Thirsty

Thirsty

by M. T. Anderson
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Thirsty 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 77 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought this was an awesome book I had never really read a real horror/suspense book before, but I thought it was really good, showing the perspective of a nerdy teenage boy just trying to be normal but can't because he's turning into a vampire. I defintely recommend this book.
sgmaxx More than 1 year ago
i sugest reading it a great book wish there was another
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Funny, true to life, tragic, filled with teen angst, and with a strong dose of the spernatural, Thirsty is a must-read for anyone thats a fan of the dystopian!!!
Perry-the-Ducktipus More than 1 year ago
This book was perfect! Suspensful- but yet not too long! I really loved this book and personally felt it had a deeper meaning...for each person this meaning could be different. Read it- it'll leave you *thirsty* for more!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So basically this book deserves a 5 star review because it's awesome in every way. I almost can't describe how awesome it is. MT Anderson is one of the funniest authors I know and everything in this book makes me laugh. It's supposed to have some deep metaphorical meaning about how confusing it is to grow up and act like an adult when you're young, but all that aside, this book is just funny as heck. The author is sarcastic and witty as he tells the story from the main character's point of view. Plus, it's about vampires, and who doesn't like vampires? I think this book is super underrated because I hadn't of it before I decided to read it. But it really is amazing so I recommend you find a copy right now and read it--it will change your life. Seriously. P.S. If you like the books Spook and Stiff by Mary Roach, you'll probs like this book too
Micman2756 More than 1 year ago
I thought this book was a real thrilling book that you can never put drow because you don't know what going to happen next in the book. Aslo i thought tath it would be a very good book to recomed to other look family members or friends. I hope they make a second one because it a ciffhager a the end. Ihope you like reading the book if you do.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The plot is very creative with many twists and events The characters are very funny and are not serious all the time like in every other vampire book The tone is dark enough to please vampire fans but not so overbearing that you feel depressed reading it You won't regret trying this
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LauraIrrgang More than 1 year ago
I've heard great things about M.T. Anderson, but this book was not as popular as other works like Feed and the Octavian Nothing books. As a debut novel, I thought it was amusing, but I would have liked a stronger ending. Anderson's writing style is quick and witty, and I'll definitely check out other books. My take: Emerging vampirism as a metaphor for puberty=funny! Swelling teeth, thoughts of blood lust, etc. I also enjoyed the main character's passive aggressive frenemy and the ridiculously named Chet, the Celestial Being. The world Anderson creates is believable, but has a camp sensibility. The cover is pretty brilliant, too. I like a simple image with a sense of humor, don't you? I'm still wondering how to pronounce the name of the evil vampire lord, Tch'Muchgar. I've searched the internet, but can't find anything. Does anyone know? I can't get it out of my head. I wander around like a crazy person, muttering different pronunciations to myself.
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curious-or-arrogant More than 1 year ago
I read this book when it first came out, and I fell in love with it. You have to realize that in this society that vampirism is real and they are treating them like subhuman. The main character is dealing with trying to remain on to his humanity, well finding out if anyone knows that he is a vampire, he will be killed. Even by his own family, his own mother. And the ending imagery is beautiful. Well, horrible, but beautiful. This is not a good book if you do not like thinking or getting thrust into a different world. The writer, writes in the POINT OF VIEW of the main character, who is a younger male. You must keep this in mind. As well as illusions to other books, and history. I love this book and recommend it to my friends and my book group (who loved it as well).
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