An edgy book for teens that spans the gap between YA and adult fiction.
Life after high-school is tough enough without having to go 15 rounds with your inner demon. Val Shapiro is just your ordinary, part-demon, teenaged vampire hunter with a Texas drawl. And a pet hellhound named Fang. Soon enough she finds herself deep in the underbelly of the city, discovering the secrets of the Demon Underground and fighting to save those she loves. Whether they love her back or not.
©2009 Pam McCutcheon (P)2012 Bell Bridge Books
Meeting her hellhound/demon dog
Vel being homeless for a short time and not knowing what to do.
Fang really got the story going for me. I was about to give up on the book when Fang pulled me back in. Plus the narrator's voice to me didn't fit the young character. The narrator sounded much older then what Vel should've sounded in my opinion. Love that dog hate that her parents did Vel the way they did her.
Tell us about yourself!I have been reading constantly threw audio books sense a verry small age and have never lost the love of them.
sharp, funny, different
I like when she meets her new sidekick and soon to be friend Fang
i'm a book reader not a movie watcher. just read this
this is a verry good book that captures the middle ground between teen and adult. it is funny, witty and has enough action to keep you interested. the charactor really grows in to her own and i can not wait to read the next one.
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