Ninth Grade Slays (The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod Series #2)

Ninth Grade Slays (The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod Series #2)

by Heather Brewer
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Ninth Grade Slays (The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod Series #2) by Heather Brewer

If middle school stunk for Vladimir Tod, high school is a real drain. Besides being a punching bag for bullies, he’s still stalled with dream girl Meredith, and he’s being tailed by a photographer from the school newspaper. Needless to say, practicing his vampire skills hasn’t exactly been a priority for Vlad — until now. A monumental trip to Siberia with Uncle Otis is Vlad’s crash course in Vampire 101. Training alongside the most gifted vampires is exactly what Vlad needs to sharpen those mind-control skills he’s been avoiding. And he’d better get it right, because the battle brewing back home with the slayer who’s been stalking him could be Vlad’s last.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781441868473
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Publication date: 07/20/2010
Series: Chronicles of Vladimir Tod Series , #2
Edition description: Unabridged, 6 CDs, 7 hrs. 2 min.
Pages: 6
Product dimensions: 5.10(w) x 7.00(h) x 1.50(d)
Age Range: 12 - 17 Years

About the Author

Heather Brewer was not your typical teen growing up. She wore black, danced under full moons and devoured every book in sight. She hasn’t changed much. Today, Heather can be found writing in her funky, black Happy Bunny jammie pants, dancing under the full moon, devouring every book in sight, and attending renaissance fairs in costume (and in character). Heather doesn't believe in happy endings...unless they involve blood. She lives in Missouri with her husband and two children. Her new series, BLOODBOUND, is slated to be published in Fall 2011.

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Ninth Grade Slays (The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod Series #2) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 516 reviews.
mutekid016 More than 1 year ago
Vladimir Tod is a great series that goes through the average teenage life that a normal ninth grader goes through. except for the trip to Siberia and his mind reading powers or the fact that hes half vampire living with his loving aunt. the drinking blood from the hospital's blood bank that his aunt is a nurse at probable isn't normal either. His life is put in danger when a vampire slayer stalks him and mr. otis is on the run. An excellent read for any YA.
Cariblogs More than 1 year ago
My heart breaks for all the loss that Vlad has experienced at such a young age. In Ninth Grade Slays Vlad starts his first year of high school. While four years have passed loosing his parents is still very present and time has not made it easier. Vlad blames himself for the death of his parents and as a result he carries so much guilt with him. So many times I wanted to reach out and hug him! Uncle Otis sends letters often, but hasn't visited since the last book. Vlad hopes that Otis will move to Bathory and have a relationship with his aunt Nelly. Otis makes it clear to him that his dating Nelly would be against vampire law and could not do it. In similar luck Vlad can't find the courage to tell Meredith how he feels. Henry, his best friend and drudge, is spending more time with the popular crew and is a little girl crazy. This creates a distance between the two and Vlad wishes Henry would make their friendship a priority. Henry's cousin Joss moves to town and he and Vlad become instant friends. Joss even saves Vlad from high school bullies. During winter break Otis comes to take Vlad on a trip to Russia so that he can learn more about his vampire skills. Otis doesn't mention that the man who will teach him also taught his father. Not being taught about the vampire ways Vlad doesn't feel comfortable using many of the vampire powers. While in Siberia they honor his father and Vlad grieves among vampirekind. With new and old enemies Vlad is finding his secret is harder to keep. I found Ninth Grade Slays to be a great book that both male and female readers will enjoy. I can't wait to read Tenth Grade Bleeds!
minion4ever More than 1 year ago
Full of sarcasm, humor, action, mystery, and vampires, this book has something for everybody!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this series! I have read them all many times, and keep falling in love over again! Vlad is so sweet, and even though he is a vampy, if he were my age and did not have a crush on Merideth, I would love to love him! He has so many challenges, such as not spilling his secret, his parents deaths, bullies, and crushes, as well as being a Freshman. He draws a fine line between goth, and full out half vampire. Hint, hint, to the person who commented on December 11th!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I usualy hate vampire series,they're too romantic,and make me want to gag. Howeve vladimire's like your ordinary goth kid with secrets that makes you feel sympathetic. This book is carcastic, smart and has just enough action to make even the romntic scenes seem kinda cool. (I mean unless you like that whole edward ,bella thing...im sorry but id rather chew off my oun arm and recarnate it into a diseased cat)...just saying.
elizabethbennet More than 1 year ago
been about a month since i read it but i did like it and was alot better than the first one in the series, i like the new charecters onboard for this book. if you like twilight series, house of night, and our other vampire series i think you will like this one too maybe even more so cause it is a guys perspective and i think thats hot....
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Book review This book is about a boy named Vladimir Tod who has just started ninth grade. Vlad is half-human and half-vampire, secretly. Only a few people know about his secret him, his uncle, his aunt Nelly and his best friend Henry. Vlad has many things to deal with; bullies, a newspaper photographer, a vampire slayer and even his past. Vlad has an uncle named Otis who is a vampire and his uncle takes him to Siberia. He goes there to work on his vampire skills like telepathy and mind-control. Vlad’s life is in danger and he discovers many things that could eventually hurt him. Is it any good? This book in my opinion was really fascinating and I loved it. I'm actually going to read the whole series! In the middle I think there could have been a little more action but when I got to the end it was definitely worth the wait. I was astonished and it was such a turning point for me. This book is filled with a thrilling adventure and I really fell in love the character Vlad. I recommend this book for Young Adults.
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Suck balls
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;( i dont like the book
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I loved it omh