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Vampire High by Douglas Rees
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Nov 28, 2010

really liked it
Read in November, 2010

A fun read, a new twist to vampires yet again, and a new look at small town New England life. Interesting to set this in an area where witch trials were predominate in the 1600's and this was even then a community of vampires from the old country.

Cody thought funking school would solve all his problems, and yet being enrolled in Vlad Dracul Magnet School only sank him into more interesting, life changing problems. His first problems was trying to integrate himself into a school community were he was a minority - a human being, and then he was required to play on the school water-polo team who not only never won a game but really had no clear idea of how to play water-polo.

Not only was Cody a likable character, but so was his newest friend Justin, and it doesn't hurt that Cody is quickly marked by the local vampire princess so the other vampires are required to leave him alone, but that doesn't stop Cody from getting into trouble.

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