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Eighth Grade Bites by Heather Brewer
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Feb 04, 2009

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Read in January, 2009

This book was pretty good, though it had a complicated story. Another thing was that it rushed right into the story, went slow-mo, then rushed to the end. Other than that, it had lots of subtle humor thrown in, and it was mostly fast paced. It's not a book I'd want to give an award to, but it's still worthwhile.

Vladimir Tod is a vampire, and he's trying to fit in with the rest of his eighth grade class. Ever since his parents dies in a fire, he doesn't know if he's far a vampires go. Vlad doesn't even know if there are any other vampires. But he just tries to wing it and hope for the best.
When he's exploring his attic, he finds clues to his dad's journal. In the journal, he says that he was on the run from Elysia, because he fell in love with a human. Apparently vampires are never supposed to be near humans...unless it's for drinking blood. So Vlad's father was treated as a criminal, a wanted man.
When Vlad's substitute teacher starts getting close to Vlad's secret, he fears that the people after his dad are now after him....


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