Life as a Teenage Vampire

Life as a Teenage Vampire The last thing Emery expected at the end of his senior year of high school was to become a vampire and fall in love with his best friend Emery Mavus just wants to survive his senior year of high schoo

  • Title: Life as a Teenage Vampire
  • Author: Amanda Meuwissen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 412
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The last thing Emery expected at the end of his senior year of high school was to become a vampire and fall in love with his best friend Emery Mavus just wants to survive his senior year of high school Becoming a vampire complicates things So does a bizarre mentor, a group of vampire hunters, and an unexpected, new attraction for his openly gay best friend, Connor An oThe last thing Emery expected at the end of his senior year of high school was to become a vampire and fall in love with his best friend Emery Mavus just wants to survive his senior year of high school Becoming a vampire complicates things So does a bizarre mentor, a group of vampire hunters, and an unexpected, new attraction for his openly gay best friend, Connor An occasional uncontrollable hunger for blood might be the least of his worries.

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    1 thought on “Life as a Teenage Vampire”

    1. Not bad.***3.38 stars***It’s a cute story that to be honest left me wanting more. Not satisfied with the ending that was given; feeling an epilogue would have helped.

    2. 4 StarsFull Review:*I received an ecopy of this book from the author. This has in no way influenced my review.*This book was sweet, funny, and just a great story about two friends figuring out who they are and falling in love. There was some action and fighting and a plot about vampire hunters who were after Emery, but it was pretty subdued as far as vampire books go since the focus was really on the characters’ lives and relationships.Emery was adorably oblivious. As if it wasn’t bad enough [...]

    3. Book Review originally published here: iheartreading/book-touI didn’t have very high expectations when I started Life as a Teenage Vampire. The plot sounded not that original, kind of like Twilight except the main character, Emery, was a male in love with another male – his best friend Connor. But, don’t be mistaken by the short synopsis. This book is very different, and it’s quite frankly, a whole lot better than your standard run-of-the-mill vampire story.Emery never expected his senio [...]

    4. Sweet and heartfelt YA vampire novel.This was my first book by Amanda Meuwissen and I was happily entertained. This was a lighthearted coming of age story between two best friends with an accidental "oops, I just became a vampire" thrown in for fun.Yes, there was action and conflict involving vampires, vampire hunters, high school play rehearsal shenanigans, and blinged -out prosthetics. As fun as all that was, the angst and drama was low. I can't help but wonder how a little bit of extra tensio [...]

    5. Practically a slice-of-life, m/m highschool teen romance. Throw in some vampirism and nerd culture, and you've got yourself something fresh and current. This was a real fun read. It had bright characters who were instantly likeable. They were great reflections of young adults with heartfelt friendships, I loved it especially when hanging out with Aurora or Jules. The characters often had contemporary discussions and attitudes, making the story feel real and relatable to a younger audience, espec [...]

    6. Okay, so while at a local convention here in Minnesota, I ran across a booth that had a banner with a really cool book cover on it, and decided to talk with the author about the book. After explaining a little bit about it, and letting me read the blurb, I decided I simply had to have it, and bought it on the spot. After reading it, I must say, it was such a fantastic book!In this very sweet coming-of-age YA novel, Emery Mavus and Connor Daniels are best friends, live next door to each other, an [...]

    7. It would be very hard to guess that this was the author's first foray into the world of YA novels. The prose is assured and confident, the dialogue capturing the style and lexicon of teens very well without dumbing the character down or being OTT and having the characters sound more like pretentious thirtysomethings, which is a personal annoyance of mine. Here the teens are written as teens - they tease and support each other, banter and comfort. The way they think and behave reminds me so clear [...]

    8. Love it love it It is so great love it all wish it wasn't the only book of life as a teenage vampire but thank you for writing it.

    9. A Refreshingly Honest Coming of Age StoryThis might be Amanda Meuwissen's first foray into YA writing, but it's a promising debut. Her prose takes me back to my high school days all over again, and wow, is it an enjoyable ride.Emery Mavus and Connor Daniels are just your average teenagers trying to muddle their way through senior year. They're juggling the pressure of putting on the perfect school play, wrapping up final projects, and (in Connor's case) attempting to hide his non-platonic feelin [...]

    10. This was a good book with an unfortunate cover. There were many things that were done just right here, Connor, the secondary characters, the believable high school settings and behavior, and the many nerdy touches. While I liked Emery, our vampire main character, I loved Connor. He was funny, nerdy, strong, slightly vulnerable in his love for Emery, and a great portrait of someone with a disability. The descriptions of his custom-made (by himself) prosthetics were really cool. His unrequited lov [...]

    11. This was entertaining and cute. I love Emery and Connor they are perfect together. Two pieces of a jigsaw puzzle and fit together. Connor is the sweet loyal one that is secretly harboring a crush on his friend. He is smart and always there for Emery. When Emery turns Connor is the one who figures it out and helps him through it. When he is in trouble Connor doesn’t leave Emery’s side. Connor is also the one with the witty snarky comebacks. He keeps Emery smiling and knowing that someone is t [...]

    12. Ok, I picked this up as a kindle freebie. And I realised after about 30% it wasn't for me. So I skimmed the rest.It wasn't offensively bad. But it was boring and amateurish. Upside - it was cute and the relationships and tone was healthy. Not for me but it might work for someone else.

    13. Great characters, adventure and live storyI really enjoyed this adventurous vampire tale so rooted in the good nature of people. The two best friends, Emory and Connor, were both strong, smart and creative guys who you can't wait to find their way to a happy ending.

    14. I'm pretty much in love with this book. It's wonderful and heartwarming and altogether completely charming. I loved the characters, the fact that no less than two characters had prosthetic limbs and one of the two was a main character. The teen romance was so cute. The Prom thing was adorable and perfect and made me so happy. By the end everything gets tied up properly and I feel good about where it leaves off. It gives a hopeful feeling that is very appropriate given the main characters are jus [...]

    15. Excellent YA novel! Just the right amount of romance sprinkled in between terror and teen angst. Interesting enough to pull me completely in and block the outside world. Mesmerizing, even. Characters I adored quickly, in situations I remember for my own teen angst years. Well, minus the vamps, of course.As an independent reviewer for Romance Authors that Rock, I give this one a full five stars. She made me laugh, she made me cry, she made me forget where I was. I'll be recommending this to my yo [...]

    16. KUNormally I don't read YA but since I love this author I gave it a try and I wasn't disappointed. Fantastic characters and story and I'll probably be reading it again.

    17. This is a sweet, solid YA read with a (slightly geeky) M/M couple as the core. Oh, and let's not forget the vamps. Ultimately though, if you passed a certain age, you just won't be that impressed with "Life as a Teenage Vampire". It's got some unique elements you usually don't see - the main couple is into robotics and theatrics and such - but the worldbuilding is lacking. The vamps are the usual 0815 vamps, nothing really new here. There's not even a vampire community or world. It's likely the [...]

    18. Love it. I'm not one to read vampire stories. Well I read twilight but this was great. It gave a story had it all helping love caring and family and friends and expectance. I love this book

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