Key Selling Points
An independent young vampire is offered a job as an assassin for an elite secret society while studying to be a librarian, in this campy paranormal series. Pithy, sarcastic protagonist.
For fans of Vampire Academy and Jennifer L. Armentrout
Arthur Slade won TD Children's Lit Award for steampunk novel The Hunchback Assignments and a GG for fantasy novel Dust
Ship potential (romance) between characters
"Enthralling, witty, briskly paced and highly original, Amber Fang: Hunted is bestselling author Arthur Slade at his finest. I can't wait for the next book in the series!" - A.J. Banner, bestselling author of The Good Neighbor
"Arthur Slade's trademark humor imbues this book about a plucky vampire librarian; it's a romp of a read, and I kept thinking it would also make a great tv series. I had so much fun reading this!" - Susin Nielsen, author of Optimists Die First & We Are All Made of Molecules
"An interesting approach to a vampire narrative…A recipe more typical of a spy thriller and one that is made tangy with the liberal sprinkling of paranormal drama…Imagine Buffy the Vampire Slayer—except Buffy is the vampire and has the research skills of Giles." - Kirkus Reviews
"Slade's vampire mythos is interesting, and he ends this fast-paced, entertaining story in the right place to keep interest piqued for the series' next installment…With short sentences, simple language, and a plot that will appeal to older readers, this is a good choice for reluctant teen and even adult readers." - Booklist
"A pithy and kickass protagonist…[in] a world of supernatural and political intrigue framed as a librarian fantasy adventure." - The Bulletin for the Center of Children's Books
"Slade has left many tantalizing loose ends to be followed up in subsequent novels…Amber's intelligence, physical prowess and fierce independence comprise a complex, unique and very cinematic superhero. Excellent." - Resource Links
"A tongue-in-cheek vampire/secret agent mash-up…This series will appeal to readers who like making fun of over-used tropes and don't want a lot of description or character angst to get in the way of the action. Highly Recommended." - CM: Canadian Review of Materials
"Fast and funny, this book will entice those who wished Buffy was the vampire." - School Library Journal
"A YA novel for young adults testing the turbulent waters of ethics, morality, geopolitics, history, social media, and popular culture."" - Saskatoon Star Phoenix
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