Cavers: A Vampire Tale [NOOK Book]

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Cavers: A Vampire Tale (Cavers #1)


Looking forward to her fifteenth birthday and a new school, Allie Carter finds that all is not as it seems. Curiosity leads to the discovery of vampires at her school, in her classrooms, and in her town. More curious is the fact that her new best friend, Sara Johnson, is in league with them or a vampire ...
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Cavers: A Vampire Tale

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Overview

Cavers: A Vampire Tale (Cavers #1)


Looking forward to her fifteenth birthday and a new school, Allie Carter finds that all is not as it seems. Curiosity leads to the discovery of vampires at her school, in her classrooms, and in her town. More curious is the fact that her new best friend, Sara Johnson, is in league with them or a vampire herself. 

As she seeks to prove her friends role, Allie is drawn into an unforgiving world of power and death. Instead of running for her life, she joins a secret society dedicated to helping the vampires remain hidden. Allie becomes a caretaker to the adorable five-year-old Lila and must teach her to blend into human society, but if she fails, the young child will be killed.

To navigate the vampire world and educate the children, Allie (and girls like her) receives injections: she runs faster, leaps higher, hears and sees better with increased strength and agility. These girls are one-step away from becoming vampires themselves, influencing their children, fighting in their wars, becoming the hallmark for integrity and dedication as they help to shape the future of the vampire world. Will Allie have so much fun that she forgets the danger or to educate and protect young Lila or will she rise to the challenge before her? And what of the parents she loves? Will turning her back on them be worth risking all when the vampire princess wants to kill her for pure pleasure? Only time will tell.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016307725
  • Publisher: R.G. Richards
  • Publication date: 2/6/2013
  • Series: Cavers , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,293,719
  • File size: 681 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2013

    Teenage girls from the local school are recruited as nannies for

    Teenage girls from the local school are recruited as nannies for vampire children. Lured by supernatural powers they can posses, these girls throw 
    caution to the wind and have a blast until townspeople discover the unholy creatures. Battle ensues and the girls must choose sides. A great whirlwind 
    of a story. I highly recommend this to all.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 18, 2014

    This would be a good book for teens who like vampires. Allie fi

    This would be a good book for teens who like vampires. Allie finds out vampires are real, & they need babysitters. Nice idea! I thought Mr. Richards could have done a better job keeping the townsfolk happy & unknowing. It seemed that many of the townsfolk are upset about missing kids, I would have thought since they have been raising vampires there for years the townsfolk should know & work together. There was a moment when Allie & Sara stay the nite, & some foul language was used, it didn't seem appropriate for the characters to use that. The prophecy needs to be explained a little better. GL Mr. Richards

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2013

    Good story

    Very much enjoyed the book. I would recomend this to everyone..fun read

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