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The Reformed Vampire Support Group by Catherine Jinks
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Aug 17, 09

really liked it
bookshelves: 1age-middle-school, 1age-junior-high, supernatural
Read in August, 2009

Nina writes a series of popular books about Zardia Bloodstone, a powerful and righteous vampire, who can control people with her eyes, has uncommon strength and reads minds. But Nina knows that vampires aren't really like that, because she is one. Being a vampire isn't all it is cracked up to be in books like Twilight, in fact it is worse that being an elderly human. Nina lives in her mom's basement, eats guinea pigs for breakfast, is constantly nauseous and is pretty much permanently infirm. Nina is a part of the Reformed Vampire Support Group, a therapy group for vampires who do not hunt humans, and has been for the last 30 or so years. One night, carpooling to the session, one group member doesn't answer their door. When the vampires get into his apartment they realize that one of their own has been slain! Nina and fellow vampire Dave set off with group leader Father Ramone to find out who killed their friend.

I listened to this on audiobook and it was fabulous. Listening to it read by an actual Australian person made a big difference. I would recommend it to just about anyone, as long as you can stomach all the stories about throwing up blood!

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