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ISBN:0061920908
Author: Adam Rex
ISBN13: 978-0061920905
Title: Fat Vampire: A Never Coming of Age Story
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Language: English
Category: Science Fiction and Fantasy
Publisher: Balzer + Bray; 1 edition (July 27, 2010)
Pages: 336

Fat Vampire: A Never Coming of Age Story by Adam Rex



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Adam Rex. Doug Lee is undead quite by accident-attacked by a desperate vampire, he finds himself cursed with being fat and fifteen forever. When he has no luck finding some goth chick with a vampire fetish, he resorts to sucking the blood of cows under cover of the night. But it's just not the same. Then he meets the new Indian exchange student and falls for her-hard. Yeah, he wants to bite her, but he also wants to prove himself to her. But like the laws of life, love, and high school, the laws of vampire existence are complicated-it's not as easy as studying Dracula

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Searing, hilarious, and always unexpected, Fat Vampire is a satirical tour de force from one of the most original writers of fiction today. Then he meets the new Indian exchange student and falls for her - hard. But like the laws of life, love, and high school, the laws of vampire existence are complicated - it's not as easy as studying Dracula. „I wasn’t trying to show you a comic book! said Doug as he followed them. I’m a vampire! I’m a fat vampire, okay? I was trying to lose weight before I got bitten.

Doug Lee is undead quite by accident - attacked by a desperate vampire, he finds himself cursed with being fat and fifteen forever. But like the laws of life, love, and high school, the laws of vampire existence are complicated - it's not as easy as studying.

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Doug Lee is undead quite by accident—attacked by a desperate vampire, he finds himself cursed with being fat and fifteen forever. When he has no luck finding some goth chick with a vampire fetish, he resorts to sucking the blood of cows under cover of the night. But it's just not the same.

Then he meets the new Indian exchange student and falls for her—hard. Yeah, he wants to bite her, but he also wants to prove himself to her. But like the laws of life, love, and high school, the laws of vampire existence are complicated—it's not as easy as studying Dracula. Especially when the star of Vampire Hunters is hot on your trail in an attempt to boost ratings. . . .

Searing, hilarious, and always unexpected, Fat Vampire is a satirical tour de force from one of the most original writers of fiction today.

Reviews: 7
Arryar
Such a great concept and a very strong beginning. There's nothing better than a YA contemporary that reflects the ugly, beautiful and comical frustrations of the teen years. Except this book lost that.

After finishing this book, I found that I was not only unhappy with the ending but I wasn't sure what the purpose was. The humor had long ago died, characters lost their personality, and what was happening in the story became a mystery--not a good one.

Was the book all about finding Doug's true creator? Was it about him finding himself? Is the story supposed to be a coming of age or an action mystery?

It got to a point in the story where I felt like the author was tossing in scenes and dialogue just to push the story along. The plot's flow made no sense. Things just happened to happen! Completely out of the blue.

In truth I give this book a 2.5/5 stars because the concept was good though the execution was bad. Also, the beginning was strong but the rest of the story fell flat. It had a few humorous and insightful moments but they were far and few in between.
Purestone
When I first found this book I was very interested. I, like many people, feel the over-saturation of vampire media needs to be taken down a peg, so seeing a novel that makes fun of the genre caught my attention immediately. When I finally got my hands on this book I was ecstatic! That is...until I started reading.

The main character of the novel, Doug, has been turned into a vampire by pure accident. He's now stuck as a pudgy fifteen-year-old forever. You'd think that would make a good set-up for a comedy, but unfortunately the book is not very funny. Doug is not in any way relatable as he's crude, sour, and just a plain bully to everyone around him, especially to his best friend, Jay - the one person who is trying to help him.

The story shifts over to a girl named Sejal who has a condition the book names "the Google," which is basically an addiction to the internet. Her character is very dull and dry, her purpose being that she's the love-interest of Doug - though she clearly doesn't return the feeling. Her scenes hold no true meaning other than character development; something the book doesn't do well.

Characters that seem like they'd be important end up not being important, and characters that don't seem important end up being important at the very last second. There is no real point to this book, and if there was intended to be one it was completely missed. Not to mention the ending of this book, which made NO SENSE and leaves you completely disappointed.

What was meant to be a witty satire meant to take aim at the vampire genre has fallen flat and has earned no recommendations from this particular reader.
TheFresh
So this book caught my eye in a comic shop. I read the back which made it sound very entertaining (isn't that what it's supposed to do?) so I found it on Amazon and promptly ordered it. After getting a quarter into the book, I found myself annoyed with the protagonist (Doug) who reminded me very much of Jonah Hill in SuperBad. I only continued to read it to see what was going to happen with some of the other characters. It got pretty entertaining toward the middle but the ending has got to be the most anticlimactic ending EVER. I probably won't be reading another book from this author again.
MrDog
I love the premise of the book and found it pretty entertaining. However, it had such a lame ending and there is a lot of things that are unresolved. I read this as a possible book for my daughter's book club (8th graders) who loved the Twilight series, but I really can't recommend it. Still an entertaining read....
Yellow Judge
The book changed tone about two thirds of the way through. It went from being a light-hearted fantasy to something darker, and so did the characters! Almost as if the two parts were written by two separate authors. (I liked the first two thirds better.)
Quynaus
Being a Twilight fan I enjoyed the satirical aspect of this novel. What if becoming a vampire didn't make you automatically handsome? Poor hero, or can I call him a tragic hero?, is cursed with bad luck in every facet of life(undeath). Each chapter kept me laughing and entertained.
Xtreem
It's fun and a completely new take on " vampire books" Here's a teenager who is stuck in a fat kids body when he becomes a vampire. I loved it.