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The Reformed Vampire Support Group

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

Reviewed by Sarah Bean the Green Bean Teen Queen for TeensReadToo.com

Forget everything you knew about vampires. They are not sexy, stylish, rich, or powerful.

Nina has been a 15-year-old since 1973 when she was first turned into a vampire. Now she attends vampire support group meetings with her fellow vamps, who are sickly and living ...
Forget everything you knew about vampires. They are not sexy, stylish, rich, or powerful.

Nina has been a 15-year-old since 1973 when she was first turned into a vampire. Now she attends vampire support group meetings with her fellow vamps, who are sickly and living off the blood of guinea pigs. It's not a fancy life at all!

Nina's life is boring (although she does use her experience as a vampire to write vampire fiction). So when Casimir, the vampire who originally turned members of the group, is found staked in his apartment, Nina's life is about to be an adventure. The killer knows who and what they are, so The Reformed Vampire Support Group sets off to save themselves and finds a dangerous journey along the way.

This is not your typical vampire story. These vampires are grumpy, cranky, and not glamorous at all. But that's what makes them fun.

There were a lot of characters to keep track of in the beginning and the plot started off sort of slow, but keep with it and you will have a delightful and funny mystery.

posted by TeensReadToo on September 3, 2009

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

This book.....was really bad... I hate criticizing books because

This book.....was really bad...
I hate criticizing books because I know i can't to any better than the author, but I really did not enjoy this book. Not one bit. It wasn't exciting, nor was it funny, or filled with surprises! I was shocked by the lack of awesomeness bec...
This book.....was really bad...
I hate criticizing books because I know i can't to any better than the author, but I really did not enjoy this book. Not one bit. It wasn't exciting, nor was it funny, or filled with surprises! I was shocked by the lack of awesomeness because the summary makes it sound like it had amazing potential to be a bestseller. I guess not. :(

posted by Perry-the-Ducktipus on July 16, 2012

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  • Posted September 6, 2011

    BRINGING IT AND BRINGING IT GOOD

    The book "the Reformed Vampire Support Group," is phenominal.There's just the
    the right amont of romance,but the book is mostly adventure.I really enjoyed
    the book.Not to serious,but not completly light and fluffy either.Think
    this book will appeal to alot of people.It's also refreshing to have a good
    young book not set in america.And of course novampire book is complete without
    a werewolf so keep that in mind.
    Also I found the book having a slow start. I did enjoy this book very much. I would recommend this book to youth. It has a bit of every genre, just to name a few; Drama, Comedy, Farce, Horror and many more. Yet it is not too scary or gory. The style the author used to write the book was used in a humorous way.
    My favorite part of this book was when Nina went to the reformed vampire support group.The meetings were about how to learn not drink human blood. it is my favorite part because she is actually taking the human life into consideration. I relly liked this book and i bet anyone who reads this book will like it to.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 11, 2011

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    In the Dark.

    Our protagonist is quite detailed oriented; therefore you will receive an in-depth description of the gory, bloody life of a former, recovering vampire. This storyline is not for the faint of heart, it might just suck the life out of you. Ha! Ha! When one vampire "dies" the mystery and suspense begin. What is the connection between the "death" of this vampire and Cobar? What is out at Wolgaroo Corner? And who, what, and where does this search lead to? Walk into the vampire world with the protagonist and find out. Storyline really picks up once you read to page 203.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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