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Fake Blood

Its the beginning of the new school year and AJ feels like everyone is changing but him. He hasnt grown or had any exciting summer adventures like his best friends have. He even has the same crush hes harbored for years. So AJ decides to take matters into his own hands. But how could a girl like Nia Winters ever like plain vanilla AJ when she only has eyes for vampires?When AJ and Nia are paired up for a group project on Transylvania, it may be AJs chance to win over Nias affection by dressing up like the vamp of her dreams. And soon enough hes got more of Nias attention than he bargained for when he learns shes a slayer.Now AJ has to worry about self-preservation while also trying to save everyone he cares about from a real-life threat lurking in the shadows of Spoons Middle School....

Title : Fake Blood
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ISBN : 9781481495561
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 300 pages
Status : Available For Download
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Fake Blood Reviews

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  • Dakota Morgan

    Fake Blood is cute and kinda fun, but it is also terrifically dull and tediously overlong. Exceptional art can sometimes make up for these issues...and that's not the case here with Whitney Gardner's simple, colorful illustrations. I know I'm not the target market for a graphic novel featuring sixth graders, but I think even sixth graders would be bored here.

    Here's the plot, such as it is: AJ likes books and Nia, Nia likes vampires, AJ decides to dress up like a vampire to get Nia to like him. T

  • Constance

    Super fun! Definitely a blast for vampire fans. I love that it was set in Portland and there were lots of fun references to the city.

  • Natalie (Natflix&Books)

    Ok, this was a seriously cute and fun graphic novel about a boy who pretends to be a vampire to attract the girl he likes (a girl who is obsessed with vampires).

  • Paul  Hankins

    A nice mash-up of the coming of age story with a clear send up of the Twilight series. Perfectly-situated for that entering middle school reader navigating the changes that come with getting older and the transitions that come along with growth.


  • Nina Moreno

    I enjoyed this book SO much! The art is so engaging and perfect for this hilarious, heartfelt, oh, so achingly middle school story. Crushes, vampires, sixth grade! I bought this book for me, but my 11 year-old is OBSESSED. He struggles with written words, but here the art captured him wholly. He's a budding comic artist and loves to draw his favorites, and this is now his new everything. There's something so Stranger Things/October cool and nostalgic about the feeling, setting, and story of FAKE ...more

  • Laura

    Real cute! Liked the art and colors, enjoyed the story. Queer inclusion woulda been nice.

  • Beth

    This is great! I giggled so hard at this graphic novel. The story is just too funny! Kids are going to love it.