Team Human: a high-school vampire novel doesn't suck (it rocks)


7 Responses to “Team Human: a high-school vampire novel doesn't suck (it rocks)”

  1. Anon Kopimi says:

    The question on everyone’s fingertips:

    Do they SPARKLE in the daylight?

  2. eviladrian says:

     Would a hundred year-old vampire really want to hang out with high school kids?  I find them hard enough to relate to at 32, or do vampires just never “grow up” and keep acting like teenagers forever?
    Wouldn’t someone like that be unbearable as you started to outgrow them?

    • Antinous / Moderator says:

      “Never make a child vampire” is a pretty fundamental trope of vampire canon. But apparently, 18 year-olds are fair game for being eternally stuck in their mindset.

  3. simonbarsinister says:

    Is it even LEGAL for a 400 year old to date a 17 year old?

    • Antinous / Moderator says:

      If you were a fan of paranormal romance, you would know that there’s no such thing as a 400 year-old; that would be a 17 year-old who’s been 17 for 383 years.

  4. Perry Ellis says:

    Don’t know that I will read this any time soon…but thanks for the review.

  5. David G says:

    An other than in age, this differs from True Blood and the Twilight movies how?  I’m a “sucker” for a good vampire tale, but you’ve got to do more to sell me than this.  DG

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