Phenomenal. The most entertaining vampire novel I’ve ever read. This novel was a fresh twist on the usually yawn-inducingly boring angsty teen vampire story. This book was laugh out loud funny! I wanted to keep reading.
This novel made fun of all the vampire stereotypes. It was upbeat and modern, with a unique setting and wacky characters. The main character was all over the place with a spunky attitude. Her family was odd, which made them interesting. Her friends were supposed to be her enemies, creating a most interesting contradiction.
The ending was great. I have never read anything like it before in a vampire novel. It brought something new to the table. Overall, Fang Girl was a well written novel that made it seem like you were there, watching it in Technicolor.
Sure, the idea of vampires is sexy, but Jane Greene never actually wanted to spend eternity as a pasty, bloodthirsty fifteen-year-old. Now Jane’s dealing with parents who want her to vamp them, an undead Elder who’s trying to hunt her down, and a seriously ripped vampire hunter who can’t quite decide whether to stake her or make out with her.