Monday, May 14, 2012

Falling Books Reviews Half-Vampire

Sam at Falling Books has reviewed Confessions of an Average Half-Vampire today on her UK blog.
I'm quite pleased with the results (even if she did think this was some kind of warm up for Twilight -- ugh -- and missed that Eric does indeed show up in mirrors, just with translucent skin).
Here's her review:
Confessions of an Average Half-Vampire is an entertaining novel that is perfect for younger readers who want to start reading the paranormal genre. 

It all starts with the all-too-lovable main character, Eric Wright. He is not an ordinary teenager, he is a half-vampire trying to find the right place for him in a world that can never accept him. Everything starts to go down hill when he could not control his bloodlust and bit his friend. A very close friend. A girl who wants him to become a vegetarian. With his health getting worse every day, will Eric find someone that could help him without getting killed in the process?

 I think this book is perfect for those who are not quite old enough to read the Twilight novels. It has the most interesting range of characters that I'm sure many readers can relate to. Eg: the awkward stage when you don't feel that you fit in, worried about being accepted by friends, etc. The characters will definitely grow on you! And so will their adventures. The book is full of action! Yes, the action is just had my heart racing! You will want to read the sequel as soon as possible.

The book does follow the cliché vampire line: burned by the sun, pale, not showing in mirrors, etc. But I had no problem with that because of the gripping story line! This is definitely a book that I would recommend to young people, like right now!

Overall, I think that this is stunning book with a really exciting plot and humorous dialogue! I can't wait to read more of Lisa's works.

1 comment:

  1. That's an excellent thumbs up. Because it doesn't focus too much on the positive it doesn't read as though you put someone up to it.