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Eleventh Grade Burns #4: Chronicles of Vladimir Tod #4 Hardcover – Bargain Price, February 9, 2010
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"With many enthusiastic series readers, libraries...will likely see this book circulating heavily. " --VOYA
About the Author
Heather Brewer was not your typical teen growing up. She wore black, danced under full moons, and devoured every book in sight. She hasn't changed much. Today, Heather can be found writing in her funky, black Happy Bunny jammie pants, dancing under a full moon, devouring every book in sight, and attending renaissance faire in full costume (and in character).
When Heather's not writing, dressing up, dancing and reading, she's answering email, which she loves to get over at her website.--This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
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Please let me stress-- my son would not read a dang thing!!!!! And now, is so caught up in these books, he chose to read last night instead of watching TV. INSTEAD OF TV!!!!
I hope the Author takes that to heart. That she inspired a 13 year old to read on his own and actually IMAGINE the character and story-- something he has never been able to do before.
So for that, this mother thanks you!
School is something else that Vlad is feeling all good news/bad news about. Uncle Otis is teaching mythology, a subject that Vlad, now a Junior, is sure to enjoy. But Vlad has just learned that his former friend Joss - the Joss that nearly killed him with a stake through the back - is moving back to Bathory. That can only mean that Vlad is a target for the Slayer Society. And school also means that Vlad will have to see Meredith Brookstone every day. Breaking up with her to keep her safe from his growing blood hunger was the hardest thing that Vlad has ever done. He's not sure his broken heart can stand the daily reminders of what might have been.
In keeping with Vlad's maturity and the growing threats he faces, the fourth book in The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod is darker and grittier than those that have preceded it. As Vlad's destiny moves inexorably toward the prophecy of the Pravus, peril surrounds him at every turn. It seems that everyone Vlad knows and loves is in danger simply because they are important to him and Vlad is struggling with his need to protect them. As he grows into adulthood, Vlad discovers that only he can define 'the right thing to do.' Now he must find a way to do it.
Without giving anything away, its about a 1/2 vampire who is best friends with a vampire slayers cousin, dating the hottest girl in high school, and is sucking the life out of a goth chick whenever he gets hungry. Perfect life Right? Yeah, no... If you can't see where things could go wrong, eh. Throughout the troubles Vlad has made it through 3 books, this being the fourth and the fifth one on its way/out this is a great series for everyone, teens, tweens, my grandma even enjoyed the series (she's a big thriller and all around fantasy kinda person i.e Harry Potter, Twilight, even Percy Jackson). My girlfriend got me into them so yeah they are for everyone, don't be distracted by the "pretty" boy on the cover...
Leading into the actual product...
Great hardcover book, I own paperback for the first two, and hardcover for this and the third, Hardcover is always better, unless you can't spare that extra 3 bucks, go with hardcover.
All in all by this product and if you don't like it, just pass it on because 4 out of 5 people will like it (In my honest opinion)
Thanks for reading and ENJOY the product :)
Eleventh Grade Burns #4: Chronicles of Vladimir Tod #4
He's eagerly awaiting his next Tod book :) Me too, gives me a peaceful weekend.