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The story centers around a family from the suburbs of Detroit who has moved to a small, gated community in Malibu, CA. And can dual out during the day. Must redeem within 90 days. May 29, Pam rated it liked it Shelves: This book put a fun spin on both the traditional vampire story and the “high school popular crowd” story.
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Jason didnt fit the heights but liked the outcome partie This was the best vampire book I have read. I hadn’t heard much about this series, and came across the books while browsing Bbloodlust for some new reads, all the books in the series were going cheap, so I bought them all.
See, when I see the words ‘beach’ and ‘vampire’ together, my mind immediately goes to The Lost Boys so when I finally picked this up after some puttering around, I kept going to Barnes and Noble, picking it up and putting it aex down and bought it, I was half-expecting something somewhat similar. I liked the idea of it being read from a guys perspective, I read half way through twilight and got bored of belle’s repetitive droning about life, Edward and wolfboy.
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Which is good and keeps you interested for the next book. I quite liked this book. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. For me, the book moves at a snail’s pace, the writing is overly-simple, and the plot is supremely predictable.
The new guy from Michigan, Jason a,ex fits in with the popular crowd. If you’ve read any of my other reviews, you might already know that.
Bloodlust & Initiation
There are these moments where you know exactlty what’s going to happen. I thought the autho This book was about a guy who is 18 and moves to California. He is even happier when his new class-mates are friendly and welcoming. They get a unbelievable truth in which there’s no going back from, vampires do exist This is a story about a family that moves from Michigan to Malibu, California.
Sienna turns out to be a little on the slutty side because what would the books be without some teenage romance angst? These kids are vampires from some of the oldest, most powerful families in America. This book was very interesting. This was an easy read with good pace but yes it was a bit predictable and on the cliche side with the wholesome new kid in school falls for the irresistible vampire.
Inoffensive, fun stuff, fast-paced, and strongly reminiscent of R. May 03, Jennifer Wardrip rated it liked it Shelves: It was cool with the original Buffy. One night a girl ends up dead, who also happwened to be adams girl friend. Its a real page turner if This is a great YA vampire novel. Anything worth reading is all shoved and resolved within the last third of the book.
Bloodlust (Vampire Beach, book 1) by Alex Duval
Unlike any other vampire romance I’ve read about, the protagonist is actually a boy! There wasn’t much extraordinary. Then jason finds a girl from school dead on the beach. I’m now looking forward to reading more of this s I was really surprised how different these books were from Twilight and all the other vampire cliches nowadays.
I wanted more investigation, more conflict, more story. This is a fabulously glam and sexy take on the classic vampire story – these vamps can live pretty normal lives, no garlic or coffins for them!
vloodlust Usually I hate books that feature “wild, out-of-control parties, but this seemed to be the exception. The events of both books really happen around him as opposed to to him. They weren’t just emasculated.