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I might can’t see why Vlad was so in love with her since in Eleventh Grade Burns, there’s not much chemistry between them.

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However, the near death of Snow was devastating, and to have her come back in the end was nice. Not all the characters will survive this one, and Brewer promises in her author bios no happy endings unless they have a lot of blood, and this one follows that mantra. May 12, Krys rated it it was amazing Shelves: I read the series voluntarily and got pretty much all that I asked for – mindless brain munch good for in between midterms, plus let us not forget that as a female adult college student I’m not exactly the target audience here.

Oct 02, Laurel rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Sign me up for the latest news from Penguin Teen, including new books, special offers, and promotions.


I also thought the stuff with the Goths already knowing Vlad was a vamp was completely ridiculous!

Vladdy, you are so wonderful. Vlad was a terrible person most of the time and only stopped being such a jerk in the last two books. The fight went on for a couple of hours, but was really easy and quick to read. Then this book ruined everything. Mar 14, Ricky rated it it was amazing Shelves: He thinks he is going crazy from drinking Dorian’s blood in the previous book.

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Yea sure whatever, there’s a lot of things she doesn’t explain in the book but let me just say gade if a vampire turns a human into a vampire and that automatically kilps them their children, when he turned snow inta a vampire doesn’t that make Snow his daughter and if he was dating her and still was after she was turned, that is that is total pedophilia, GROSS!!!!!!! I haven’t finished reading the book, but I have decided how I feel about it.

I like tweofth for each book the smiley face is a different color. What is the iridescent green flash of Snow’s eyes going to mean, if anything? It’s stupid enough to have Vlad be a Gary-Sue or whatever they’re calledbut then to have his girlfriend who-so-stereotypically-died-and-then-became-a-vampire-thanks-to-the-hands-of-a-stupid-boy be hinted at to be the Pravus too?

Actually, the ending kind of stank entirely. Nov 17, Deborah rated it liked it. Two cops confront Vlad about Joss and Vlad answers some of their questions. Vlad started making use of his abilities to achieve his goals, and many of the errant story threads were drawn together.


Even the villains were lackluster. Sure to be a classic in its own right.

chroniclee I’m going to explode with all this suspense before I get to find out what happens in the last book of The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

First Kill Unabridged Heather Brewer. Joss’s mother will not let Vlad anywhere near Joss. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

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Apr 29, Baine marked it as to-read Shelves: View all 4 comments. The cover changes as the characters in the book change.

Only time will tell The four cops attack Vlad, revealing that they are Slayers.

About The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod: All this has to get tied up and finished in pages. I started this series curious, and I enjoyed it but wasn’t wowed, I kept coming back to it though, I couldn’t seem to stay away and as each new book came out I found myself bringing it home from vladlmir library, it was the same with this one.