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Diary of a Wimpy Vampire Trio Award-winning author Pack

by Tim Collins (author) (UK edition)

Suitable for 11 - 18 years

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Product description

Adrian Mole meets Twilight in the hysterical diaries of unlucky Nigel Mullet, who – like Edward Cullen in Twilight – was transformed into a vampire as a teenager, and will remain this age forever. Unfortunately, Nigel became a vampire at the awkward age of fifteen, and must now spend eternity coping with acne, a breaking voice, and total ineptitude with girls! In this excruciatingly funny series, Nigel chronicles his increasingly desperate attempts to be noticed by the love of his life, Della Sparrow; the constant mortification caused by his vampire parents; and the frustration one feels when you’ve got the whole of boring eternity stretching out in front of you. Being a wimp is bad enough when you’re a kid. But when you’re a vamp, it lasts forever!

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Paperback

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  1. Erin
    on 20 April 2013

    Amazing

    These books are amazing one of a kind. I don't normally like vampire books but i really enjoyed reading them. We all know vampires aren't real but when you read these books you feel like your there watching it all and its a true story. Good books to read if your just starting to get used to longer chapter books.
    Enjoy because i did!!!

    5out of 5

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