Vampire Boy (Carpathia Chronicles Book 1)
Vampire Boy (Adventures of Alex Vambarey)
Vampire Boy (Carpathia Chronicles Book 1)
FIRST PLACE WINNER for the Reader Views Literary Awards, 2016-2017.                 'The Adventures of Alex Vambarey is a masterpiece. This is the best children's book I have read in years after Rick Riordan." - Readers' FavoriteWhen Alex Vambarey attends his first year at the Carpathian Academy, he has no idea that there are other creatures besides vampires. He's never met a gargoyle, or a pixie for that matter. Of course he's read about them -- in the Vampedia -- but in real life? No way. But now everyone's trying to figure out the Magus riddle and win the school prize. Even the Brownies are all befuddled! (new paragraph) Well, maybe it's natural. It's his first term, and there are all sorts of things that don't make any sense. Like all the janitors collecting dirt. That's just plain weird. No, there was definitely something bigger going on. Way bigger. And if he was right, the secret was somewhere in the Night Gallery. The secret about Carpathia, and the secret about himself!            

Book Details

Genre: 

  • Adventure
  • Fantasy
  • Fiction
  • Humor

Age Level: 

  • 8 - 12
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Vampire Boy is a book about Alex Vambarey. Alex is a vampire living with his parents in a place called Hillock Green. Although he loves his home, he must now go to a school far away called Carpathian Academy. Attending Carpathian Academy will be his first experience with creatures who are not vampires. 

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