The Vampire Hunters

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Yearling, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 264 pages
More reluctantbloodsuckinghilarityin the sequel to "Vampire Blog"On Marcus'sthirteenth birthday hislife changed for ever. That's whenhis parents toldhimthe shocking truth: he'sa half-vampire."" Anynotions that this could be cool went quickly out the window he'sbeen attacked by an evil vampire bat, had huge cravings forhis best friend's blood, and nearly died from eating a pizza (half-vampires aren't great with garlic). Writinghis secret blog is the only thing that s kept himfrom 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'sgirlfriend) 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 hasa horrible feeling the chain's going to turn red-hot any day now."

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About the author (2011)

PETE JOHNSON began work as a film critic for Radio One, then became a teacher. His experiences in the classroom led to his beginning to write and he still keeps contact with a panel of young readers to gain the viewpoint of the actual reader as he writes new titles. He is the author of several titles for the Corgi Yearling list.

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