Policy and Terms of Use. Best Seller. Twelfth Grade Kills #5 by Heather Brewer . Also in The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod · Ninth Grade Slays #2. Eighth Grade. Genre: Young Adult. Twelfth Grade Kills. By: Heather Brewer. Performed by: Kevin Pariseau. #5 in Chronicles of Vladimir Tod. Vlad’s running out of time. About The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod: Twelfth Grade Kills. As a teenage vampire, Vlad has spent the last four years trying to handle the pressures of school.

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I did understand that Vlad never really knew Meredith that well and may not have had as much in common with her, but the Snow thing always bothered me because of the way it started and that she had been his drudge and his sustenance.

Auntie Brewer really delievered with kick ass action, jokes, and plenty of blood that would make Sweeney Tod look like a Disney, well something along those lines. D It was the perfect ending to a great series of Vladimir Tod. Everybody was also straight, neurotypical, able-bodied, and cisgender.

It was filled with action packed scenes, and intense romance. As you can tell, there’s a lot going on in this book.

Twelfth Grade Kills: The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod, Book 5 (Unabridged)

Heather does not believe in happy endings Brewer does a decent, if not stellar, job of it. It’s absolutly torturous and horrible, it makes me cry.

Overall, the characters were interesting and fun to read xhronicles.

But then again, that’s nearly impossible because you just flippin’ devour the book! The plot was spread way too thin. Nov 13, Just Me rated it liked it. Two cops confront Vlad about Joss and Vlad answers some of their questions. His dad showing up helped add some interest to the story, but overall kilps doesn’t save this book from being just an average book.


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I haven’t finished reading the book, but I have decided how I feel about it. Also, the smiley face with the fangs is pretty cool. Apr 29, Baine marked it as to-read Shelves: View all 4 comments.

I read each of these books in less than entire day.

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After reading the whole series, I think this book did not have a good ending. I really like the covers for these books. I will read Heather Brewer’s future books – I do like her writing and her stories – I just was not happy about the way this series ended. One of the most anticipated is FourDeadQueens and if you pre-order astridscholte ‘s fan… https: I mean, what’s with the Pravus power anyway?

The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod would have been better in one or two books. This page was last edited on 17 Octoberat And it’s even funnier that Snow may very well be what Heather Brewer wanted to be when she was a teen: Vlad’s dad, Tomas, came back to life, but, he never really died.

Apr 07, Jj rated it it was amazing. In the end it wound up to be a sort of mix of the two styles. I read the series voluntarily and got pretty much all that I asked for – mindless brain munch good for in between midterms, plus let us not forget that as a female adult college student I’m not exactly the target audience grqde.


I am cry, still, just a little from thinking about it. I mean the question. I had a really hard time picturing him and his friends as seniors in high school and had to keep reminding myself that he was 18, not Spoilers don’t actually spoil the ending for me; they only encourage me to discover them for myself. Finally, days later, Vlad decides to go to his hiding spot the belfry in the school.

Mar 14, Ricky rated it it was amazing Shelves: At the house Tomas says he was hiding from a secret vampire society that wants the Pravus to enslave vampire kind to make vampires the world’s supreme rulers and that they were responsible for the fire and Mellina’s death. Each of these major topics is given only ONE chapter in which to resolve it’s self and not one of those chapters comes in at over 5 pages long.

Not to mention what is, by far, the twistiest plot this author has ever come up with – even from the very beginning, when a major villain is unceremoniously killed off in the prologue, followed by the first steps towards the resolution of the many cliffhan The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod conclude for now, though I hope Uncle Z returns to this world someday, whether it be a prequel centered on Otis or a sequel about Vlad’s college years and beyond with blood, gore, guts, and delights everywhere.