Vampire Addiction

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
As seventeen-year-old Gertie, studying abroad from New York, uncovers the unfathomable secrets of this ancient city, she becomes involved with a handsome vampire. Is it love that attracts her, or the temporary powers from his bite? She's more confused when her heart is drawn to the vampire's enemy--a demigod sworn to protect the city--and she becomes an unwitting catalyst to war. More

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About Eva Pohler

Eva Pohler is a USA Today bestselling author of over twenty novels for teens and adults. She writes fantasy based on Greek mythology, supernatural suspense, and psychological thrillers. Her books have been described as "addictive" and "sure to thrill"--Kirkus Reviews.

Whichever genre you read, you will find an adventure in Eva Pohler's stories. They blur the line between reality and fantasy, truth and delusion, and draw from Eva's personal philosophy that a reader must be lured and abducted into complete captivity in order to enjoy the reading experience.

Visit Eva's website for resources, such as a Greek mythology bingo game, Greek mythology flashcards, Greek names pronunciation guide, interactive map if the Underworld, color-me bookmarks, a printable reading log, reader emojis, and an interactive tarot reading. You will also find free ebooks and other cool stuff:

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The Official Trailer for The Vampires of Athens Series
From USA Today bestselling author comes a thrilling story about forbidden love, rebellion, destruction, and redemption. A teen studies abroad in Athens and discovers that vampires have been oppressed for centuries in caves beneath the acropolis, and demigods have been trained to protect the mortals of Athens. The teen falls in love with a vampire and a demigod and gets caught in a war.

About the Series: The Vampires of Athens
Seventeen-year-old Gertrude Morgan is shipped away from her home in New York City to the American school in Athens.

But the city of Athens has secrets.

As Gertie uncovers the unfathomable secrets of this ancient city, she is drawn to the beauty and deep thoughts of a boy she first met on the bus into Athens--Jeno. Her host family and another boy she later learns is a demigod warn her to stay away from him, but her curiosity gets the best of her and she unwittingly becomes a catalyst in an uprising led by Dionysus, the god of wine and lord of the vampires.

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LaGina Reese reviewed on April 21, 2016

I'm not a regular reader of YA but when I saw the cover art I had to see what it was about. Finding out that it takes place in Greece is what made me HAVE to read this. Between the cover and the author you know it takes place in Greece but her description made me feel like I was right smack in the middle of the book. I love vampires and I just love Greek mythology and I never thought that I would find them both in one book.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
Sheena Hutchinson reviewed on Feb. 16, 2016

Let me start by saying, I finished this book in one night. How do you come up with a new vampire idea? Add Greek mythology! -- Genius! It's Percy Jackson meets twilight (complete with love triangle) I ate it up !
Definitely a great quick read, I highly recommend it can't wait to start the rest of the series!
(reviewed 28 days after purchase)
Jonel Boyko reviewed on Jan. 1, 2015

Pohler has a very approachable writing style that allows readers to focus on the story at hand. Her descriptions are vividly realistic. Pohler doesn’t just tell you that her characters are in Greece, her words and descriptions transport you there. The different cultures we encounter stand out in stark contrast to one another.

Pohler has done a brilliant job of developing each one while building it into the storyline as a whole. She builds a fabulous and unforgettable new world for readers to get lost in. The melding of mythology, the paranormal, and a dash of mysticism is a heady mix and lends itself nicely to this story. Pohler makes Greek mythology her own here in a bit way. The pantheon is transplanted into modern day with a few very original twists along the way. I love her origins of vampires. It’s very easy to grasp for those versed in Greek mythology or simply the story of Dionysus.

The main character portrays emotions in a very realistic manner. I love the fact that her decisions betray her age at every turn. She tries to follow her heart and do what she feels is right, but it rarely goes as planned for her. She can’t seem to grasp the concept that she’s pushing away those she’s trying to help until it’s too late. This is completed with a fantastic and diverse cast of characters that you not only get to know very well, but who are outstanding individuals that I’d love to meet in person. I love how Pohler’s characters have actual conversations with one another. The dialogue is fantastic and spot on.

This is a novel that will be enjoyed by young adult & adult audiences alike.
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
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