November 3, 2009

Reformed Vampire Support Group by Catherine Jinks

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Nina has been a vampire since the 70's. Fortunately, she has never infected anybody else because she has a support group full of other vampires. However, when one of the other members in the group is killed with a wooden stake the group begins to fear for their lives. They begin an investigation into who killed Casimir which leads them down a trail they never expected.

This was great book about vampires. It was comedic and looked at vampires in a totally different light than most vampire books. Even though Nina is trapped in the body of a 15 year old, she acts her true age of 51. Because of this and several other things, I felt the book should be an adult book rather than a young adult book. Overall it was a great book, but I would not recommend it to teens who are wanting a vampire book similar to Twilight. This is completely different in a fun way.

Posted by Lisa at November 3, 2009 4:00 PM