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Mass Market Paperback , pages. Published August 5th by HarperTeen first published August 1st More Details Original Title. Vampire Kisses 1. Raven , Trevor Mitchell , Alexander Sterling. Other Editions 7. Friend Reviews.
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Sort order. She constantly dreams of embracing the darkness and she seems to have hit the jackpot when she meets a boy, Alexander, who she suspects might be a vampire. The world setting isn't realistic, considering that Raven stands pretty much alone as the freak of the town without any worries whatsoever. If only it were that easy in real life… So why the three stars? Because this book is not meant to be taken seriously. View all 8 comments.
I was expecting a lot more from this book. I felt that the characters were very stereotypical, two-dimensional and that the story was predictable. Also, I hate the kind of stories where the two leads 'fall in love' in a matter of 24 hours, etcetera This is what happens with Sterling and I guess I shouldn't have expected a lot more from this book when the main characters name is so silly. View all 23 comments.
Jul 26, Kristy rated it it was ok. With a title like 'Vampire Kisses', I, the reader, would assume that a: this book has vampires in it b. They might even all be true to a point, but not in the way I had expected or wanted! Really, we don't even know "our guy" is a vampire until pretty much the last page!!! You might assume it or think it, but the author does her part to make us think it's just a ruse My brain feels smushy from reading this.
The main character's name is Raven She is sooo tragically emo, it's sad From her black lipstick to her black fingernails and combat boots, Pretty much everything about her drives me insane!!! Not becuase she is a black wearing goth, no, it's her character. She is stupid. And the way she is written, it acts like she is better than the "normal people. You know the type, you probably don't like the type For Your viewing pleasure This goes with my Kermit comment!!!!
View all 19 comments. This book is way too coincidental. Allow me to discuss the irony, which Vampire Kisses has more than enough of and this is still an understatement. The main character's Raven parents used to be what she called "hippies" when she was a kid. Now, if her parents were hippies, why would they name her kid "Raven?
I understand that I may be stereotyping the whole concept of being a 'hippi This book is way too coincidental. I understand that I may be stereotyping the whole concept of being a 'hippie' here, but that is exactly what the characters, and, indirectly the author herself, are doing anyways — stereotyping. From 'hippies' to goths to vampires, et cetera. And another thing about her name - isn't Raven a goth name? How in the world did those two "hippies" know that they were eventually going to raise a goth kid?
I believe so. On another account, Raven has no character whatsoever apart from being totally shallow and self-centered. Character development nor thought processes can be found here, which caused the reading experience to further decrease in enjoyment, and increase is disappointment. Now to the part on vampires.
This "gentlemen home-schooled" boy. The author portrays him as a vampire, no doubt about it. Where is the blood-sucking? The 'O woe is me, the light is burning me to ashes! I personally do not recommend this book. To anyone.https://kinun-houju.com/wp-content/mohufac/1159.php
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Unless you like the cliche kind of thing. I really don't know. View all 11 comments. I really enjoyed this book. It was very funny and now I must read the next in this series. Mar 11, Penny rated it did not like it Shelves: y-read-young-adults-fantasy , reviewed. The facts have no union; is like watching a bad TV series, a succession of changing scenes but with no explanations anywhere, and a bunch of systematized ideas and shallowness. What a painful, painful read. View all 4 comments. Vampire Kisses is a really great book.
I found it to be very original and absolutely hilarious. There were parts where I just couldn't stop laughing because Vampire Kisses is a very very funny book. Vampire Kisses was really interesting too.
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I found myself reading more and more and more of it and ended up finishing it because it's just a book that you want to keep reading. Vampire Kisses was thoroughly enjoyable and I will forever remember parts of it. I loved all of the characters, they were all Vampire Kisses is a really great book. I loved all of the characters, they were all really well-written and had their typical attributes.
I really liked Raven, I had quite a soft-spot for her as she was caring and different and didn't care what anyone else thought of her. Alexander was a great character too, he was such a cool vampire. He wasn't cocky or arrogant or anything like that. He was really shy which was quite cute. This book had me laughing all the way through.
I found the ending to be a sad one though.