Vampiersleerling

Darren Shan Lucien Duzee


Vampiersleerling

Vampiersleerling

  • Title: Vampiersleerling
  • Author: Darren Shan Lucien Duzee
  • ISBN: 9789024537945
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Paperback



Darren Shan was een gewone schooljongen tot hij bij de Grote Freakshow kwam Hij worstelt met zijn nieuwe leven als vampiersleerling en probeert wanhopig weerstand te bieden aan die ene misselijkmakende verleiding het enige wat hem in leven kan houden BLOED.En ondertussen wacht de wolfman


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THIS IS NOTa unicorns-and-rainbows middle school book and I loved it for that. Finally, something where morals do not outweigh the plot. Finally, there'sevil characters who are truly evil(and not merely misunderstood). Finally, a book where death actually exists andposes a real threat. Hallelujah. Darren is still reeling from the events of the last book. He must cope with becoming a bloodthirsty creature of the night. He doesn't want to kill, but is finding the impulse increasingly more difficul [...]

The book was a quick, enjoyable, fun read. I liked it!Darren is miserable. His master, Mr. Crepsley, keeps pressuring him to drink human blood, but Darren refuses hoping to keep his humanity. But with each day that passes with drinking human blood Darren grows weaker. Crepsley warns Darren that if he does not drink he will die. On top of all this Darren is lonely for friends his own age. So Crepsley takes them back to the Cirque du Freak where this story takes place.I am enjoying this series a l [...]

I didn't know what to read next, even though Blood Song was already on my currently reading list, so I decided to rearrange a part of my bookshelf. I noticed book 3 lying around with a couple of other random books. I then had a slight feeling of wanting to continue on with the series. I heard nothing but great things, but book 1 managed to disappoint me. Setting the bad past experience of book 1 aside, I decided to read the book 2 and decide after if I would finish the series or not. Despite the [...]

I really had to think about my rating for this one for quite a while. I waffled between 3 and 4 stars for a few days because of one thing: the heavy-handed foreshadowing.The more I thought about it though, and especially after finishing the book, I realized one really important thing: these books are not written for people my age. Without the foreshadowing and the constant mentioning that bad things are coming, I honestly think that what happens could be severely traumatic, upsetting, and distur [...]

بدايتها بطيئة، أحداثها غير مخيفة على عكس ما توقعتالنهاية أفضل ما فيها، آخر 30 صفحة تقريبًا كانوا الأفضل الكتاب الأخير لهذا العام، عام 2017 وداعًا :)

What makes Darren Shan's books a great read is that even though they're over 200 pages long, I can easily finish them. The action within this book is very quick and there's always something new for you to read. The ending for me was a little shocking, but the way that Darren Shan writes makes you want to read the next book. The Vampire's Assistant is the 2nd book in a series of seven books. After reading the Dreamcatcher which was over 800 pages long this was an easy read and very quick. For man [...]

“The hunger inside us must be fed to be controlled.”Wow. This one blew my reading mind all over the place, being far superior to the first. Both stories were good and this was a continuation where the first left off; however, this one was more consistent with plot, pacing, and even richer in story detail. Generally the tales of "when all the big, bad begins" has the most suspense and ambition, but in this case the character slowly settling into his new world ended up kicking the previous boo [...]

The adventure continues of Darren, the half-vampire, as a vampire's assistant with the freak show. In this book he makes two new friends as he is adjusting to life as a half-vampire. He's coming to terms with drinking human blood -- stubbornly refusing to do so -- and meets an ecowarrior vegetarian nicknamed "Reggie Veggie" who will cause some trouble for Darren. I loved the book's age-appropriate discussion on environmental protection and animal rights. As someone who has been a vegan for quite [...]

The Cirque du Freak series was incredibly popular when I was in junior high school, but after reading the first novel, I don't understand why. The characters were all very annoying and facile, the plot dragged on aimlessly and the sentences were choppy. This book was nothing special and not even worth reading.

The Vampires AssistantBy: Darren ShanTwilight? Evermore? No, this isn't your average vampire book. Not all lovey-dovey, but real vampires. This book has no love, but it had cruelty. This book has things that Twilight and Evermore hid from you. This is just the second of the twelve books.Darren, the main character in the book, gives up his human life to become a vampire in order to save his best friend, Steven. Steven, in the first book, A living Nightmare got bitten by Mr. Crepsley's spider, Mad [...]

This book was quite gruesome but I liked it all the same. It is about The Vampires Assistant (Darren Shan) returning to the Cirque Du Freak with his guide Mr Crepsley (he was the one who turned him into a half-vampire). The difficult bit in the book comes when Darren Shan realises that he cannot stick to his humanity because he has to drink blood to survive. And he can't play with normal kids because he has powers and he might hurt them. So the whole book is about this struggle. Now I am reading [...]

I definitely need a break after tolerating this amount of stupidity!!!But I can't leave the story. I'll start the series again some other time.

Another lively chapter book for children Now we have a werewolf And an animal rights activist Do the two mix?

This book kept me up all night. Although it was on the paranormal side (and I'm pretty sick of this genre after the Twilight craze), but at least it's more adventurous than romantic (oh yeah! So my type!)This book is about a guy, Darren, who went to a freak show set up by some gypsy with his best friend. After the show, his friend told him to go home because he needed to talk to one of the performers. And Darren hide behind some curtains and overheard that the performer is actually a vampire and [...]

About the Book:After witnessing a freak show, Darren Shan meets Mr. Crepsley, a vampire, and Madam Octa, Crepsley's performing spider. Shan ends up stealing Madam Octa, but when something goes wrong, he has to return to Crepsley for help. However, there is a condition and now Darren is Mr. Crepsley's half-vampire assistant. Of course, becoming a half-vampire has its disadvantages. Darren has to leave behind his family and friends, it's impossible for him to make new ones, and there is also the f [...]

1. Darren Shan adds very macabre touches to his writing, and uses good cliffhangers and suspense to add to the feeling. All of the foreshadowing ("I know what's happening, and I'll stop it!"), gives you a stronger feeling,and enhances the feeling of being in the book.2. Darren Shan gives the main character (Darren Shan) lots of characterization. From his feelings on becoming a half-vampire to being Mr. Crepsley's assistant, you see a lot of anger in our kid vampire.3.This installment in the saga [...]

Like the first book, The Vampire's Assistant was very enjoyable. I am 100% sure that both vampire literature and non-vampire literature will enjoy it. This book made me angry, mad, laughed, and cry. Every single sentence gave me chills and goosebumps. One thing I think that makes this book a little better than the first one is how much the Circus was in it. In the first book, we only got to read about the Circus for a few chapters. Even though those chapters were amazing and giving me chills, I [...]

The second book is more interesting than the first one, and I sometimes forgot that I was reading it in English. I felt like I was reading it in Japanese. I really can't wait to read the sequel! I think the book series is very dark, and I don't want to recommend it to children because I don't like children are involved in violence, and they mix up the real world and novels. However, I highly recomend the series to English learners! It's quite easy for reading and never makes us bored to read! I [...]

در این جلد دارن شان خود را یک نیمه شبه معرفی می کند، او زمانی مثل همهء پسرهای دیگر انسانی کامل بوده است، اما برای نجات جان دوستش از مرگ، قبول کرده که زندگیش را به دست شبحی خونخوار بسپارد. دارن همراه شبح به سیرک عجایب میرود و دستیار او میشود. و ا. شربیانی

I read this one in just a few hours. Just 130 pages on my e-reader + an extremely simple writing style= a very quick reading experience.This one gets 3 stars instead of the previous 2 I gave the first book in the series, because of the ending. This one ended really well; it was fittingly brutal, "fittingly" as in "in a book about supernatural beings with an already simplified writing, it was great to FINALLY get some violence that the writer chose to just tiptoe around up until this point"I'm al [...]

It a great sequel to cirque du freak and is one if the best books in the series, will lot of exciting moments that eave you on the edge.

بهتر از جلد یکش بود حس می‌کنم

A fun and fast-paced sequel. Ralph Lister once again gives a great performance as the narrator.

Let me just start off by saying NONE OF THIS WOULD HAVE EVER HAPPENED IF YOU WOULD HAVE JUST DRANK SOME HUMAN BLOOD DARREN! Or you could have told Mr. Tall everything that was going on sooner than later, BUT NOOOOO. #imnotcryingyouare

[READ AT YOUR OWN PERIL](view spoiler)[The story begins with the protagonist of the last adventure, Darren Shan, and his guardian Larten Crepsley moving in for a drink of blood from an ex-scout. Darren is beginning to cope with life as a vampire's assistant though he still refuses to drink human blood and hates his companion, Mr. Crepsley, for turning him into half-vampire which has led him to faking his own death. Although he is far stronger than any human and is still finding it hard to adjust [...]

The book continued the story of the first book. This book gives you the same hero and his mentor. He has a hard time accepting the ways of a vampire. The book goes off to explain the events that took place before this book and who the character is. After that the story begins. After having to leave his family and join Mr. Crepsley they go off to join the Cirque du Freak. Once there Darren learns a lot about the circus and all its performers. He also learns about these people called the Little Pe [...]

Las portadas de esta saga son bastantes feas. Las considero muy pobres a nivel de diseño, pero lo justifico con el hecho de que son libros de hace más de 10 años, cuando las editoriales no invertían mucho en sus portadas.En cuanto la historia, me gustó muchísimo. No me decepcionó, ni tuvo partes aburridas.En cuanto a las partes asquerosas, tuvo algunas, pero menos que en el primer libro. En cuanto a los hombrecitos, en la película si se ven sus caras, cosa que no pasa en los libros. Y me [...]

Re-read 6.5.17: Nevýhoda téhle série? Jeden díl mám přečtený za hodinku a půl, max. Sice bylo chytré vybrat si jako nejoblíbenější sérii takovou, která má 12 dílů, ale stačit to nebude. Hned po Jezeru duší patří tenhle díl k mým nejméně oblíbeným v sérii, jednodušše kvůli Samovi, kterého nemám ráda. Pořád. Je až směšné, jak vás dokáže zamrazit z jedné jediné věty, které nevěnujete pozornost, ale která vlastně ukazuje, jak celá série dopadne [...]

Darren Shan writes weird books, This book was really quick and light and a lot of fun, a very nice paranormal read, but the ending was weird, bizarre, crazy, insane, kind of awesome, messed up and maybe even something more. I have never read an ending of that kind.I am now starting to enjoy these books more, they are quite childish, but I enjoyed this one better than the first. Hope the third book really steps up, hopefully going to read that soon.

My opinion of this book is one giant eye roll. Meh, lame, and bleh. This is definitely a children's book and probably one that would only interest 10 year old boys. I like the movie, which it why I wanted to read the book. However the movie script writers did a much better job than the actual book author. At least the audiobook was only 5 hours and I listened to it at 1.25x speed. Also, the narrator of the audiobook does a pretty close to terrible job.


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