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The Vampire's Kiss

(Nightmare Hall #22)

3.36  ·  Rating details ·  73 ratings  ·  6 reviews
A Salem University co-ed mourns the loss of her deceased boyfriend Lucas, and becomes alarmed when she realizes that one of the new young men in her life is really Lucas returning as a vampire to lure her to the other side.
Paperback, 145 pages
Published April 1st 1995 by Scholastic Paperbacks
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Paula Brandon
Oct 23, 2016 rated it did not like it
If you look at the copyright page, this was actually written by Nola Thacker! A little internet research will tell you that Nola Thacker also wrote under the pseudonym D.E. Athkins. I never liked her books much either!

"The Vampire's Kiss" is stupid. Even the fact it's the shortest book in the series doesn't help. Plus, other than the "Vampire Twins" books, I'm really not a fan of YA vampire books from the 90s.
Dec 19, 2012 rated it did not like it
Please do not confuse the awful Nightmare Hall books ghost written by Nola Thacker with the near genius Nightmare Hall books written by Diane Hoh. Nola Thacker wrote Roommates #2, and it was good, but it was so poorly written. The Last Date #11, also Thacker, was written in that same horrid I-know-how-today's-teens-talk, lingo. Same case with The Vampire's Kiss.

Thacker and Hoh have such different styles that you know something is off even if you haven't taken the time to read the copyright page
May 15, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: my-collection
Hoping to move on in her life Janie goes to college and drowns herself in work to forget her dead boyfriend. However when strange incidents start to occur and someone is murdered the memories come flooding back. When the evidence points to a vampire Janie starts to wonder what is going on. Is her best friend trying to set her up, could there actually be a vampire (maybe the strange guy at work or the hot guy she met at a party) or could it be her boyfriend is back from the dead? Will Janie be ...more
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I wanted so much to like the book because of its premise... but god damn it.
May 24, 2012 rated it really liked it
"interesting" is all I can really say on this book, since it's not that bad but it wasn't a different style of a vampire story either...In the beginning I was really confused on who Lucas was, but I finally figured it out after a couple pages.
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Feb 10, 2012 rated it liked it
"confusing" was my best one word description of this book in junior high.
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Diane Hoh is the author of fifty-seven novels for young adults. She grew up in Warren, Pennsylvania but currently resides in Austin, Texas. Reading and writing are her favorite things, alongside gardening and grandchildren.

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