The Vampire Hunters

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Yearling, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 264 pages
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More reluctant bloodsucking hilarity in the sequel to Vampire Blog

On Marcus's thirteenth birthday his life changed for ever. That's when his parents told him the shocking truth: he's a half-vampire. Any notions that this could be cool went quickly out the window—he's been attacked by an evil vampire bat, had huge cravings for his best friend's blood, and nearly died from eating a pizza (half-vampires aren't great with garlic). Writing his secret blog is the only thing that’s kept him from going completely crazy. As if life couldn't get any more complicated, there have been some vicious attacks in the local woods. Vampire-mad Tallulah (definitely not Marcus's girlfriend) thinks a super-vampire is behind them—and she's desperate to prove it—with a mysterious chain that's supposed to glow red hot when a vampire is close by. Marcus has a horrible feeling the chain's going to turn red-hot any day now.

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Goon for young teens

User Review  - 19ardagh - Tesco

My daughter enjoyed this book, I bought it her for christmas as part of a set of two along the same theme Read full review

good book

User Review  - 19ardagh - Tesco

My daughter lovers all things Vampire so I purchased this and the other in the series, much enjoyed Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Pete Johnson is a former teacher and the author of Help! I'm a Classroom Gambler.

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