Vampire Kisses Raven ha sedici anni ed una goth girl di quelle che vestono sempre di nero e amano l oscurit i cimiteri e i vampiri Abita a Dullsville una piccola cittadina dove non succede quasi mai niente ma a

  • Title: Vampire Kisses
  • Author: Ellen Schreiber Michele Foschini
  • ISBN: 9788895261331
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Paperback
  • Raven ha sedici anni ed una goth girl, di quelle che vestono sempre di nero e amano l oscurit , i cimiteri e i vampiri Abita a Dullsville, una piccola cittadina dove non succede quasi mai niente, ma adesso qualcosa cambiato Il maniero di Benson Hill, che ha la fama di essere infestato da fantasmi, disabitato da anni Fino all arrivo di alcuni misteriosi indivRaven ha sedici anni ed una goth girl, di quelle che vestono sempre di nero e amano l oscurit , i cimiteri e i vampiri Abita a Dullsville, una piccola cittadina dove non succede quasi mai niente, ma adesso qualcosa cambiato Il maniero di Benson Hill, che ha la fama di essere infestato da fantasmi, disabitato da anni Fino all arrivo di alcuni misteriosi individui, che si trasferiscono proprio l Chi sono questi inquietanti personaggi o meglio, che cosa sono Sar vero che Alexander Sterling, uno dei nuovi arrivati, bello, oscuro e sfuggente, un vampiro Il primo romanzo Renoir, dall autrice Ellen Schreiber.

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    1. Ellen Schreiber Michele Foschini says:

      Before I took pen to paper, I was an actress I attended a local university majoring in theatre and spent a summer in London at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts where I learned about the Old Bard from amazingly talented teachers When I returned from London, I relocated to Chicago where I lived for five years There, I graduated from the Second City Training Center and performed improv, Shakespeare, comedies and dramas I even sang and danced on a cruise boat without falling in Lake Michigan A classmate of mine from Second City and I created and performed a two woman show for a year before I braved it alone doing stand up comedy It was during this time I began to write an adult novel about a rock star I had always enjoyed writingFast forward a couple of years along with a move home where I was performing stand up at comedy clubs in the area On a plane to LA to decide my fate to move to LA or not to move to LA that is the question, my big bro, Mark, coincidentally with the same last name as mine author of PRINCES IN EXILE, DREAMS OF THE SOLO TRAPEZE and STARCROSSED handed me a young adult book he found at the library he thought I d like to read during the flight.As I read the book, I thought, I can do this I returned from LA, and instead of moving there, I wrote my story about the rock star as a young adult novel and called it JOHNNY LIGHTNING.Mark, my writing mentor, edited JL for me He was kind enough to send the manuscript to his publisher in Belgium Facet and they published it In Dutch I was now on a new life path In 2001 HarperCollins made me an offer I couldn t refuse Not only was HarperCollins going to publish TEENAGE MERMAID, but it was in a language I could read and book stores I could walk into HarperCollins also bought VAMPIRE KISSES and COMEDY GIRL.It was a dream come true Since beginning my new life path, VAMPIRE KISSES, TEENAGE MERMAID, and MY MOTHER, THE CLOWN have been published by Facet in Belgium and JOHNNY LIGHTNING has been published in Germany by Ravensburger Then my fabulous editor at HarperCollins asked me for a sequel to VAMPIRE KISSES HarperCollins published VAMPIRE KISSES 2 KISSING COFFINS and now the soon to be released VAMPIRE KISSES 3 VAMPIREVILLE I am currently writing VAMPIRE KISSES 4 When I m not writing about the love affair between vampire obsessed, goth girl Raven and my favorite mysterious dark eyed hottie, Alexander Sterling, I enjoy working on my other novels, shopping for Hello Kitty items, and attempting to gain control of the remote from my boyfriend.

    2 thoughts on “Vampire Kisses

    1. I don’t care that the writing is simplistic. I don’t care that the main character herself is simplistic. I don’t even care that these books were written for much, much younger readers than me, say… 14 year olds. I don’t care about any of that, because Vampire Kisses always puts a smile on my face. Some will find it to be silly; some will find it to be naïve; I find it to be refreshing, original and funny, even though after a few days I can’t even remember what the plot was about. Si [...]

    2. I was expecting a lot more from this book.I felt that the characters were very stereotypical, two-dimensional and that the story was predictable. Also, I hate the kind of stories where the two leads 'fall in love' in a matter of 24 hours, etcetera with hardly any interaction. This is what happens with Sterling and oh right, RavenI guess I shouldn't have expected a lot more from this book when the main characters name is so silly.

    3. ***Spoiler's below***Ugh, so this is going to be mostly a rant. just warning ya.With a title like 'Vampire Kisses', I, the reader, would assume that a: this book has vampires in itb. it is a romance novel, with kissingc. Whoever our character is, he/she is kissing a vampireWhile some of these are true. They might even all be true to a point, but not in the way I had expected or wanted! Really, we don't even know "our guy" is a vampire until pretty much the last page!!! You might assume it or thi [...]

    4. This book is way too coincidental.Allow me to discuss the irony, which Vampire Kisses has more than enough of (and this is still an understatement). The main character's (Raven) parents used to be what she called "hippies" when she was a kid. Now, if her parents were hippies, why would they name her kid "Raven?" Flower-loving lava-lamp-collecting Pink Floyd orange walls pink carpets hippies, would name their child Raven? I understand that I may be stereotyping the whole concept of being a 'hippi [...]

    5. Vampire Kisses is a really great book. I found it to be very original and absolutely hilarious. There were parts where I just couldn't stop laughing because Vampire Kisses is a very very funny book.Vampire Kisses was really interesting too. I found myself reading more and more and more of it and ended up finishing it because it's just a book that you want to keep reading. Vampire Kisses was thoroughly enjoyable and I will forever remember parts of it.I loved all of the characters, they were all [...]

    6. I love the vampire kisses series because it was the first vampire love novel i read before twilight came out and i am able to relate to this book a howl lot. I would recomend people to read this book and the howl series granted it is not as long or as good as twilight but it is worth the read. This teenage girl falls in love with this teenage vampire and she tries to deny it for ahilw and she is curious to find out who he is and it has been her life long dream to become a vampire. She broke it t [...]

    7. This book is kind of like a salad when all you really want is a steak. You start to read it and you really, really want the two main characters to get together and thats all well and good. It would be a better book if the main character wouldn't whine so much and get over the whole damned "I'm goth and no one understands me" bullshit. It wouldn't be as bad as it is if the characters had actual depth, if the parents weren't as retarded and if the story had more meat. There are other books followi [...]

    8. I must admit that this is a guilty pleasure type of book. Its very simple with not much depth to it but is a cute book. Though it is not something to read for a life changing experience it is cute and easy to read and follow so give it a try. Fall in love with Raven and her Vampire and follow them through all their terrifyingly wonderful adventures. Though there is some originality to the book it comes in the form of non-original vampire myths and legends (garlic, crosses, sunlight etc.) so just [...]

    9. Someone hand me the forks.I have no desire to be able to read after finishing Vampire Kisses by Ellen Schreiber.The main character is *goth* Raven *goth* Madison who *goth* is apparently a goth. In case you didn't get that from the author pointing that out every other page. She also pulls out every single cliche in the book, and ends almost every sentence in an exclamation point. People aren't called by the names that they are given, no, the snarky protagonist has to give them an insulting nickn [...]

    10. a re-read for me.i never realized how much of a drama queen raven can be.but still really funny.

    11. Oh god, what the fuck was this?Stupid plot.Stupid characters.Stupid writing.Everything about this book was so gooddarn stupid! How are these books even published?This book was for teeny boppy girls who are hopeless romantics and fantasize an Edward Cullen will someday come to get them. I was sick and couldn't move from my bed, hence settled for reading this whole series as it was the only one available in my mobile. Otherwise I swear to god, I'd not have read this shit in a million years.

    12. This is the third book by her that I've read, and she has a very light, ditzy kind of style of writing. Or maybe it's just her main characters, I don't know. Raven is a total perky goth. Like, seriously. She's very perky, it would be very annoying if I didn't like perky goths, so I'm warning you in advance. But here again, vampire romance. It was actually pretty cute, and there's also totally something going on with this other guy that does not get fully developed, but hey, there's 2 more books [...]

    13. Truly dreadful stuff. I am glad this was a library rental (I'd have kicked myself if I even scrounged up a penny to buy this tripe), although I felt I was doing my library a real disservice when I gave it backSo, spunky, yet incredibly moany teen goth Raven has taken that stupid, cutesy saying of: 'When other little girls wanted to be ballerinas, I wanted to be a vampire!', and taken it to heart. She loves vampires and finds out in the course of this book that a coven have indeed come to this to [...]

    14. Raven is gothic in a town where that's rather frowned upon and so she's rather lonely until a family moves into the wonderful mansion. Things move fast in this novel and I like that. Nothing is ever boring and Raven is as funny as can be. I love Alexander and his shy and quiet way. This book can be kind of cheesy but I just think it's cute as can be. This novel is kinda of what I wish my town was like, everyone is pretty good people with only a few bad apples instead of the other way around. I'd [...]

    15. A perfect teen-read for Halloween. Raven, a 16 year old goth, loves vampires and wishes to meet one. Her greatest desire comes to reality when 17 year old Alexander moves to the creepy mansion up the hill. He is so mysterious that he never gets out of his place, he paints the whole time and he is home-schooled. Lovely like "The little vampire" and so small that is read in a couple of hours pleasantly!

    16. This book sucked. And not in the good way either.So the main characters name is raven and she is goth. Tragically so what with her black combat boots, black lipstick, black hair. But at the saaaaame time she is a total freaking preppy girl. She argues with the hottest guy in school and she works at this travel place and at she seems completely fine with wearing bright red lipstick and a pretty red dress.Wait whaaaaT? I thought she was goth.Apparently she doesn't even know what goth is.Then she b [...]

    17. Scale of 1-10: 2.5Pros: Spunky heroine who isn't afraid to stand up for herself and be who she is, and more importantly, does not fit the norm.Cons: Kitschy vernacular wore on my nerves and was caricatured, while some of the dialogue was downright painful.Synopsis: 16-year-old Raven has wanted to be a vampire since she was 5. On the day she turns 16, a mysterious new family moves into the old mansion down the street - the very same "haunted" mansion that Raven snuck into back when she was 12. A [...]

    18. Reviewed by Me for TeensReadTooSixteen-year-old Raven Madison started her obsession with the dark side in kindergarten. While the teacher was asking her young students what they wanted to be when they grew up and getting the typical responses of nurse, fire fighter, and football player, young Raven answered the question the only way she knew how--she wanted to grow up to be a vampire. Raven's parents, Sarah and Paul, were typical hippies who spent their early years together waxing poetic about l [...]

    19. I am sorry I picked this book. From the story,the writing style,the characters to pretty much everything about this book made me want to throw it in a fireplace.The story is so unengaging that I had to find solace in homework.HOMEWORK. I had to force myself to finish reading this book and that took a great effort. Good books do not require an effort to be read.You keep expeting the story to give you something interesting and it fails to do so. Everytime you think "Oh now we are getting to someth [...]

    20. Basic InfoFormat: Audio Pages/Length: 4hrs and 31minsGenre: Young Adult; VampireAt A GlanceLove Triangle/Insta Love/Obsession?: Insta and ObsessionCliff Hanger: ehTriggers: n/aRating: 2 StarsScore SheetAll out of tenCover:8Plot: 5Characters: 4World Building: 4Flow:6Series Congruity: n/aWriting: 5Ending: 6Total: 4In DeptBest Part: Pass.Worst Part: INSTA LIKE WHOAThoughts Had: seriously?!; are you crazy!?; yah you're crazy. ConclusionContinuing the Series: eh.Recommending: no.Short Review: Sheesh. [...]

    21. It looks like it was written by a 10 years old girl who wrote a fanfiction while daydreaming about a handsome vampire as her boyfriend. Not my cup of tea.

    22. MORE? MORE! @ P.S. I love that book! THE WORLD: Okay so typical paranormal, the world like we know it just with a little bit of spice in form of vampires. This is probably the book even of Twilight era when everybody suddenly was writing about vampires. One way or another, it is an easy world to followARACTERS: Okay this book made me realize one big thing in my life and that was that I have a thing for vampire books if I love the main character. Okay maybe it sounds actually wrong because I have [...]

    23. To see full review click here.There’s no way I can talk about Vampire Kisses with a straight face. If it was intended on being written as a parody then Schreiber succeeded. If it was written to be a serious romance. Then…This is bad guys. So bad. It’s like the literate version of My Immortal.Take every Goth stereotype known to man, add some really out dated vampire references (including a cringe inducing cameo by Anne Rice), and top that off with a couple of romances that don’t make any [...]

    24. When I first read this book, I could not put it down. Ellen Schreiber uses a mixture of humor and darkness to tell the story of a goth girl who falls in love with a vampire. This is a book for all you classic vampire lovers and those who are into morbid comedy.***Edit:Now that I look back on it, it's okay. It's not particularly special, but I still enjoy it.Quite frankly, I'm sick of paranormal fiction. There are too many books written, especially for young adults, about it and very few are good [...]

    25. Actual rating: 3.5 stars.It's been a long time since I read about a character who can be a badass and completely crazy at the same time. I adored Raven. She was such a refreshment. Although I didn't like her complete obsession with vampires and all things black, I really liked her personality. She stuck up for a girl everyone beat up, she takes no shit from anyone and she really knows what she wants - to become a vampire. Complitely delusional, I know. But that's Raven.I liked how brave she was [...]

    26. Bite me!This book was recommended to me by my overdrive app and I would have never read it otherwise but I'm very glad I did. Way to go overdrive app!I loved that this book was not long or dull. It's cute and not the same story everyone else writes aboutd it wasn't 20 hours long! It seems like all the stories I have recently been reading are all freaking 12 to 18 hours long and I appreciated this author keeping it short and sweet. Raven is a high school student obsessed with vampires. She is dif [...]

    27. it was really good. for second i thought alexander wouldn't be a vampire but then it turned out he was.i really don't like trevor he's annoying and i laughed when raven took off with his clothes :D i like raven. she doesn't care what people think and she doesn't get scared easily. alexander is soooo awesome, i LOVE him. it was wicked at the end when everyone FINALLY accepted him. i almost cried at the end when alexander left. it was so sad :( i'm glad becky and matt got together. it was sooo awe [...]

    28. Si yo tuviera 8 años menos tal vez me parecería buenísima la historia, no no me ha aburrido el libro pero todo es tan equis comparado a otros libros de vampiros que he leído y menos con ese final tan de ¿que esta pasando? ¿de verdad tengo que leerme la continuación solo para saber que va a terminar como ya se intuye? El punto a su favor es que se lee rápido.

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