Diary of a Wimpy Vampire

Diary of a Wimpy Vampire

Tim Collins


Like Edward Cullen in "Twilight", Nigel Mullet was once reworked right into a vampire whilst he was once nonetheless undefined, and should stay this age perpetually. regrettably, Nigel grew to become a vampire on the awkward age of fifteen, and needs to spend eternity dealing with zits, a breaking voice, and an ineptitude with girls...In this, his excruciatingly humorous diary, Nigel chronicles his more and more determined makes an attempt to be spotted via the affection of his existence, Chloe Sparrow, the consistent mortification because of his vampire mom and dad (not to say the fear that they may by chance devour one in all his friends), and the disappointment one feels while you've bought the total of dull eternity stretching out in entrance of you and also you can't also have a lie in (vampires don't sleep). compelled to hang around with the Goths and emo teenagers as a result of his light pores and skin and social awkwardness, and always struggling with his embarrassingly overwhelming wish to sink his fangs into Chloe's neck, will Nigel ever get his woman? superbly witty and highly input tanning, this enjoyable and available diary will attract any fan of "Twilight" or "Adrian Mole", teenage or differently.

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