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Publisher Description

Doug Lee is undead quite by accident—attacked by a desperate vampire, he finds himself cursed with being fat and fifteen forever. When he has no luck finding some goth chick with a vampire fetish, he resorts to sucking the blood of cows under cover of the night. But it's just not the same.

Then he meets the new Indian exchange student and falls for her—hard. Yeah, he wants to bite her, but he also wants to prove himself to her. But like the laws of life, love, and high school, the laws of vampire existence are complicated—it's not as easy as studying Dracula. Especially when the star of Vampire Hunters is hot on your trail in an attempt to boost ratings. . . .

Searing, hilarious, and always unexpected, Fat Vampire is a satirical tour de force from one of the most original writers of fiction today.

GENRE
Young Adult
RELEASED
2010
July 27
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
336
Pages
PUBLISHER
Balzer + Bray
SELLER
HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS
SIZE
826.6
KB
AUDIENCE
Ninth Grade

Customer Reviews

alexStudio ,

Disappointing...

Starts out rocky - steadies out for the most part and is pretty good for most of the book - then the last two chapters will blow your mind; never have you seen a good story turn to utter crap so fast. Worst ending I've read in a long time.

JAMES MARTIN ,

Sparks like flint hitting stone.

Gums itch, pulling lips at a confused wanting...wanting this story to breach it's acne adolescence into something not quite adult but not too far removed from that - revered and holy - a memory of our budding awareness. An awareness of more than awkward longings, of teenaged lustings. The lustings themselves chart the same confused course that are familiar to every one of us.

Sharp Teeth tethered to metal braces. Striving for that painful ache of becoming. Wanting only to have everyone know that maybe we are all ok; unabashedly that I (that universal yet solitary I) am ok. Doug is ok; we are fine.

Thoroughly enjoyed. Highly recommended.

juuust_jerry ,

Suspenseful and shocking!

The ending kinda confused me...but it was PHENOMENAL!!!

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