and I want to get a higher level
Shu Ni Lim
Feb 09, 2010 Shu Ni Lim rated it really liked it
Shelves: vampires, fantasy, family
It had a delicate ending, not too strong nor weak. It makes you feel like everything was finished perfectly.
Nov 25, 2010 Snowy rated it it was amazing
just like re-vamped... i really enjoyed this booked and i really recommend this book!!!
Peace Econee Lim Shu Ni
Jul 12, 2009 Peace Econee Lim Shu Ni rated it really liked it
Shelves: vampires
This is such a nice ending for such a nice novel - drove me to tears...
D.M. Dutcher
Jan 19, 2015 D.M. Dutcher rated it liked it
Two sisters, one vampire and one human, try and convince their vampire dad not to separate them by moving to Europe. Meanwhile, there's cheerleading and parties, and trying to get dad a date with one of the single female vampires in town.

I'm coming in on the last book in the series, but this was a sweet, fluffy book that has a lot of charm. Don't expect vampire hunters, but expect vampire snack food, the Holiday Bat, vampire slang, and dealing with the trauma of The Wizard of Oz. I have a soft s
Ashley FL
Jan 26, 2010 Ashley FL rated it really liked it
As these things go, this one is a winner.
Dec 19, 2009 Aj rated it liked it
I learned this was a little too easy.
Nov 25, 2010 Charank20 rated it really liked it
Shelves: can-not-put-down
it was a pretty good book
Jan 08, 2016 G rated it it was amazing
Ivy is moving to Europe (It's based in the USA) and nothing will make her happy about it. The gloomy Ivy is even more gloomy than usual, but, there is a positive thing; Ivy and Olivia have found there real dad and he is.... Karl Lazar, otherwise known as Charles Vega! Ivy Vega's! so called adoptive dad! these two twins have plucked up enough courage to tell there best friends Camilla and Sophia the truth-but will they believe them?.......

A brilliant book, or should I say a, Vampalicous Book! Mus
really funny
Aug 26, 2009 Annajean rated it it was amazing
Lauren Tong
May 24, 2010 Lauren Tong rated it it was amazing
So So Good!
Nov 18, 2010 Kelsey rated it liked it
Important info. Switched (book review). Fangtastic! (book review) Re-Vamped! (book review)

"Ivy and Olivia can't lose each other again!

Even though twin sisters Ivy and Olivia, separated at birth, have only been reunited for a few months, they can't imagine life without each other. But Mr. Vega has decided to move to Europe—and he's taking Ivy with him! Oh, no! With Olivia's cheerleader optimism and Ivy's vampire craftiness, they're determined to come up with a plan that will keep Ivy and her dad
Jan 31, 2014 Gaby rated it it was amazing
Another great book in the My Sister's a Vampire series. Oh whats that? You don't know what the book is about? Well, its about two girls called Ivy and Olivia, who soon find out they're twin sisters. The catch? Ivy is a vampire. Join these two as they go through high school, which is even harder when you are trying to keep the fact that vampires exist a secret. Also, since they look identical, they like to pretend to be the other for a bit, just to keep things interesting.
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Sienna Mercer grew up in Toronto, Canada. She was an only child, and always wanted a brother or sister – especially a twin. A twin would have been awesome! Sadly, she never got that sister so, when she was grown up, she did the next best thing - she wrote books about a girl who reminded her of herself, and gave her the most fun, fabulous twin she could think of!

Sienna began writing stories when sh
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Other Books in the Series

My Sister the Vampire (1 - 10 of 17 books)
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  • Fangtastic! (My Sister the Vampire, #2)
  • Re-Vamped! (My Sister the Vampire, #3)
  • Take Two  (My Sister the Vampire, #5)
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“Are you going to spend what might be your last your last few days together in Franklen Grove sulking and sighing? Or are you are you going to make the most of them?" "Im a profetional sulker," Ivy replied "And I have a very dramatic sigh,"Olivia said and sighed dramaticly.” 30 likes
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