Title: Fifty Percent Vampire
by D.K. Janotta
Release Date: September 5th 2015
Summary from Goodreads:
TEENAGE GIRL FLEES THE UNDEAD !!!
Living at home is driving seventeen-year-old Astrid Sonnschein nuts. She’s desperate to leave her parents behind, and why not, with stepfather George a foul-tempered old vampire, and Mom – well, the less we say about Mom the better. And our heroine has another compelling reason for getting out of Dodge. If she stays home much longer she’s in grave danger of being transformed forever, and the last thing she wants is to become the newest Nosferatu.
So it’s off to Rosenberg High and relative safety. Except it’s far from safe when her relatives are holier than holy Aunt Jean, beer-swilling couch potato Uncle James and devious, cat-loving cousin Emma. And that’s just evenings and weekends. Astrid Sonnschein’s schooldays teem with teeth-sinkable challenges, the man of her dreams refuses to play by the rules, and the plethora of pitchfork-bearing peasants are beginning to mutter. Peasants-schmeasants! It’s when the full moon rises that Astrid’s real troubles begin …
I really loved the cover and synopsis of this book so I couldn’t wait to dig in! It’s a very intriguing storyline that may have it’s downsides. It’s YA..so expect some young aspects, but it is written pretty well and keeps my interested so that’s a plus!
It may not be super duper amazing, but definitely give it a shot to see what you think!
About the Author
D.K. Janotta was born and raised in England and Wales but now calls a chalet on a mountainside overlooking beautiful Lake Geneva in Switzerland home. He has worked in Belgium, The Netherlands, Norway, France, South Korea, and several states of the USA. He subverts the vampire genre to ask questions about and reflect on the meaning of human life.