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Tenth Grade Bleeds (The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod Series #3)

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9 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

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i have a few words to say. now usally i write big review that i will sometimes poor my guts into but right now i really love this book its characters and the general story!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! if u know whats good for u read this book u will fall in love with it from the st...
i have a few words to say. now usally i write big review that i will sometimes poor my guts into but right now i really love this book its characters and the general story!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! if u know whats good for u read this book u will fall in love with it from the start!!!!!

posted by BOOKFANLL on October 25, 2009

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10th Grade Bleeds? More Like This Book Bleeds!

10th Grade Bleeds by Heather Brewer from the series The Chronicles of Vladimir Todd, is about a teenage vampire, Vladimir. Vladimir is a sophomore in high school and life is tough for him. He is often made fun of because he's different although no one knows he's a vampi...
10th Grade Bleeds by Heather Brewer from the series The Chronicles of Vladimir Todd, is about a teenage vampire, Vladimir. Vladimir is a sophomore in high school and life is tough for him. He is often made fun of because he's different although no one knows he's a vampire. He is being tracked down by Ignatius, a vampire who wants to kill him because of Vladimir's status as a pravus, a vampie who cannot be killed. Vladimir tries to live a normal teenage life while protecting himself and the ones he loves from Ignatius and the vampire council. The theme of this book, is that no matter how hard you try to live a normal life, it doesn't always work out because some people are just too different, like Vladimir. His life is somewhat normal but he always has to watch his back for the vampires trying to kill him and he can't have a girlfriend for fear of sucking her blood and people will always make fun of him because of how different he is. What I liked about this book is that the chapters about Ignatius are very gory and full of imagery, like on page 3, it says "Ignatius drew the curved blade along the whetstone slowly, the gritty sound filling his ears. It had to be sharp, sharp enough to slice into bone if necessary....But if the boy gave him any trouble, Ignatius would take his bloody pleasures slowly, so that the boy felt every bruise, every cut." (Brewer p3). However, what I don't like is the way Vlad tells his story in this book. It sounds very much like this book is told from a girl's point of view. For example, it says "The tears poured down Vlad's cheeks. 'Then why? Why can't you stay?'...Time passed, but Otis's car kept shrinking. Just like Vlad's insides." (Brewer p44-45). Vlad's emotions are more like a girl's than a guy's which makes the story more confusing. People should not read this book unless they like a lot of emotion coming from an over sensitive guy. It is a good story, but the wording just does not flow well.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 23, 2009

    10th Grade Bleeds? More Like This Book Bleeds!

    10th Grade Bleeds by Heather Brewer from the series The Chronicles of Vladimir Todd, is about a teenage vampire, Vladimir. Vladimir is a sophomore in high school and life is tough for him. He is often made fun of because he's different although no one knows he's a vampire. He is being tracked down by Ignatius, a vampire who wants to kill him because of Vladimir's status as a pravus, a vampie who cannot be killed. Vladimir tries to live a normal teenage life while protecting himself and the ones he loves from Ignatius and the vampire council. The theme of this book, is that no matter how hard you try to live a normal life, it doesn't always work out because some people are just too different, like Vladimir. His life is somewhat normal but he always has to watch his back for the vampires trying to kill him and he can't have a girlfriend for fear of sucking her blood and people will always make fun of him because of how different he is. What I liked about this book is that the chapters about Ignatius are very gory and full of imagery, like on page 3, it says "Ignatius drew the curved blade along the whetstone slowly, the gritty sound filling his ears. It had to be sharp, sharp enough to slice into bone if necessary....But if the boy gave him any trouble, Ignatius would take his bloody pleasures slowly, so that the boy felt every bruise, every cut." (Brewer p3). However, what I don't like is the way Vlad tells his story in this book. It sounds very much like this book is told from a girl's point of view. For example, it says "The tears poured down Vlad's cheeks. 'Then why? Why can't you stay?'...Time passed, but Otis's car kept shrinking. Just like Vlad's insides." (Brewer p44-45). Vlad's emotions are more like a girl's than a guy's which makes the story more confusing. People should not read this book unless they like a lot of emotion coming from an over sensitive guy. It is a good story, but the wording just does not flow well.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 13, 2013

    It suld be two and onehalf

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  • Posted August 27, 2009

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    This was a gift for a friend's middle-school teenage son who wanted a vampire series that wasn't all "girlie" like twilight.

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