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He was thankful to have Henry with him. For some reason, the bullies kept their distance whenever Henry was around. Bill and Tom moved past them on the steps, but neither said a word. rove was waiting at the top of the stairs, eyeing Vlad with his little mouse eyes. He twitched his nose, and Vlad chuckled out loud. The principal had hated Vlad since the first day he had been enrolled at Bathory. Bill and Tom had given him a welcoming shove down the hall, and Vlad bumped into Mrs. Kumus, who fell forward and subsequently broke her nose.

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Vlad has to keep his vampire urges under control while dealing with the pressures of middle school  .

Автор: Brewer, Heather Название: Eighth Grade Bites: A Graphic Novel Издательство: Random House (USA) Классификация: ISBN: 0803738110 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780803738119 ISBN . Язык: ENG Поставляется из: США.

Junior high really sucks for thirteen-year-old Vladimir Tod. Bullies harass him, the principal is dogging him, and the girl he likes prefers his best friend. Oh, and Vlad has a secret: his mother was human, but his father was a vampire. With no idea of the extent of his powers, Vlad struggles daily with his blood cravings and his enlarged fangs. When a substitute teacher begins to question him a little too closely, Vlad worries that his cover is about to be blown. But then he faces a much bigger problem: he's being hunted by a vampire killer.Watch a QuickTime trailer for this book.

Eighth Grade Bites epub download

ISBN13: 978-0525478119

ISBN: 0525478116

Author: Heather Brewer

Category: Young Adult and teen

Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy

Language: English

Publisher: Dutton Books for Young Readers (2007)

Pages: 182 pages

ePUB size: 1484 kb

FB2 size: 1639 kb

Rating: 4.6

Votes: 600

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fightnight
Let's start off with the fact that this is my second time I personally have purchased this book. I am currently 23 years old and am about to graduate medical school. This is one of my favorite middle school book. It is about a middle school aged vampire who is trying to get through eighth grade without anyone figuring out what he is. His best friend Henry knows what Vladimir is and is one of the most interesting character in the book. Henry (while being kind of a side kick to Vladimir) is one of the most relatable characters in the book for me, because of how dorky and goofy he is. He is definitely a comic relief in this book full of twist and turns.
I am currently rereading this whole series while on vacation from school. It's the perfect book to start your children's book collection.
The only reason why I am giving it a 4/5 starts is because I am a hardcover book lover and this particular book does not come in hardcover.
To summerise my review: this book is a must read, right up there next to Harry Potter.
fightnight
Let's start off with the fact that this is my second time I personally have purchased this book. I am currently 23 years old and am about to graduate medical school. This is one of my favorite middle school book. It is about a middle school aged vampire who is trying to get through eighth grade without anyone figuring out what he is. His best friend Henry knows what Vladimir is and is one of the most interesting character in the book. Henry (while being kind of a side kick to Vladimir) is one of the most relatable characters in the book for me, because of how dorky and goofy he is. He is definitely a comic relief in this book full of twist and turns.
I am currently rereading this whole series while on vacation from school. It's the perfect book to start your children's book collection.
The only reason why I am giving it a 4/5 starts is because I am a hardcover book lover and this particular book does not come in hardcover.
To summerise my review: this book is a must read, right up there next to Harry Potter.
Adrietius
Let me start by saying that is impossible for me not to like a vampire story. Regardless, this one let me wishing the author would take more time developing the characters.
Other reviewers mentioned that the plot and characters are not relatable but it is ok because the book was written for a younger audience. I respectfully disagree. Harry Potter, City of Bones and even Twilight were written for younger audience and you can relate to the characters. The main problem here is that Vlad is a boy who talks and thinks like a girl.(stop here if you do not want spoilers)

I cannot possibly imagine a 14 year old boy begging his uncle to stay. Or crying a lot. In front of people... His relationship with his aunt is so perfect it seems unrealistic. Not to mention that upwards the end all his vampire enemies will stay away because he as one device that can produce a light beam that can kill them. It would be like saying that Vokdermort would stay away because Harry got a gun.
However, it is always refreshing to see authors come up with solutions for the vampire morphology such as sun block.

I am giving 3 starts because I want to see how she develops Vlad universe and if the writing gets better as he gets older.
Adrietius
Let me start by saying that is impossible for me not to like a vampire story. Regardless, this one let me wishing the author would take more time developing the characters.
Other reviewers mentioned that the plot and characters are not relatable but it is ok because the book was written for a younger audience. I respectfully disagree. Harry Potter, City of Bones and even Twilight were written for younger audience and you can relate to the characters. The main problem here is that Vlad is a boy who talks and thinks like a girl.(stop here if you do not want spoilers)

I cannot possibly imagine a 14 year old boy begging his uncle to stay. Or crying a lot. In front of people... His relationship with his aunt is so perfect it seems unrealistic. Not to mention that upwards the end all his vampire enemies will stay away because he as one device that can produce a light beam that can kill them. It would be like saying that Vokdermort would stay away because Harry got a gun.
However, it is always refreshing to see authors come up with solutions for the vampire morphology such as sun block.

I am giving 3 starts because I want to see how she develops Vlad universe and if the writing gets better as he gets older.
Mot
I read the book because of a specific reading challenge that calls for me to read a book recommended by someone I just met. While playing for the local college musical a student musician recommended the series. As it was a young adult series and I am a woman in her 40's, I was not expecting much. But happily, I was wrong. The descriptions are vivid, the characters well developed and multi-faceted. . . I have other categories to deal with for the rest of the reading challenge but I just might have to check out the rest of the series!!
Mot
I read the book because of a specific reading challenge that calls for me to read a book recommended by someone I just met. While playing for the local college musical a student musician recommended the series. As it was a young adult series and I am a woman in her 40's, I was not expecting much. But happily, I was wrong. The descriptions are vivid, the characters well developed and multi-faceted. . . I have other categories to deal with for the rest of the reading challenge but I just might have to check out the rest of the series!!
Tejar
Don't waste your time reading this book series.

the story follows the adventures of a teenage vampire semi-humorously exploring the problems that a real life vampire would experience trying to live in a human world while also adding the stresses of the vampire world and orphan living with aunt life to give the story a sort of "Harry Potter" feel. This was a good (if typical) balance and I would have been happy enough to enjoy seeing the world through a vampires eyes, if it wasn't for everything else.

The villain (whom you assume is the main villain but --spoiler-- isn't) is flat. actually, all the villains are flat. there is no method to their madness beyond "we want power". Why do you want power? what are your thoughts on living forever? does material wealth bring happiness? I've seen power ranger side-villains with more depth. Also, in the last book (major spoilers here but you shouldn't bother with this book anyway so here goes) all but one of the good guys turns evil. just completely randomly. I LOVE plot twists, but only when I can look back and see why this twist would happen. this twist DESTROYS all character development of LOADS of side characters.

then there's his hunter-friend. this highly trained shut-in who is trained to hunt creatures who hide among humans, blending in perfectly with the host society. why did he decide to be best friends with the kid who is obviously a vampire? aren't there tests that you perform to see who is or isn't a vampire BEFORE you tell them your deepest secrets? also, vlad goes on and on about how deeply indoctrinated his friend is; by this evil vampire killing organization. Did you forget that most vampires KILL PEOPLE FOR FOOD!?! in one book, vlad takes pity on his uncle and says "Go eat a hobo. you've been holding back for a long time." and his uncle gratefully "Takes care of the city's homeless problem." that is the most evil thing I have ever heard! vlad is supposed to be a good guy. if vlad's a good guy, we need more "brainwashed" teenagers sticking stakes in "good people".

the romantic build up gets flushed (seemingly on a whim) so that vlad can get with a subservient star-eyed goth and the whole mood swings up and down from "why is everyone so mean? why can't we all get along?" to "Be a dear Kill some of those lesser beings, would you?" and back again.

this series bites
Tejar
Don't waste your time reading this book series.

the story follows the adventures of a teenage vampire semi-humorously exploring the problems that a real life vampire would experience trying to live in a human world while also adding the stresses of the vampire world and orphan living with aunt life to give the story a sort of "Harry Potter" feel. This was a good (if typical) balance and I would have been happy enough to enjoy seeing the world through a vampires eyes, if it wasn't for everything else.

The villain (whom you assume is the main villain but --spoiler-- isn't) is flat. actually, all the villains are flat. there is no method to their madness beyond "we want power". Why do you want power? what are your thoughts on living forever? does material wealth bring happiness? I've seen power ranger side-villains with more depth. Also, in the last book (major spoilers here but you shouldn't bother with this book anyway so here goes) all but one of the good guys turns evil. just completely randomly. I LOVE plot twists, but only when I can look back and see why this twist would happen. this twist DESTROYS all character development of LOADS of side characters.

then there's his hunter-friend. this highly trained shut-in who is trained to hunt creatures who hide among humans, blending in perfectly with the host society. why did he decide to be best friends with the kid who is obviously a vampire? aren't there tests that you perform to see who is or isn't a vampire BEFORE you tell them your deepest secrets? also, vlad goes on and on about how deeply indoctrinated his friend is; by this evil vampire killing organization. Did you forget that most vampires KILL PEOPLE FOR FOOD!?! in one book, vlad takes pity on his uncle and says "Go eat a hobo. you've been holding back for a long time." and his uncle gratefully "Takes care of the city's homeless problem." that is the most evil thing I have ever heard! vlad is supposed to be a good guy. if vlad's a good guy, we need more "brainwashed" teenagers sticking stakes in "good people".

the romantic build up gets flushed (seemingly on a whim) so that vlad can get with a subservient star-eyed goth and the whole mood swings up and down from "why is everyone so mean? why can't we all get along?" to "Be a dear Kill some of those lesser beings, would you?" and back again.

this series bites
Braendo
This book not only covers vampires, but also teen problems, loss of parents, standing out, bullying. The author does a great job getting readers to identify with Vlad, a victim of bullying. She also makes it clear that each of us has something that makes us special, unique, and a gift to those around us. I'd highly recommend this book for middle school students, especially those dealing with bullying.
Braendo
This book not only covers vampires, but also teen problems, loss of parents, standing out, bullying. The author does a great job getting readers to identify with Vlad, a victim of bullying. She also makes it clear that each of us has something that makes us special, unique, and a gift to those around us. I'd highly recommend this book for middle school students, especially those dealing with bullying.
Samutilar
My daughter read this book and said she really enjoyed it. I think she read the next in the series and switched over to something more feminine. She said this was a good one for middle school kids
Samutilar
My daughter read this book and said she really enjoyed it. I think she read the next in the series and switched over to something more feminine. She said this was a good one for middle school kids
Gamba
This is terrifically well-written, suspenseful, and funny. Brewer has a great ear for teen voices and anxieties. I don't think I've ever laughed at the words "sulfuric acid" quite so much. I'm glad to know there are sequels, and I can't wait for a taste of those.
Gamba
This is terrifically well-written, suspenseful, and funny. Brewer has a great ear for teen voices and anxieties. I don't think I've ever laughed at the words "sulfuric acid" quite so much. I'm glad to know there are sequels, and I can't wait for a taste of those.