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Twelfth Grade Kills

by Heather Brewer

Author: Heather Brewer

Books » Fantasy fiction

Language: English

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Vlad’s running out of time. The Elysian Council has given him weeks to live, and that’s if the Slayer Society doesn’t kill him – along with all the citizens of Bathory – first. Then there’s the issue of Vlad’s father, who may or may not still be alive after all these years, and oh yeah, that tiny little detail in the Pravus prophecy about Vlad enslaving Vampirekind and the human race. So much for college applications.

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ISBN: 0142417521
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...hat she will, but I have never heard of a released drudge turning successfully. Not once. Their blood rejects the transformation for some reason. You may lose her anyway, Vladimir.” Vlad ignored the blood that was soaking through his clothes. He ignored the sounds of war all around him. He ignored even his uncle’s caring presence and looked at Snow, really looked at her for the first time. Gently, he ran his thumb down her cheek. Bending down, he kissed her quiet lips, swallowing his tears. He had to be strong. For Snow. “I have to try, Otis.” Otis gauged his sincerity for a moment, then, as if satisfied by what he saw in Vlad’s eyes, he spoke. “Drain her, but not completely. You want her heartbeat as slow as possible, but still beating. It takes a great amount of control...

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What about his speed? What about his unconscious control? His vampire detection? His mind control? From what Vikas tells me, Vlad is skilled beyond any of us.


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Vampires, after all, didn t sparkle.


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