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Cat the Vamp

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As a child, Catherine Taylor never understood why her parents were so secretive and distant. After the death of her grandmother, Cat's parents take her to a mysterious castle called Blacklune. They explain to her that they, and she, are vampires, part of a hidden community co-existing with humans. Now that she's of age, Cat will be initiated into the community and undergo ...more
Hardcover, 222 pages
Published December 1st 2009 by By Light Unseen Media (first published November 22nd 2009)
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Wicked Lil Pixie (Natasha)
Feb 01, 2010 Wicked Lil Pixie (Natasha) rated it did not like it
Cat The Vamp follows 18 year old Catherine (Cat) Taylor through finding out she is a vampire after her grandmothers death and moving to a castle to “learn” the ways of a vampire. What I liked about Christina Martine’s take on vampires is that they can go out in the sun and the only difference they have from humans is they are born with less energy which requires them to drink small amounts of blood. Cat ends up meeting Morgan, who she has been dreaming about and finds out he’s also a vampire.

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Mar 24, 2010 Stephanie rated it did not like it
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A book that, on the surface, seems like a typical YA vampire novel but once you get into it, is very different both in style and in language.

The language used here is extremely profane and, at times, seemed forced. I felt like the author didn't really know how teenagers talk because, truthfully, teenagers do NOT talk like that half the time. All the profanity and whatnot just seemed extremely unrealistic. It threw me off and made me gasp in shock at how "teenagers" really talk - which is complet
Ellz Readz
Jan 30, 2010 Ellz Readz rated it liked it
My thoughts...Cat the Vamp is not your typical young adult vampire novel. This book reaches beyond sparkly vampires and romantic blood exchanges. It is dark and dangerous. Catherine, affectionately known as Cat, is a new vampire. She learns at the young age of 18 that she is being sent off to receive special training so she can learn to about her new life. While there, she makes some new friends, including a very handsome young man named Morgan. Morgan and Cat instantly bond, in a very erotic ...more
Jul 04, 2010 Sara rated it liked it
Cat the Vamp is definitely darker and edgier than a regular young adult vampire book. If you're tired of goody two-shoes vampires like Edward Cullen, this is the book for you! Because Cat? She's not one to say no to blood, and she definitely doesn't sparkle!

The main character in this book, Catherine, was an interesting person. She acted so adult at times, casually drinking (we're talking both alcohol and blood here) and smoking - just to act like a child the next minute, being in a water and mud
Victoria Durm
Jun 15, 2010 Victoria Durm rated it it was amazing
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I just finished the book, Cat the Vamp by Christine Martine. This book was very unique, and presented a lot of firsts for me.

I finally got a chance to see what 3rd person Onipresent was. I hadn’t read a book in that point of view before. Martine does it in a way that is not as confusing as I imagined it to be.

I like the characters, and the relationships between all of them. Morgan and Cat are a hot pair! I think Amber and Zach make a great complimentary pair.

The vampire verse that Martine has cr
Book Review Diva
Apr 07, 2011 Book Review Diva rated it really liked it
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Christina Martine- Cat The Vamp

Cathrine Taylor knew she was different from a young age. On Cathrine's 18th birthday her parents take her on a surprise trip. This trip will take Cathrine on a whirl wind journey into the world of becoming a vampire. Along the way, Cathrine will meet the love of her life and make life long friends. Cathrine will have to learn how to deal with her new found knowledge (that she is a vampire) and how to control her blood lust.

This book reminded me a lot of Harry Pot
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