The Vanishing Vampire: A Monsterrific Tale

The Vanishing Vampire: A Monsterrific Tale

by David Lubar
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The Vanishing Vampire: A Monsterrific Tale 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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AM_Donovan More than 1 year ago
Welcome to the charming town of Lewington. We have a wonderful elementary school, Washington Irving Elementary School, perhaps you’ve heard of it. Oh, that, how did you hear about that? Never mind, that situation was cleared up and there have been no further issues. Isn’t that oak tree lovely? Yes, the roots are breaking up the sidewalk, but it is such a lovely big tree. It is so sad that no one has built anything on that lot, yet. In this book, we go back to the town of Lewington (David Lubar has built a town where he likes to play, just like a number of authors before him) and meet Splat. He loves horror movies, his family (OK, there is a question about his older sister, but that is normal for boys) and has loyal friends. Little does he know that his life could become like a horror movie. When I was a kid, the bullies were bad enough, now throw in a vampire hunter and you really have problems. Faced with becoming a “person of the night” and just trying not to turn into charcoal on the next morning’s walk to school, as well as trying really hard to resist the “Hunger”, that could destroy almost anyone, let alone an elementary school student. The real story here is how Splat deals with this and the choices he makes. Because, let’s face it, choices are what make us and show our true selves. I’m rooting for you Splat.