The Vanquishers - The Vanquishers (Paperback)Kalynn Bayron (author)
The author of Cinderella is Dead switches gears in this rollicking vampire romp for younger readers, as Malika and her friends are forced to take on the mantle of the vanquishers of old when one of their number goes missing.
The first book in a bitingly brilliant and fangtastically feisty new series by bestselling author Kalynn Bayron. Fans of The Breakfast Club Adventures, Goosebumps and Stranger Things will devour this fun, thrilling and heartfelt vampire adventure.
In the world of the Vanquishers, vampires were history ... until now. Malika "Boog" Wilson and her best friends have grown up idolising The Vanquishers, a group of heroic vampire hunters who wiped out the last horde of the undead decades ago. Nowadays, most people don't take even the most basic vampire precautions - the days of garlic wreaths and early curfews are long gone - but Boog's parents still follow the old rules, much to her embarrassment.
When a friend goes missing, Boog isn't sure what to think. Could it be the school counsellor, Mr Rupert, who definitely seems to be hiding something? Or could it be something more dangerous? Boog is determined to save her friend, but is she ready to admit vampires might not be vanquished after all? No one ever expected the Vanquishers to return, but if their town needs protection from the undead, Boog knows who to call ...
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing Plc
Number of pages: 320
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm
'A sharp vampire tale full of bite, heart, and humour that's sure to please any 'thirsty' reader. The undead don't stand a chance with Malika 'Boog' Wilson and her friends on the case.' - Rena Barron, author of the Maya and the Rising Dark series
'A heart-pounding and hilarious reimagining of classic vampire mythology. Boog and her friends will capture your heart in an instant. You'll cry, laugh, and ache in this stunning, unique adventure. I'm ready to become a Vanquisher!' - Mark Oshiro, author of The Insiders
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