Diary of a Reluctant Vampire

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Eugene faces more than the usual challenges of a young teen. He's given a very short time to decide whether or not to become a vampire. He trips into love, but is it too late? What will his stepmother and stepsister say if he joins the forever-damned? The perks are incredibly tempting. Oh, what's a goofy little kinda-vampire to do? More

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About LC Cooper

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I live with my wonderful husband, our great kids, and our bratty cats in our cabin at the base of the smoky mountains. When not writing, I enjoy gardening, reading, vacationing in exotic places, and visiting family and friends. I have degrees in mathematics education and curriculum design, but with the fallout of that lousy system called common core, I prefer to write more than teach. My goal is to publish four novels every year, and I do enjoy writing short stories, so look for a few of those sprinkled in between the Novels. Note that I will always give my short stories away, whereas my Novels will always have a price tag unless there's a freebie promotion.
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Review by: Joleene Naylor on March 13, 2015 :
I've had this book on my kindle for awhile and kept meaning to read it but there was always something going on; finally I said "No more! I will read this or else!" And I'm glad I did.
LC's humor, seen in her myriad short stories, gets to shine through in this vampire parody. Eugene (whose initials spell EEK) is not your average junior high kid. Plagued by bullies, embarrassed by his step mother, and adept at clumsy escapades, Eugene is famous throughout the school for his humiliating hi-jinks. His life can't get any worse.
But of course, it can.
Eugene (literally) runs into a kooky old vampire who accidentally bites him. Trapped in the change, Eugene tries to find a way back to humanity before it's too late.
Though most YA books are predictable, this one had many surprises hidden among the laughs. I won't spoil it, but suffice to say there were several scenes I did not see coming.
If you're looking for yet another serious YA vampire story then give this a miss, but if you want something that not only pokes fun at the genre, but manages to hit werewolves, diary stories, and about every other YA book out there, give this a read.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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