Ninth Grade Slays has ratings and 14 reviews. Mileena said: I was Ninth Grade Slays (The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod Graphic Novel, #2). Other editions. Title: Ninth Grade Slays (Chronicles of Vladimir Tod) Author(s): Heather Brewer ISBN: / (USA edition) Publisher: Dutton. 2 Oct The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod: Ninth Grade Slays takes place in Bathory and in Siberia, Russia. While in Bathory the story takes place at.

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Most of us students finish them in twenty minutes. Jan 22, Pages Young Adult. Brewer gradf it to mean a half smile and a slight smile and a bemused smile, etc. The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod 5 books. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Other books to read: I’m impressed with this young series see the first book, The Chronicles of Tod: Because Vlad acted like any teenager in the world would, trying to decide things for himself, he’s suddenly the Dali Lama.

A quick fun read that I really enjoyed. The chroniclles from the school newspaper is tailing him.

It’s funny that Vlad insists that he will never control humans seeing as how he forced Henry into accepting being his drudge; it’s a slippery slope, my friend. See all reviews. A few years ago, Vlad’s parents died in a house fire that killed them yet left the rest of the house in tact.

Learn how and when to remove these template messages. There’s still that issue with the big time skips in the narration.


Dark but fun, with enough Buffy references to make a Buffy fan When it comes to vampire novels, I admit I am rather easy to please.

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Vlad tires to reason that not all vampires are murderers, chrnoicles the narrative refutes this by admitting that not only do a lot of vampires kill for fun, but they also kill their victims after drinking from them. In a small town like this, word spreads quick Ninth Grade Slays by Heather Brewer is about a half-human-half-vampire named Vlad and his struggles with life as a freshman at Bathory High School and having a secret nobody can learn.

An idea is brought up and then dropped until the author can get back to it. Share your thoughts with other customers. Vlad is borderline obsessed with Otis, and they give no indication of how this came to be.

Just like the first one, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Present to your audience Start remote presentation. A trip to Siberia gives study abroad a whole new meaning as Vlad connects with other vampires and advances his mind-control abilities, but will he return home with the skills to recognize a vampire teh when he sees one?

Ninth Grade Slays

Delete comment or cancel. Apr 08, Linda Cholakian rated it liked it. I loved this book, it was great, it has become my favorite book.

Jun 13, Rose rated it really liked it Shelves: Where does he live? My problem is the book only skims the vampire world and its code. Vlad is nearly caught but hides behind a grandfather clock and slips out of the house after the vampire leaves. Feb 16, Glittery Mango Ealee rated it it was amazing Shelves: Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. This article has multiple issues.


It’s really good, though there are a couple things that were missing but I understand why. Buy the Audiobook Download: The rib D’Ablo had broken last year had been no picnic, either. I also find it troubling that the author disvows some of the vampire myths but, keep others. Loving vladimur this great series put to picture.

Refresh and try again. It’s got great references to vampires in pop-culture look and you will see. Another bit that irritated me: Vlad returns, with all his glorious sarcasm that I so love! Harleigh Mckey rated it really liked it Feb 04, And the cousin named Joss has nothing to do with Joss Whedon the Buffy creator.

On yrade of that, it was D’Ablo who sent Joss and was controlling his mind to prevent him from realizing that D’Ablo was a vampire. As denotes most sequels, especially in middle grade novels, the story itself is rather formulaic, but it is still fun because of all the new information we get about Vlad’s father, about his vampire family, and about his emerging powers.