My Sister the Vampire #1: Switched
Later she finds out that Ivy is a vampire and a lot of the people at her school are, too. Olivia is exactly the opposite of a vampire. She doesn’t wear black, she loves garlic, and her skin is not pale. Olivia is sort of scared of all of these vampires. By the end of the book her feelings changed because one of the vampires at the meeting became her friend. The book ends with Ivy and Olivia deciding to stick together even though one is a vampire and one is not.
I think that the author, Sienna Mercer, is great at writing and should keep up the good work. Sienna Mercer did an excellent job of showing how even vampires can be good guys if you don’t treat them like Brussel sprouts. I also liked it a lot how Sienna Mercer used some of the myths about vampires (like the weakness for garlic) but not others (like vampires not being able to see their own reflection).
This book is a good choice for both genders and kids ages seven and up. The words weren’t too complicated but she made the story very good. “My Sister the Vampire #1: Switched” is the first in a series and I can’t wait to read the other.