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The fanged fabulousity of Vamped, FLUX's fastest-selling new release, is back!

Gina's Rules for Surviving Super Spy Club Training:

1. First, the dirt and sweat are just too horrible to contemplate.

2. Unless you enjoy cold showers, be the first one to the bathroom in the ...

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Overview

The fanged fabulousity of Vamped, FLUX's fastest-selling new release, is back!

Gina's Rules for Surviving Super Spy Club Training:

1. First, the dirt and sweat are just too horrible to contemplate.

2. Unless you enjoy cold showers, be the first one to the bathroom in the morning.

3. Cargo pants make you look hip-py.

4. Making out on missions, unless it's part of your cover, is totally grounds for extra push-ups.

5. When going goth, you've totally got to strike words like totally, awesome, and phat from your vocabulary.

6. Who's actually running the Super Spy Club, you ask? I could tell you, but then I'd have to kill you.

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Editorial Reviews

VOYA - Ava Ehde
Gina Covello, the hip fashionista vampiress, is back in her new role as Geneva Belfry, super spy for the government. Unfortunately, all her fashion and color sense must be suppressed since her first mission is as an undercover transplant goth-girl at Maureen Benson high school where falling test scores, low attendance and sudden outbreaks of violence have been noted. Bobby, the smart and sexy boy that turned her into the vampy vixen she is today, is sent undercover, with his special powers, as one of "the brains," while Ricky gets in with the local jocks. Together, they must learn more about the negative energy and violence that seems to be poisoning the local teens. Geneva and her minions, armed only with their new combat skills, garlic bombs and wooden stakes must take on the undead, lead by none other than Rasputin of Russian history. This is a witty vampire romance/adventure with plenty of heart and action. Diver has written a supernatural sequel to Vamped (Flux, 2009/VOYA August 2009) that will attract even reluctant readers. It is filled with wry twists, such as the difficulties of trying to apply mascara when, as a vampire, you don't have any reflection in the mirror, as well as all the typical agonies of being young and trying to fit in. Reviewer: Ava Ehde
Kirkus Reviews
Gina, the 17-year-old fashionista of the undead, is back and as sassy as ever (Vamped, 2009). Having put down the vampire queen who was so anxious to cut Gina out in order to take control of Bobby, Gina's one true love forever, this dynamic duo is now working for the so-uncool Feds. Assigned to go undercover as an emancipated minor, she has to infiltrate the local goth clique to see if they are behind some of the recent local disturbances at a rural high school. Black just does nothing for her, which she knows even without having a reflection in the mirror. But nothing stops Gina for long. Before you know it, she is cruising around town in a tricked-out hearse with a new posse of goth friends, butt-whipping jerk jocks and riding to the rescue of one and all. Thoroughly enjoyable, this sequel is a light, fizzy read. The plot isn't what matters here; listening in on Gina's thoughts and quick-witted dialogue is what makes this such a treat. (Paranormal romance.12 & up)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780738721293
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 9/28/2010
  • Series: Vamped Series , #2
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 406,425
  • Age range: 12 years
  • Product dimensions: 5.20 (w) x 8.01 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Lucienne Diver is the author of the popular Vamped series for young adults. Her short stories have been published in anthologies by Baen Books, and she contributed an essay to the Dear Bully: 70 Authors Tell Their Stories anthology from HarperTeen. Diver lives near Tampa, Florida, where she works as a literary agent.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 27, 2013

    Jet

    Here :)

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  • Posted April 23, 2013

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    Author Lucienne Diver has created a unique and captivating serie

    Author Lucienne Diver has created a unique and captivating series. Her protagonist, Gina Covello rocks!


    A touch of romance, some humor and suspense makes it for a pleasurable read—a charming saga sure to hook any YA reader. Heck, you don’t even have to be a YA reader to enjoy reading it.

    If you want to escape to an awesome world of vamps in action, I highly recommend reading Vamped and Revamped. Can't wait to see what Gina does next!

    Congrats to Lucienne for creating such a great story.

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  • Posted March 7, 2011

    excuse me

    het wildarcri fo u have anything against percy snd harry if so read the lost hero

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  • Posted December 15, 2010

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    Are you Vamped?

    I Have read the 1st book to this series, which is called Vamped, (soo original right?!),. And i love the way Gina Cavello thinks, its her wits and Smart-Alec attitudde that make her lovable and kick-buttish! She is really cool and thats all so please read!!

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  • Posted December 11, 2010

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    Is it over already

    That is what I was saying when I got to the end of this book. I get the same feeling after reaching the end of this that I did when reading the last Harry Potter or Percy Jackson book. I need to know when I can get the next one.

    I really love all of her work. Lucienne knows how to write with a good mix of drama, action, humor, and sarcasm. You just have to know what is on the next page.

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  • Posted October 14, 2010

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    Reviewed by Randstostipher "tallnlankyrn" Nguyen for Teens Read Too

    Gina Covello's life described in six words: Still a vampire, also a spy! However, not so much one of those sexy spies like on Alias or anything. After defeating the vampire vixen who turned her current boyfriend, Bobby, and taking a deal with the Feds that offered protection, Gina is back with a vengeance... well, not a vengeance, more like a mission. Turns out the Feds needed Gina and her minions to go undercover and help them solve some mysteries. Gina's current mission? Go to Maureen Benson High and pose as a new student, Geneva Belfry, who is recently divorced from her parents. Sounds easy, especially with Bobby going undercover at the same school with his "twin brother," Rick. The only problem is... Gina must go GOTH! So much for a wardrobe allowance. Regardless of her current state of forced fashion, and terrible living quarters, Gina must complete the assignment as to why the smart ones are becoming dumber and the jocks are becoming even more vicious, and the students as a whole are acting more vacant during school than the normal teenager would. Add in a little jealousy, romance, a new, nasty nemesis who is preparing for yet another battle, and once again the hilarious view of the world through Gina's eyes, and you get REVAMPED, the kick-butt sequel that everyone has been waiting for. As always, Gina does everything with sass and style, even if she dreads what she is wearing, and her interactions with Bobby aren't so bad, either! Lucienne Diver gives her fans a sequel to VAMPED that will satisfy them but leave them wanting just one more sequel, or maybe two.

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