That's all well and good for Sunny, but what about Rayne? She still wants to be a vampire, and she really wants to stop being mistaken for her sister. Stake That! gives readers a chance to walk in Rayne's shoes - make that black leather zip-up boots - as she discovers that, instead of being one with the vampires, she has been chosen to slay them. The bad ones, that is. Now she's going undercover and hitting the vamp clubs downtown, fake ID in hand.
The book is set up like Rayne's online blog, complete with comments from random folks and Instant Message conversations with her best friend Spider. She shares details of her training experiences, her attempts to reconnect with her estranged father, and her growing interest in Jareth, a British vampire who helps her figure out how a blood disease is being passed around a vampire bar.
Stake That! offers more laughs and teen angst than violence. As they did in the previous book, the characters often Buffy the Vampire Slayer, which will crack up those who watched the television series. This book's best audience will be kids and teens that want a light vampire story.
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