Policy and Terms of Use. Best Seller. Twelfth Grade Kills #5 by Heather Brewer . Also in The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod · Ninth Grade Slays #2. Eighth Grade. Genre: Young Adult. Twelfth Grade Kills. By: Heather Brewer. Performed by: Kevin Pariseau. #5 in Chronicles of Vladimir Tod. Vlad’s running out of time. About The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod: Twelfth Grade Kills. As a teenage vampire, Vlad has spent the last four years trying to handle the pressures of school.

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I really liked the series – it follows the life of Vladimir Tod from 8th through 12th grades and his experiences as a teenage vampire living in the normal human world knowing little about the vampire world since he was bor I just hate it when I read an entire series and then I don’t like the ending.

And, is there another source for the blood bags in the future? The Alumno is a secret organization that is dedicated to find the Pravus, a special half-human vampire that is immune to sunlight, impossible to kill, and ridiculously fast, strong, and powerful.

Twelfth Grade Kills #5

This series finale disappointed me like few others ever have. Opening the iTunes Store. Overview Music Video Charts.

You have a lot of things you need to explain. View all 4 comments. It was a bumpy ride, and bound to be difficult to tie up in in the end. There’s so much left unsaid here that at times it literally seemed to be screaming “save stuff for the sequel!

It would have been better if the author kept the reader guessing more, rather than giving away the plot. I still think Nelly is fantastic too. And I love how she said, “Vampires, after all, didn’t sparkle. Characters who claim they can’t live another day without a character seems to go on afterward after a very short grieving period. At first it seemed like it was just an illusion, but later in the book Vladimir figures out his dad is really alive and evil.


Each had its own distinct personality and together they made the book better. At the prologue of the book, D’Ablo is murdered by a mysterious man.

I absolutely loved it. Sign me up for the latest news from Penguin Teen, including new books, special offers, and promotions. Not all the characters will survive this one, and Brewer promises in her author bios no happy endings unless they have a lot of blood, and this one follows that mantra.

I thought things seemed more real with Meredith–she actually chose him, as opposed to being forced into hanging out with him and crushing on him because she was his drudge. Like others have said, the novel is cliche. To ask other readers questions about Twelfth Grade Killsplease sign up. Not to mention what is, by far, the twistiest plot this author has ever come up with – even from the very beginning, when a major villain is unceremoniously killed off in the prologue, followed by the first steps towards the resolution of the many cliffhangers of Eleventh Grade Burns.

I adore how Joss didn’t betray him in the end, and how Snow didn’t die fangirl, anyone? It’s definantly my favorite book of the series!!!! Vikas had opened the drapes to burn Aidan.

Twelfth Grade Kills by Heather Brewer

Also, what’s up with this Pravus stuff? Henry, you are the most epic best friend ever.


Otis, you are a super stud. The storyline with his father was great, I wasn’t sure how Brewer would bring him back, but she handled the plot very well and made it so everything made sense. Vladimir life was at stake literally. When i read that chapter where she dies, i was ssssoooo sad and felt like the book was incomplete Aug 27, Tracey rated it did not like it.

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Both the Elyssian council and the Slayers want him dead, if one doesn’t do it the other will. I am cry, still, just a little from thinking about it. After Em’s visit, Vlad and Henry go to the hospital to visit Joss.

The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod: Twelfth Grade Kills

I am still going to give it the rating I was originally, as I don’t bladimir it quite deserves as low as 3 stars, plus as one last thought it had a redeeming feature, on Page 99 it says this: The plot was spread way too thin.

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There was really no time to mourn any of those who passed. He chased them down with every drop of horror he could find—in books, movie theaters, on television.