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  • Series: The Watchers (Book 2)
  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: NAL Trade; Original edition (March 6, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 045123572X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0451235725
  • Product Dimensions: 0.9 x 5.5 x 8.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,211,247 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Veronica Wolff is an award-winning, bestselling author based in Northern California. She writes for the Penguin Group in several genres, including Scottish historical romance, time travel, contemporary romance, and young adult.

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Veronica Wolff is an award-winning, bestselling author based in Northern California. She writes in several genres, including Scottish historical romance, time travel, small town contemporary romance, and young adult vampires. Visit her at veronicawolff.com.

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The characters in this novel are greatly developed, and highly likable.
Jenny
I love Veronica Wolff`s take on vampire mythology, as it is so completely new and fresh.
Erica
Vampire's Kiss is Veronica Wolff's second book in the Watcher's series.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Vikki Scott on March 9, 2012
Format: Paperback
Let me start this review off with a round of applause for author extraordinaire Veronica Wolff. Seriously people, I'm ready to bow down to this woman's feet to pay tribute to her literary genus. Vampire's Kiss is Veronica Wolff's second book in the Watcher's series. In book one "Isle of Night" we are introduced to Annelise Drew, a brilliant, sarcastic, charming teenage girl, who due to an unkind life and an abusive drunk of a father is lonely, self conscious and unsure of her self-worth. Through a series of events she is whisked off the mysterious and deadly Isle of Night where a clan of vampires makes its residence. Annelise's only chance of survival is to become a watcher, which serves as liaison, intelligence officer and assassin for the vampires. We are also introduced to an amazing crew of character in Isle of Night, who are back for more in Vampire's Kiss. Annelise is spectacular; she struggles so hard to mature while inevitably falling into bouts of childish emotional tantrums, which for the highly intelligent and less innocent Drew was amusing to read. Vampire's Kiss takes Drew on an off-island covert mission to rescue a missing Master Vampire McCloud. She plays"Green Hornet" to Master Alcantara's "Kato" and learns that there are more things to fear that goes bump in the night. I don't want to giveaway any spoilers but what would be the point of a book titled "Vampire's Kiss" if there isn't say a kiss. This book was an awesome read; there is so much excitement and tension not to mention it was inarguably one of the best reads I've read in a while. I laughed, I cringed, I cried, and then cringed some more. Do yourself a solid and pick up the Watcher's series, you'll love it!

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jessica S. on March 22, 2012
Format: Paperback
Wow! Veronica Wolff's Vampire's Kiss was just as awesome as the first book! I honestly cannot decide which is better of the two! They are both so wonderfully written it is hard to choose just one, as you may know I can rarely ever choose just 1 fave book!

It's summer time, really this takes place before Annelise starts her second year there, but this is going to be one helluva summer! She passed the final test not that long ago, Lilac is gone. So all should be well. There's just the other girls there now, and her friend Emma. But Annelise has a new set of enemies now. And it's the upper class. Lilac was bad enough on her own, but when all the older girls, like Masha.

But angry girls is only one of Annelise's problems. She seems to have a lot on her mind as she gears up for the mission Alcantara keeps mentioning to her. In fact the first 3/4 of the book is Annelise preparing and dealing with her student body enemies. I was wondering when, if ever, she would go on this mission. For she planned to make her grand escape during this trip as well. Which I found odd. She is enjoying excelling at this school, yet she still yearns to escape. And maybe join the CIA or some other such company and use her super cool skills. It was just a little odd since she does seem to enjoy her time at the school despite the bullies.

And then there are the boys! Yes, she still secretly pines for Ronan, maybe not "pine", but the crush is still there.Yet Ronan isn't as much. He's distant, and her Proctor Amanda seems to be as well. She can't help but notice the looks the two share when they think no one is looking.

Another interest is actually the vampire Alcantara, which I can't figure out. It might just be the whole vampires are sexy thing, but I can't get a bead on it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nina on July 11, 2012
Format: Paperback
Isle of Night is one of my favorite vampire novels from last year, and the ending left me counting the days until Vampire's Kiss was released. Then a friend told me that the ending of Vampire's Kiss would leave me just as desperate, and so I ended up waiting a couple of months before I actually got around to reading it. I don't know what it is, but I just hate waiting for sequels, and so I put off reading until closer to the next book's release. Anywho..

Vampire's Kiss was really good, but it lacked some of the tension from Isle of Night. Where IoN had the whole survival-of-the-fittest competition thing going for it, VK focuses on Drew's preparations for her prize as the winner: her off-island trip with smoking hot, super scary vampire Alcántara. I really liked the interactions between Drew and Alcántara; she is playing with fire and knows it, but can't seem to stay away, and he is an ancient vampire, so who the heck knows his motivations for anything, right? As much as I liked this part, I wish there had been more Drew + Ronan time, as I just love the two of them together. Some of the minor characters from Isle of Night finally get some more attention, and the little romance that's starting off between two of them was adorable.

I was expecting this book to start off with Drew's off-island trip, but it takes quite a while for her to actually get there as she needs to be trained in everything from business German to ballroom dancing. When the mission finally comes around it is plenty action-filled, but it was all over too quickly for my taste. The mission did bring about some huge changes though, as well as introducing a new character who's going to be important in the next book, so I am super excited to read on!
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