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Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Book Review: How To Date A Vampire by Sophie Collins

How To Date A Vampire by Sophie Collins
Genre: Young Adult Dating Guide
Release Date: Available Now
Publisher: Spruce
Pages: 127
Received From: Publicist

Summary: This is a fantastic magazine-style guide to romance for young teens...with a twist! For any girl looking for a boy who's more Cullen than caveman, this book is your helping hand to a happy ending. A vampire boy is smart, he's sexy, and he's waiting to discover someone a little bit different; so use this little lifesaver to show him what's so special about you and set his pulse (if he had one) racing. Of course, if like Bella or Buffy, the man of your dreams is more than just a high school crush, you won't find help in the problem pages. Luckily for you, this book is packed full of quizzes, charts and failsafe advice, from finding out if the guy giving you sleepless nights is a real vamp or a fanged faker, to great date ideas that don't involve Type-O milkshakes. With space to write about your own close encounters, plus style advice and beauty tips that are sure to slay him on sight, this is the only guide you'll ever need to spotting a vampire and knocking him (un)dead.

My Review: How To Date A Vampire is one of the cutest vampire handbooks I've ever seen! It was literally like flipping through a vampire friendly magazine. I really felt like I could catch a cold one just by following Sophie's dating tips. I loved the colorful pages and the artwork was adorable! Anime seemed to be the inspiration behind the artwork which is pretty cool. Sophie presented every type of scenario with a vampire, everything from the early stages of dating to the sad break ups. My favorite part of the book were the quizzes, they were meant for us human girls but also for that boy vampire of your dreams. Overall, a super cute read and I thoroughly recommend it if you're looking to catch a vampire. Also, it's definitely a fun read that has the ability to put a smile on your face.

My Rating: 4.7 out of 5
Author's Info: Sophie Collins, when she isn't romancing vampires, is a writer and editor who has authored books on subjects weird and wonderful as Victorian shadow casting and reading dogs' body language. Her books include Tail Talk (Chronicle, 2004), A Sussex Miscellany (Snake River Press, 2006), and Scoop (The Book People, 2007). She currently lives, works and dates the undead in Sussex.


Kelsey said...

This sounds really cute. Nice review!

Faye( Ramblings of a Teenage Bookworm) said...

It does look cute! u can't go wrong w/ vamps lol

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Sueann said...

Great review.....sounds like a great book for my teenage granddaughters.

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Liz @ Cleverly Inked said...

SOunds like a god one. Funny too.

Just Joany said...

Intriguing review. Makes me want to read it. Thank you.

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prashant said...

This sounds really cute. Nice review!

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Alyssa Kirk said...

I've seen this one around. I'll have to pick it up!

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