The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod

The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod

Eleventh Grade Burns

Book - 2010
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Another year at Bathory High goes bad for Vlad Tod when his former friend Joss, now a vampire slayer, returns to town, a mysterious and powerful new vampire, Dorian, arrives with a thirst for Vlad's blood, and archenemy D'Ablo brings Vlad's Uncle Otis to trial.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Dutton Children's Books, c2010
ISBN: 9780525422433
9780142416471
Branch Call Number: BREWER
Characteristics: 309 p. ; 22 cm

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Levi_Hayes Oct 27, 2015

Why couldn't all her books be like this one? Real vampire problems, more things happening along a better plotted timeline, and an actual cliffhanger ending that made me want to pick up the next book because I wanted to, not because I needed to finish the box set to see if I wanted to sell it or not. Reading this book helped me ignore all the problems with the previous three, and her writing was so much more evolved. I get that the series follows Vlad from when he's 13 to when he's 17/18 and that the writing matures as he does, but it's written in third person... if it was written in first I would forgive that, but third is more objective so there's no reason for sounding like an eight year old. I do still wish the end encounter with Dorian didn't seem to be so random though. More development around him might have been nice.

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Haven0406
Mar 04, 2012

omg!!! i'm soo "commentless" right now!! no words describe how good of a series this is <33

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