Vampireville (Vampire Kisses #3)
For goth-girl Raven, dating her dream boyfriend is complicated, especially because Alexander's secret means that they can see each other only at night. And now the pair must be extra wary in the dark with Alexander's archrival, Jagger, appearing around town. As if Jagger isn't enough cause for worry, Luna, his strikingly pale sister, has also surfaced and seems to have her...more
First, the author keeps reminding you how "gothic" this girl is. The author basically described shopping at Hot Topic: black lipstick, Nightmare Before Christmas clock, etc. (Don't get me wrong! Nothing is ...more
Raven and Alex are trying to stop them in another adventure in Vampireville!
I read all three first books in a day (stuck in traffic into t ...more
In the third installment in the Vampire Kisses series, we have our cast of regulars plus the vampire twins from Romania, Jagger and Luna. Craziness ensues when the twins try to lure Trevor to the dark side (unbeknownst to Trevor) while Alexander and Raven do their best to foil their plans.
This book w ...more
There were some unexpected things in Vampireville but of course Raven and Alexander are still going strong. I wonder when he'll just give in and turn her into a vampire.
Among some of my favorites. Outstanding literary work. The characters are well developed, interesting. The liked characters are likable and the hated are unlikable. The writing is captivating enough to keep you interested until the end and leave you wanting more. It has a fairly original or uniquely well-developed plot. ...more
Someone really needs to just turn her into a vampire already. I don't see how she could have fooled Luna or Jagger even for a minute about being a vampire.
I also really don't like this depiction of vampires: the garlic, sunlight, coffins, blood. It's all just very childish, but I'm guessing that was the goa ...more
My mind is blown how a book so stupid can be so good.
You are? Me too. See if you think too much about the book it is REALLY STUPID SOUNDING
BUT, when you don't think to hard, the book appears REALLY INSANE GOOD! Soooo I try not to think to hard.
And then read this series. Right. Daphne's got it.
See but the thing is I LIKE THIS SERIES! I truly do. See I wasn't able to express this in my reviews of books 1 and 2 because I was tired/had things to do, but here. Read this list.
GOOD THINGS ABOUT THE B ...more
Trevor may have been Raven's arch nemesis since kindergarten, but that doesn't mean that she wants him to fall victim t ...more
When E.S. started exploring the reality of being a vampire as compared to the romanticized version in Raven's head, I was really excited, however, that train seems to have left the stati ...more
Schreiber's writing and plotting continues to get stronger. Raven definitely sounds more mature than when we first met her and I'm happy that Raven is finally starting to realize how much she'll sacrifice should she become a vampire.
I must admit, though. Maybe it's because I finished rereading The Vampire Diaries now too long ago but I'm ...more
I'm a little surprised these books don't get better ratings. I am really enjoying the series and like the authors writing style. These books are very PG and and probably geared more towards preteens and youthful readers, but even so, the stories are light, fun and easy to get into.
In this book, Raven and Alexander's story continues in a way I was not expecting. There are a couple of little hiccups they have t ...more
I would like to have seen a bit more action in each book as opposed to one or two big action scenes but then again each scene only brings me closer to each character. I love them all, I love the Gothic descriptions of all things Vamp or goth. A birds eye and unique view into how a TEEN vamp might live if they ...more
When I returned from London, I relocated to Chicago where I lived for five years. There, I graduated from the Second City Training Center and performed improv, Shakes ...more
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