The Vampire, the Hunter, and the Girl

The Vampire the Hunter and the Girl Adam and Jesus the vampire and the hunter have an innate antagonism which is only heightened once they discover they re competing for the affections of the same girl Olivia the girl is an aspiring au

  • Title: The Vampire, the Hunter, and the Girl
  • Author: Martin Lastrapes
  • ISBN: 9780985704322
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Paperback
  • Adam and Jesus the vampire and the hunter have an innate antagonism, which is only heightened once they discover they re competing for the affections of the same girl Olivia the girl is an aspiring author struggling to write a vampire novel What none of them yet know is there s a menacing force looming that will change the course of their lives forever With the firsAdam and Jesus the vampire and the hunter have an innate antagonism, which is only heightened once they discover they re competing for the affections of the same girl Olivia the girl is an aspiring author struggling to write a vampire novel What none of them yet know is there s a menacing force looming that will change the course of their lives forever With the first installment of The Vampire and the Hunter Trilogy, Martin Lastrapes has created a vampire tale that is scary, funny, thrilling, and satisfying to the very last drop.

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    1. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. My stop on the blog tour can be found at Donnie Darko Girl. Initially, what really drew me to read The Vampire, the Hunter, and the Girl was Olivia's character as an aspiring author. Also using the names Adam and Jesus together made me think this novel would have something to say about religion, and I was interested to see if I was right. These three characters - Olivia, Adam, and Jesus - cross paths and are brought together seemin [...]

    2. I've been waiting for the next project from Martin Lastrapes since I read his first novel Inside the Outside and loved it. He has quickly become one of my favorite authors ranking neck and neck with Neil Gaiman and Tom Robbins. I could not wait to get my hands on this book. Even more exciting was the discovery that it is the first book in a trilogy. This is not your average Twilight vampire novel. It is well thought out, it is funny, it's a little scary and my new favorite novel. There is some r [...]

    3. The Vampire, the Hunter and the Girl by Marti Lastrapes is Book I of a trilogy. The title tells us there will be a triangle, but this triangle will include some unusual characters in unusual situations. I see some serious problems ahead for all of them.They were brought before Dracula. Why? Let's read on and find out.Adam is a vampire and his biggest problem is boredom, so he takes up a hobby, bowling. Cherry, a vampire, had found him there and after she changed him they became inseparable. When [...]

    4. 3.5 starsIf ever a book had me coming and going, this one is it. It's most certainly not your usual kind of vampire book if there even is such a thing as a usual vampire book. Here we have the dark side, a good bit of romance, more than a dash of humor but, thank heavens, no sparkly. From one moment to the next, I wasn't sure which of these temperaments I was going to get. Then there's a multitude of characters which was okay but, as much as I like character development, it was really overdone h [...]

    5. I was offered the e-book by the author for a fair review.I thought that there was a lot of flashbacks on each character of this book.I understand that whatever happened to them in their past is what lead them to be who they were in the present. But I thought there was too much story about their past. Even Darlene, why did we get to know about Darlene's past if she wasn't one of the main characters? over 150 pages of flashback , there was just a little bit of present on each character.If it wasn' [...]

    6. Thing is there are parts of this book that I really enjoyed and then other areas that I felt like I had to trudge through. The prologue was interesting which is what got me into wanting to know more about what was going on. Then there was the beginning that was interesting but a little too much was going on for me to catch up. (I feel like the point of views should have its on section in this review )Ok so, I love books with multiple POV'S but to me this book had way too many point of views that [...]

    7. So I was chosen by Xpresso Book Tours to read this book and give an honest review on it! My rating is 2 out of 5 stars.This book is about a vampire named Adam, a vampire hunter names Jesus, and a girl named Olivia. Both boys like the girl, but obviously hate each other. The girl is trying to write a vampire novel but can't get any ideas. So she makes a deal with a vampire.The structure of the vampire world is much like in twilight, honestly. They can eat, they just don't because it's inconvenien [...]

    8. This is one of the best books about contemporary vampires I've ever read. At the same moment modern and classsic, this novel tells the story of a vampire ("young" Adam), a vampire hunter (Jesús) and their mutual love interest, the girl (Olivia). In the background, the big urban area, the Inland Empire, full of common vampires living the routine of their non-lives, but also the presence a much older menace. This book is full of really cool references to vampires in pop culture, from the classic [...]

    9. Ever wondered if vampires poop? Then this is the book for you.The vampire genre is a particular favourite of mine, and I cringe at the schmaltzy direction it has taken. This is not the case here. 'The Vampire, the Hunter, and the Girl' is a love triangle, like some other vampire series I know, but its three components are really cool yet deeply flawed people (and vampire). I'd go for a drink with any of them.Jesus the 'good guy' is a chivalrous family man who protects the innocentbut he's also a [...]

    10. I enjoyed this story and will most likely read the next two books in the trilogy once they are available. The writing style, however, was frustrating to me as it is not linear. The book bounces back and forth, revisiting the same scenes from different POVs. The fact that many sections are sections (a page or so) copied and pasted with no new insights added to it became frustrating and had me flipping back and forth thinking my bookmark had been moved back to sections I'd already read. There are [...]

    11. That ended really abruptly I was actually leaning in, anticipating the next words and it was over, to be continued. My heart stopped, then started beating really fast. I hope Book 2: The Vampire, the Hunter, and the Witch comes out REAL SOON! I can't wait to hear what happens next. Even though Victus and Elowyn didn't know each other very well, I liked these words they shared: “Why did you do this to me?” “So I could have you forever.” “You want to have me forever?” “And ever.”Th [...]

    12. First book is actually a setup for the second book.In this book you meet Olivia (she's trying to become a writer), Jesus (a young Hispanic man trying to be a vampire Hunter) and Adam (one of the vampires).Olivia finds Adam hoping to use his information to start a book. On l y things don't always turn out the way you think they will.Read and enjoy.

    13. Really quick read. I like that the vampires felt classic, and still had some twists on traditional lore. I also like that vampires are still monstrous even as they are fascinating. Lastrapes doesn't wave away the inconveniences or horrors of being a vampire. One of the few indy writers I'll definitely be following to the next book of the series.

    14. Enjoyable, engaging, entertaining. I don't usually read vampire books and was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed it. Some of the characters are so "real"; you can feel their happiness, sadness and pain. I'm looking forward the next book.

    15. Please kill me now so it's gets betterU should have stopped at the second chapter. It was boring tedious and irrelevant. I did not enjoy many chapters. You wore me out by dragging on so much. The story was just okay . Not fun not exciting. Not worth a second book. You just drones like a math teacher Subject started promising but like a teenage boy full of crap. Sorry

    16. Appreciate the attemptSome clever literary devices at work here but found myself skipping sections because of too much repetition in each character's POV, additionally his female roles are heavily mired in tired tropes and I found myself sighing with my teeth clench toward the end.

    17. I found the book really difficult to get into. The premise was intriguing and caught my attention, but the beginning of the book was slow. There is a love triangle that is curious and a bit strange between a vampire, Adam, the girl they both adore, Olivia, and Jesus, the vampire hunter. Olivia is caught between the two men and seems to like it there. Ironically, she is trying to write a vampire novel and meets Adam who can give her the up close and personal details she needs to sell her book. Ho [...]

    18. The Vampire, The Hunter and The Girl As the first in Martin’s Trilogy, The Vampire, the Hunter and the Girl follows Olivia, Jesus and Adam as they develop their relationships and occasionally work against each other. We learn a lot about how Vampires live and stay hidden in our society, but sadly that may be the best thing I can say.All three main characters are developed fairly well, making it easy for me to understand their actions and emotions, but I felt the constant and repetitive flash b [...]

    19. Fantastic!I had no idea I'd like this book but once I read the first chapter I couldn't put it down. Thank goodness I don't have a job to go to! It's exciting to read and the dialogue flows so you aren't bored throughout. I'm looking forward to reading the next parts. I'd certainly recommend this book to anyone who likes vampires.

    20. It's not you, it's meI don't have anything particularly against this book per se. The writing and editing are solid. It just couldn't keep my attention. It's got great reviews and I'm glad that others have such an interest in the story. Just not for me.

    21. A little bit of different take on the vampire genre. I'll be reading the next books to see where the story goes. I like that there was no insta-love and the characters are flawed, not perfect.

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