Still Sucks to Be Me: More All-True Confessions of Mina Hamilton Smith, Teen Vampire (Paperback)
More All-True Confessions of Mina Hamilton Smith, Teen Vampire
Wizards of the Coast, 9780786957842, 374pp.
Publication Date: July 12, 2011
In this eagerly awaited sequel to the popular "Sucks to Be Me, "Kimberly Pauley addresses many of her fans most pressing questions (Will Serena become a vampire? What happened to Raven? What's next for Mina and George?) with signature humor and breezy bloodsucking style.
"From the Hardcover edition.
About the Author
(Or perhaps the Vampire Relocation Agency is just forcing her to say that?) As her alter-ego, the Young Adult Books Goddess of yabookscentral.com, she has been reviewing books for teens since 1998. She lives in Illinois with her son Max and her husband Tony, who is also not a vampire (maybe).
Praise For Still Sucks to Be Me: More All-True Confessions of Mina Hamilton Smith, Teen Vampire…
Praise for Sucks to Be Me and Still Sucks to Be Me:
“Of all the Vampire novels I have read, Sucks to Be Me was my absolute favorite. It was smart, original, with a lovely, honest heroine, and it was laugh-out-loud funny. I almost fell out of bed laughing at one point. I couldn't wait to get a hold of the sequel, Still Sucks to Be Me. When it came out, I devoured every page. For those who love the genre, yet are tired of tragic, Byronic lugubrious vampires, this is truly a unique and hilarious read.”—Margot Adler, NPR correspondent and author of Drawing Down the Moon.
Praise for Sucks to Be Me
“Pure wish fulfillment”—Kirkus
“The adolescent vampire novel gets a pleasantly light, bizarrely heartwarming treatment in this novel . . . It’s an unusual mix, a welcome change from all the darker, angsty teen vampire novels around these days, and a very promising first novel.”—Locus
“The lively pace, amusing tone, and accessibly non-gory vampire plot make this an ideal summer beach read, particularly for horror fans who may appreciate a lighter look at the path toward immortal bloodsucker.” —Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books