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The Coffin Club (2008)

by Ellen Schreiber

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In this Vampire Kisses book Raven goes to visit her aunt in Hipsterville so she can find Alexander, who has yet to return from his trip to return Valentine to his siblings from the end of the previous book. Raven is still her smart sassy self, although she takes more foolish risks in this book than in the previous works. The ending is a little confusing and more unrealistic then ever. It implies that Phoenix is Alexander, which would mean that Alexander was completely aware that Raven was lying to him about her involvement at the Coffin Club the entire time and not only didn't get mad, but didn't react to it at all...that's a little bit strange. But I still love Raven and will probably keep reading the series. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
In this Vampire Kisses book Raven goes to visit her aunt in Hipsterville so she can find Alexander, who has yet to return from his trip to return Valentine to his siblings from the end of the previous book. Raven is still her smart sassy self, although she takes more foolish risks in this book than in the previous works. The ending is a little confusing and more unrealistic then ever. It implies that Phoenix is Alexander, which would mean that Alexander was completely aware that Raven was lying to him about her involvement at the Coffin Club the entire time and not only didn't get mad, but didn't react to it at all...that's a little bit strange. But I still love Raven and will probably keep reading the series. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
In this Vampire Kisses book Raven goes to visit her aunt in Hipsterville so she can find Alexander, who has yet to return from his trip to return Valentine to his siblings from the end of the previous book. Raven is still her smart sassy self, although she takes more foolish risks in this book than in the previous works. The ending is a little confusing and more unrealistic then ever. It implies that Phoenix is Alexander, which would mean that Alexander was completely aware that Raven was lying to him about her involvement at the Coffin Club the entire time and not only didn't get mad, but didn't react to it at all...that's a little bit strange. But I still love Raven and will probably keep reading the series. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
In this Vampire Kisses book Raven goes to visit her aunt in Hipsterville so she can find Alexander, who has yet to return from his trip to return Valentine to his siblings from the end of the previous book. Raven is still her smart sassy self, although she takes more foolish risks in this book than in the previous works. The ending is a little confusing and more unrealistic then ever. It implies that Phoenix is Alexander, which would mean that Alexander was completely aware that Raven was lying to him about her involvement at the Coffin Club the entire time and not only didn't get mad, but didn't react to it at all...that's a little bit strange. But I still love Raven and will probably keep reading the series. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
Once Valentine was feeling better Alexander took him to his brother. It has been 2 weeks since then and Alexander hasn't come back. Raven is worried that something bad happened to him. SO after school is done she goes back with her aunt and goes to the coffin club a few more times. When she there she finds something. It's and underground place where real vampires hang out. What happens if she made friends and finds Alexander. What if those friends where vampires who doesn't know that she's human.

I think you should read this book if you like mystical beings. If you like how one person changes everything you should read it. You should also read this book if you like adventures. This book is both written and is in anime. So if you like comics then read the anime. I would sugest the people you like things that aren't real they should read this book.
  maddie.albert576 | Jun 11, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0061288861, Paperback)

There's a hot new underground club in town . . . but membership lasts an eternity.

It's summer break, and Raven knows she should stay put in Dullsville until her immortal love returns. But when she decides to go after Alexander, she can't resist a visit to her favorite Goth-spot, The Coffin Club. Sneaking inside, Raven is shocked to discover a secret door that leads to the entrance of another hidden club. There's something peculiar about this cryptic hangout—and it's too enticing for Raven to resist. Soon a dangerous battle for the club's rule erupts between Alexander's old nemesis and a mysterious new guy. Can Raven avoid the clash before her curiosity lands her in serious trouble?

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When goth-girl Raven follows her vampire boyfriend to Hipsterville, she discovers a dangerous secret club inhabited by vampires who are feuding over its leadership.

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