The Longer the Fall

From Robin McCracken
author: Arthen, Inanna
The Longer the Fall
Refusal to be fully honest, Diana, who was raised within a secretive magical organization and Thomas Morgan, a member of the Order who she believes may be immortal, plan a magical spell, but find each other in a disaster beyond their worst nightmares. They are forced to confront the deadly consequences of their fully developed spell turning against them and those who helped them.  At the end, an interesting twist.

Crimson City

From Robin McCracken
author: Maverick, Liz
Crimson City
Crimson City book one, is about survival in a city that once was ran by angels. Now with the vampires, werewolves and humans all walking freely in a tentative peace, someone or something is out to start a war. Interesting characters keep for a good start of a series.

The President’s Vampire

From Rosemarie Jerome
author: Farnsworth, Christopher
 The President’s Vampire
In this sequel to Blood Oath, vampire Nathaniel Cade and his human handler, Zach Barrows, must save mankind from creatures who not only kill but spread their contagion that changes humans into snakeheads.  Suspend your disbelief for a wild non-stop action thriller adventure, the interaction between Cade and his sidekick Zach are worth the trip.

Blackout : a Cal Leandros novel

From Rosemarie Jerome
author: Thurman, Rob
Blackout : a Cal Leandros novel
What would you do if you woke up on a beach littered with slaughtered giant spiders?  Usually, this is a typical day for Cal Leandros but he doesn’t know who he is or where he is, he just knows that he is a killer.  He begins to discover little things about himself and starts to create a new life until one day someone arrives in town who claims to be his brother and wants to take him home.  This brother, Niko, is a stranger and home is a place where monsters live. Blackout is the sixth book in the series.

ReVamped

From Luke, Teen Book Reviewer
author: Diver, Lucienne
ReVamped
Fans of the Twilight Saga will rejoice after reading “ReVamped” by Lucienne Diver. This novel is great for those who like vampire stories. You’ll also like to read this if you’re into action.

The novel takes place during present day. Gina, a teenage girl who was turned into a vampire in “Vamped”, now works for the government. She, her boyfriend, and three other agents are sent to Wappingers Falls, a quaint town in upstate New York, to investigate strange fluctuations in energy. Once there, undercover, they discover a plot of their old vampire enemy and the vampire council to turn the whole town into their feeding grounds.

This novel is humorous, action-packed, and keeps your attention. I greatly enjoyed reading this and would recommend this and any other novel by Lucienne Diver to anyone. On a scale of 1-10 I would rate this book a 7 ½. If you like vampires, action, and comedy then this is the book for you.

Vampyr?

From Rosemarie Jerome
author: Randle, Kevin D.
Vampyr?
A murder has been committed.  Tom Johnson is found standing by the body with a gun.  The police have a solid, clear cut case.  Tom admits to killing Linda Miller.  His defense is that she wasn’t human.  So begins this legal thriller.  Everyone thinks that he is trying to build an insanity case but he is completely serious when he tells the cops to burn her body within 48 hours.  It’s a race against time.  He must make someone believe him before the creature rises.  It is a unique spin on the vampire theme, that just makes you wonder what if…

Fat Vampire

From Luke, Teen Book Reviewer
author: Rex, Adam
Once in a while a person finds a captivating book that keeps your attention and makes you read more. Such a book to me was “Fat Vampire” by Adam Rex. One could take it as a young adult vampire novel, or it could also be seen as a spoof of vampire novels. No matter how you look at this book it is a good read and should be given a chance by everyone.

 Doug Lee is a fat, ugly, comic book and video game obsessed teenager. And he is also a vampire. Doug has no one to go to to learn how to be a vampire, so he tries teaching himself. He does many crazy things such as drinking cow’s blood, trying to sneak into the panda cage at the San Diego zoo and drink panda blood and even stealing blood from a blood donation vehicle at comic-con. Most of these tend to have disastrous endings. He is very unpopular at school and has only one good friend, Jay, until the foreign exchange student, Sejal, came to the U.S. He develops a crush for her and becomes friends with her and the drama club people she hangs out with. Then he gets a mysterious letter from a man in the sewer. He invites them to go to Signora Polidori’s house for tea. Signora Polidori is also a vampire. While at her house Doug, and 2 other vampires, get assigned to older vampires so that they can be taught the ways of their kind. The rest of the story  focuses on Doug and his life as a high school vampire.

 Full of surprises and twists “Fat Vampire” was a good book. On a scale of 1-10 I would give this book about a 7. This would be an ideal book for you to read if you like the Twilight saga or vampire books. It’s not too long and can be read in a short amount of time. If you’re looking for a quick read between novels, this is the perfect book to get.