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Vamp Camp Chronicles: Book One

Did Mårten Larsson want to be a vamp? Not so much. He wanted it as much as he asked to have a sissy circle over the å in his name. He just woke up dead one day with a piece of paper that said, “Dude, you’re a vampire. Drink some blood. Don’t suntan.”

Luckily, another vampire finds Mårten and agrees to teach him how to live (well, not live, exactly) as a vampire. And so Mårten goes to Vamp Camp, where he has to survive without getting staked or baked, learn how to work with fangs and blood lust while spending time with his boyfriend, and employ his wicked wit as he masters the art and science of vampirism.

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Vamp Camp
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3 / 5
Some good moments
January 6th, 2014
Hard to put it into words what it was that made this book simply: "Meh" in my opinion. I think over all I found it to be too easy. It skips over difficult moments and eschews challenges that would help the characters grow. Because of this, I found the bonds forced and I was unconvinced about the characters attachments to each other. I felt as a reader, I was not allowed inside. Which was frustrating, because the characters were compelling and the reason I bumped this novel up to 3 stars.
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