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  • Vampire Kisses

    What I liked about Vampire Kisses is that Raven&Alexander stayed together even if Trever liked Raven. <3 LOVE VAMPIRE ROMANCES!!!

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  • Vampire Kisses

    I read this book, back when it had first been released...it was good then and I wasn't let down now that I am not 19. Still a wonderful romantic, spooky classy novel, definitely worth reading for tweens and young adults. Can't wait to just keep on reading! ! :)

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  • Riveting

    This book is absolutely thrilling to read and Raven is such a spunky, inspiring character. I truly adore everything about this book and I can't bear to part with it much longer. Kissing Coffins here I come!

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  • Mysterious

    It's a really good book suitable for teenagers such as myself

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  • Cute story, simply told

    I read this story to learn what my daughter was so excited about. Vampire Kisses has a simple narrative of a vampire fangirl told from a first person point of view—aimed at young teens like my girl. There was one highly sexually suggestive scene between the main character, Raven, and her nemesis, Trevor, that I found borderline inappropriate, but overall this was an innocent bubblegum romance in black. Here's what I disliked. The book felt dated with references to the Cure and the Smiths, talk of goth fashion, and the use of Polaroids. But this is 2017. Those references were dated when the book was published in 2003. This revealed my first complaint: the book sometimes felt like an adult was writing about a kid. I wonder when Schreiber originally wrote this manuscript. The other aspect of the book that I disliked was Raven's portrayal as a goth. I moved in that scene in the 80s. Raven was goth in fashion only. It takes more than a love of black and cemeteries to be authentically goth. Raven gushed about love and boys like a goth Barbie on her way to the mall. It didn't feel authentic. What I did enjoy was Schreiber's ability to consistently relate this story with a simple narrative—meaning aside from random anachronistic references, the story was free of wordy, complicated passages meant to impress adults. I believe she accomplished this because of the first person narrative. She stayed in Raven's head, and Raven, for all her gothic pretense, was a very typical young girl. This kept the story light and uncomplicated, perfect for casual reading. There was character growth, however. Raven may have been superficial, but she learned and matured throughout the story. Schreiber told an entertaining tale with romance and intrigue that involved character growth without preaching. I may not be a fan of the genre, but I can see why there were nine books in this series.

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