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  • Paperback
  • 236 pages
  • Vampire University
  • V.J. Erickson
  • English
  • 23 February 2017
  • 1477690727

10 thoughts on “Vampire University

  1. says:

    Some events felt a bit forced , the idea of the story has been over used in the vampire genre, although I think it is one of the few good execution for it I had zero expectations for this book so I should have enjoyed itbut I really didn t, it was good but I don t care about it enough to finish it even though I actually think it would get better throughout the series if not in the end of this book.


  2. says:

    3.5 starsThis was a good book, though I did have a few problems with it Some of the events seemed a bit forced, and some where a bit anticlimatic You can definitely tell this book was meant asof an intro into the series then a daring series beginner It came across as beinglike a glossary at times with a bit of action, giving you background and other important info that will be useful to remember for future books Even the conflicts were set up to be fully resolved in later books a 3.5 starsThis was a good book, though I did have a few problems with it Some of the events seemed a bit forced, and some where a bit anticlimatic You can definitely tell this book was meant asof an intro into the series then a daring series beginner It came across as beinglike a glossary at times with a bit of action, giving you background and other important info that will be useful to remember for future books Even the conflicts were set up to be fully resolved in later books and the ending was ambiguous, which did make me want to really read book 2 Also, the pacing was odd to me There would be all this info and set up and then BAM All of a sudden there s a huge plot twist that I never saw coming and didn t fit into the story It felt a bit like the author finished the book and then thought, hmmm, not enough action, what can I throw in to make thisinteresting I know And while the writing isn t superb and at times it feels like an info dump that you want to skip, it still was a good story With a bitorganization andbalanced dialogue and action instead of info dumps, this could have been a great book.My dislikes aside, this was an interesting book and this series does show promise I did enjoy this story, and while it isn t going down as one of my favorite vamp books, it still offers a different take on vampires and no, they don t sparkle as well as including other mythological creatures that I hope to see and learnabout in future books I would recommend this story to others as the author definitely shows promise and for all of you tired of the Twilight craze, this is a refreshingly different take on teen vamps.Also, I d like to add a little shout out that I m sincerely rooting for my boys T and J to get together, I think they d make a great couple And if you want to know exactly who I m talking about, read the book


  3. says:

    I enjoyed this book There is some really great dialogue relative to the usual kindle books I ve picked up from new authors.


  4. says:

    The story started out interesting, but it very quickly became tedious to read Taylor was a boring main character, she didn t seem to think for herself much at all I got this book for free on , but it s not one I d recommend nor do I see myself continuing with the series.


  5. says:

    Book 23 complete.


  6. says:

    I picked Vampire University up as a kindle freebie froma long while ago but only recently got around to reading it Taylor lost both her parents when she was a child so growing up was tough now she s ready to start her freshman year of college at VanCamp University Her roommate is super outgoing and a little on the weird side but not in a bad way She also right off the bat encounters the Evans brothers one is desperate to get to know other the other wants her to stay away from his brot I picked Vampire University up as a kindle freebie froma long while ago but only recently got around to reading it Taylor lost both her parents when she was a child so growing up was tough now she s ready to start her freshman year of college at VanCamp University Her roommate is super outgoing and a little on the weird side but not in a bad way She also right off the bat encounters the Evans brothers one is desperate to get to know other the other wants her to stay away from his brother When Taylor accepts a date with Eric she is surprised when he takes her for sandwiches in a secluded place at school What should be a chance to know each other quickly turns dangerous when Eric s sinister motives come out When he kidnaps the RA it s up to Taylor to save her but she learns that there isgoing on at VanCamp that just trying to pass school She also learns that her roommate knowsthan she s letting on Will Taylor survive her first year of school or not make it to her first class I liked Taylor she s an ok character but not my favorite of them all I found myself liking Hannah there was just something about her that made me smile I also liked Tom and Joseph even though they aren t as key of players but I would hope to seeof them in the series In the first book Taylor hasn t had a lot of time to grow as a character but I see lots of potential for growth as she learnsabout who she is I picked this one up as a kindle freebie a while back The synopsis captured my attention right away The concept is interesting it s just the story is a not boring It all happened so far over a few days I felt that I didn t have time to connect with the characters or for them to grow like I would have liked For as many pages as the book had not a lot happened, and I wantedThe ending also fell short for me I might just be on an action packed kick and it was missing something That being said I think it has potential this is a debut book so maybe the next one will be better I just really wanted to love it but I didn t I don t think I would pay for the next one but if it was a freebie on kindle maybe


  7. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Although I kept saying to myself, I m tired of beings with fangs, pure white complexion and red eyes, I can t help it I picked this book And what did I get disappointment.The plot storyline should have been good There s this girl named Taylor going to college all alone, no family with her That makes the character mysterious And then she met this girl, Hannah, her roommate Wonderful Hannah, she s the only character I really like in this book And they easily get along despite Taylor s se Although I kept saying to myself, I m tired of beings with fangs, pure white complexion and red eyes, I can t help it I picked this book And what did I get disappointment.The plot storyline should have been good There s this girl named Taylor going to college all alone, no family with her That makes the character mysterious And then she met this girl, Hannah, her roommate Wonderful Hannah, she s the only character I really like in this book And they easily get along despite Taylor s self protests of not getting too close to people There were funny dialogues, thumbs up to the author Anyway, everything went wrong when the author put an abrupt end to the mystery that was supposed to remain an enigma It has to do with the supposedly gorgeous and endearing two vampire brothers Eric and Joe and what we called Insta love or Insta hunger And then to save the plot, the author tries to add other mythical beings which Hannah refuted, saying they do not exist And then the reader finds reads that they do exist as well as the characters And all of us, should be in shocked right now But hell no This is the problem about this book, its not well written, some sub plots I think should be explored , such as why is the university housing vampires, and Taylor s half vampire state as well as her brother If those things could have taken care of, it would make this muchbetter And the ending was lackluster However, since its a series, I hope the author could make up for the mistakes made in this book in the next installment I think its already published the 2nd book Would I read the next one, let s say I will, but not today, not tomorrow, maybe in a few months time


  8. says:

    A fun, brisk read that s a little light on the world building and plot I found I liked itthan I should, maybe because the characters are pretty good.Taylor has just arrived at VanCamp university She s looking forwards to start college, and is assigned a dorm and a roommate, the pixie ish Hannah Hannah s friendly, if a little bossy She also meets the clowning, charmer Eric and his gloomy twin Joe Unfortunately neither Joe nor Eric are what they seem both are vampires, and Eric is takin A fun, brisk read that s a little light on the world building and plot I found I liked itthan I should, maybe because the characters are pretty good.Taylor has just arrived at VanCamp university She s looking forwards to start college, and is assigned a dorm and a roommate, the pixie ish Hannah Hannah s friendly, if a little bossy She also meets the clowning, charmer Eric and his gloomy twin Joe Unfortunately neither Joe nor Eric are what they seem both are vampires, and Eric is taking a particular interest in Taylor Not that she would mind, but when Eric crosses the line one night, Taylor finds that maybe she isn t so normal herself.There s some problems with worldbuilding in this Vampires in VA break a lot of the rules of being normal ones, like being able to walk around in the day Some abilities like that never get explained Some changes are interesting though vampires can heal the wounds they make as to avoid detection There isn t much explanation why vampires need to go to college, or on the general supernatural world The plot also is a little basic, and rushes a bit at the end to provide a real villain and set up the next book.But the characters are fun, the book is short and not really full of angst, and it misses a lot of the usual pitfalls of insta love, dangerous bad boys presented as hot Eric even at the start is seen as pushy, and several others I liked it, in a quick comfort food sort of way


  9. says:

    It wasn t badper say it just also wasn t very good The writing is akin to something I would equate to the k 12 years in that it just was not very refined or polished The dialogue was corny and often trite The pacing was, well,wasn t really any pacing things just happened, and then happened, and then happened again I might recommend this for someone still in middle school who was interested in the Twilight type vampires that is to say not vampires at all The only real exciting parts w It wasn t badper say it just also wasn t very good The writing is akin to something I would equate to the k 12 years in that it just was not very refined or polished The dialogue was corny and often trite The pacing was, well,wasn t really any pacing things just happened, and then happened, and then happened again I might recommend this for someone still in middle school who was interested in the Twilight type vampires that is to say not vampires at all The only real exciting parts were brought up randomly and resolved much too easily quickly with little to no effort at all on the heroine Her friends just barged their way into the friendship and the main character just sort of took it There is randomly two super rare things at this school that justshow up No real reasons or explanations for their being there Mainly, my problem with this book was that there really wasn t a plot and the characters don t feel real Everything just seemed as if someone was sitting there trying to tell you a story in a super excited voice, but they kept skipping over all the important parts, speaking way too fast, and you really only got the jist of it and not what was actually going on


  10. says:

    It s a good storyline, but there were a few glaring mistakes that the author should have caught Like, using one name for another in the story, that happened a couple of times, Hannah said, and it should have been Taylor said The whole thing about the school being on an island wasn t mentioned until the end of the book several times during the book it was mentioned that they were in a city but nothing about an island It was confusing that it was never mentioned before I would have liked t It s a good storyline, but there were a few glaring mistakes that the author should have caught Like, using one name for another in the story, that happened a couple of times, Hannah said, and it should have been Taylor said The whole thing about the school being on an island wasn t mentioned until the end of the book several times during the book it was mentioned that they were in a city but nothing about an island It was confusing that it was never mentioned before I would have liked the world to have been built a littlethoroughly before the book ended, but oh well It s a quick read, has potential


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Vampire UniversityConstantly Moving As She Grew Up, Taylor Had Learned The Hard Way How To Blend In Wherever She Went But When She Moves To VanCamp University For Her Freshman Year Of College, She Immediately Finds Herself At The Center Of Attention Of Nearly Everyone She Encounters From The Charismatic And Mysterious Evans Twins, To Her Quirky, Clingy Roommate Hannah, It Seems That The People In Taylor S New College Life Have No Intention Of Letting Her Be The WallflowerIt S Not Just Blending In That Taylor Has To Worry About, Though At VanCamp University, There Is To The Staff And Students Than Meets The Eye While Trying To Adjust To Her New Life On Campus, She Finds Herself In A World Where Fairy Tales And Reality Collide, Where Gargoyles And Leprechauns Mingle With Humans And Vampires, And Where Nothing Is As It First AppearsAnd As She Discovers The Truth Of Her Own Unusual Heritage, Taylor Learns That Fairy Tales Are Just The Beginning


About the Author: V.J. Erickson

A military brat as a child, VJ Erickson has lived across the country, from Washington state to South Carolina and many places between He spent a number of his elementary and middle school years riding his bike and playing make believe in the woods of a small village in Germany and now still feels the itch to travel abroad.A city lover at heart, he is drawn to bustling metropolises like Tokyo, Beijing, and Singapore and now lives in southern Connecticut just outside of New York City, his favorite place on the planet.He loves hanging out with his dog Toby, watching the Food Network then trying occasionally succeeding to make up his own recipes, and tending to his modest container garden on his apartment balcony.