Vamped

Vamped

by David Sosnowski
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Vamped 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 36 reviews.
angelkrisy More than 1 year ago
When I read it, I thought that it was awesome. it was funny and hilarious at times, but over all it was a really good book. It's one of the few books where I like the ending.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Are we the only ones left?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Like it so, ksep the story,conibvy
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
*Yawns.*
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He floats a little longer and he floats back down. Ok..gtgtb bbt.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nice
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Ash srhugged
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Add me anyone can
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This book is a down to earth discription of a vampire appocolipse turned funny. I personally have read through this book twice, and I am not one to read books twice. I thought it was amazing.
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asian_brave More than 1 year ago
Long story short...I read 150 pages in and STILL wasn't interested...I guess I kept reading because it just pains me to think that there's a book so awful, I can't even finish it. For God's sake, I READ TWILIGHT!!! And I think those books are horrible! The book boasts humor, true? This consists of profane, sarcastic comments that get old after the first chapter. I'm all about smart-ass remarks, but when that's all a book is, it just reflects the author's inability to come up with a good story line and...well...write. Granted, I didn't finish the book so I can't say if it ever turns around and becomes interesting, but I honestly can't imagine it does. I picked this book up to read a more humorous novel (I'm a romance chick) and see what it was like...Let's just say, because of this book, I'm staying away from anything that a review says is "hilarious." P.S. I only gave it one star because zero isn't an optioin...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The pace of the book is slow. The writer seems to use profanity simply for shock value. The profanity fits the description of a Screamer, but not Marty.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Okay, so here's the plot starter. The world has become ruled by vampires "The Vamped" and mortal humans are grown on farms to be sold off as children to the highest bidder as food. Along comes this old vamp named, Martine "Marty" and he's about to end his existence because he's bored when he finds this young girl of five or six, covered in blood, and trying to find help for her dying mother whose been attacked by a pack of child-like vampires. Although by the time Martin and the little girl, named Isuzu Trooper get to the scene, her mother is torn to pieces, and Martin decides he'll take the little girl home for some "delay" gratification and suck her try, only he falls in love with her and decides to play foster "daddy" and raise her as his daughter. *Spoiler Alert* In the end Isuzu goes all nuts. She starts letting this child-like vamp named Twit bit on her inner thigh as they have sex together, and her "daddy" Martin thinks they are just playing dress up and dolls; while his new vamp girlfriend "Rose" just tells him to "Just up and deal with it, what did you think they were doing." And then Isuzu at the ripe age of 18 can't wait to spread her legs and gets deflowered by some vamp "dude" named Robert "Robbie" who's a jerk, arrogant, and even I wanted to stake him as soon as possible. Although Isuzu, now dubbed Suzie wants to marry the jerk and have him vamp her instead of having Martin do it, her Foster Father, as it had been planned since the beginning, but oh no we have to do it this stupid way and let Robbie bite her on the wrist, like that's romantic (Roll Eyes) and then they marry and then Twit goes off with the vamp Pedophile Priest. Jeez, what an ending to a truly horrible storyline. Basically, this is one of the worse vampire novels I have ever had the displeasure of reading, and I've read a lot of vampire novels. Everyone out there, do not waste your time on this dribble, and go read a real vampire novel such as "Guilty Pleasure" by Laurell K. Hamilton, or "The Gentleman Vampire" by P.N. Elrod. Yet, whatever you do, don't buy this awful "Vamped" novel, because it is a complete waste of time, and the ending where Isuzu finally does become a vampire and no longer has to hide, because all the vampires of the world would prey on her, is just sad and awful the way it is written out; plus Martin didn't do a very good job of raising her, because he ends up being bulimic to start with and a blood whore to boot, letting both Twit and Robbie suck on her legs and inner thighs while she just lays there like a slut. And there are no steamy "sex" scenes so don't even bother searching through the book for some lesbian action to smile about, because there are none. This book is dead from the start. Let it stay dead and buried for good. The End.
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