- Paperback: 264 pages
- Publisher: Reardon Publishing (29 Sept. 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1874192618
- ISBN-13: 978-1874192619
- Product Dimensions: 15 x 2.5 x 21 cm
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,638,513 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Vampire: (The Deluxe Full Color Illustrated Amy Mah Vampire Novel) (Night Life) Paperback – 29 Sep 2012
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Books With Teeth Reviews:... Vampire: By Amy Mah offers exactly what I was looking for in a Vampire novel. She creates a vampire society that lives just out of sight of humans but close enough to get a midnight snack...or take out if they feel like staying home! The story takes place around the life of Amy Mah a typical teenage girl in every way except for instead of painting her nails and worrying about shoes she polishes her Fangs and sharpens her claws both hand and foot! That of course does not sound typical at all but for Amy it is. Our teenage Vampire soon finds herself swept up in a world of social intrigue and ancient hierarchy as she enters the hidden world of the Vampires. Adopted by her "Uncle" and "Aunt" Pinkbat, Amelia becomes one of the clan and quickly finds she needs to grow up fast and catch up on the rules of being a Vampire if she is to survive long in a cut throat society filled with political feuds and clan territorial disputes. Being a Vampire is not as Romantic as Hollywood makes it out to be! Amy has a writing style that is refreshing and well thought out. She handles the romance tastefully and you can tell the character is an extension of the author herself. The illustrated version is a real treat because you get to see, obviously, illustrations of the characters done by the talented Heby Sim. This adds a significant value to the book. I suggest that everyone read this book. Give it a try because there will be more coming from this EXTREMELY talented author. ...The Eerie Digest: (the magazine that's seen around the world) Author Amy Mah who we had interviewed in our March issue, has now published a follow-up issue to her hit Fangs Rule: A Girl's Guide to being a Vampire. Amy has a huge following in the UK, and is gaining an interest by the younger generation here in the States. Teenagers and young adults will love the humor within its pages.
About the Author
The author Amy Mah is a well known international blogger, that writes and blogs as a cynical teenage vampire: She has now taken what she started as a diary blog and turned it into something much much more, as this diary is fully illustrated with manga artwork Being a vampire sounds like it should be a cool thing to be as a teenage girl, like sleeping during the day and enjoying a night life with friends, huh, no one had warned me that it also meant having to suffer Teenage Hormones for so long! I am stuck as a teenager the years may pass but I am the same age! And as to the rules, so many rules, and vampire uniforms! Guys have long fancy cloaks that they are always tripping over and as to the Girls uniform, it is a 18th C Nightdress! The old male vampires expect a girl to walk about wearing just a see through nightdress with no underwear on!! as if that is ever going to happen!, they have seen far too many horror films! Life as a teenager is normally a living hell but even more so when you have fangs. The world is just out to get me, and not just by people trying to stake me because I have better teeth than they do!
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first off I bought the kindle version and had actually started reading that, but then I saw that there was a paper back version that is Illustrated as well so I bought it and carried on reading from where I left in the kindle version (turns out there is a kindle version of the illustrated one as well did not know that until later but no matter) I do not regret the purchase in anyway the manga style illustrations are excellent. The story it's self is fun to read and light on the eyes, probably not suitable for younger teens but depends on your own views if you think it is suitable, otherwise I would say it is better for 15+.
it was a very enjoyable read and I pretty fell in love with the character Amy in the story, the story in which is told from her view so it's rather funny hearing the funny things going on in her head that she thinks and she can often be rather cheeky but in a good way of course, but she is a very refreshing character compared to most others you see I suppose what I like most is that she does have a real personality and worries about all the normal things any teenager would but with the added problem that she is a vampire, so all your typical teenage problems are made worse just by that.
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