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The Reformed Vampire Support Group by Catherine Jinks
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May 12, 2010

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'The Reformed Vampire Support Group' tells the story of Nina, who looks 15 years old but is in fact 51 years old after being bitten and becoming a vampire in 1973. Nina's main problem (apart from being a vampire) is the fact she still looks 15 years old, still lives at home and is part of The Reformed Vampire Support Group, a group of vampires, who do not bite people and live their lives as normally as possible, the weekly meetings consist of the same complaints by the same members, something Nina finds very boring, so she spends her time writing her moderately successful Zadia Bloodstone novels, where Zadia Bloodstone is a kick ass vampire, who does everything that Nina can't do.

The group is thrown into disarray when one of their members is killed and all of the evidence points to the murder being committed by a slayer, who is the slayer? can the group prove to the slayer that vampires can live in peace and will Nina ever be happy with her hairstyle?

'The Reformed Vampire Support Group' is a fun read, not to be taken seriously, all the characters have their own story and its was different to read about vampires being helped with treatments and support.

As mentioned, a fun read, if you get the chance to read it ~ enjoy!

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