Part of the My Sister the Vampire series
Sink your teeth into Sienna Mercer's first super-girly vampire story for girls.
Olivia Abbott is a cheerleader - pretty clothes, pretty hair and pretty perfect.
Ivy Vega is definitely not the cheerleading type - black clothes, black eyeliner, pale skin.
In fact she seems the exact opposite of Olivia - or she would be if she wasn't her twin!
Meeting for the first time since being separated at birth, Olivia is about to discover that her long lost sister may just have some skeletons in her closet.
But that won't put her off getting to know Ivy. After all, blood is thicker than water - and it's certainly tastier!
These kinds of situations only happen in My Sister the Vampire.
A vampire book for girls who want to read about young love and innocent paranormal romance.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 256 pages
- Publisher: Egmont UK Ltd
- Publication Date: 02/02/2009
- Category: Fantasy
- ISBN: 9781405240864
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Review by BethanyVeltman
My Sister The Vampire written by Sienna Mercer is a captivating book if you really enjoy reading about vampires or if you don’t. My Sister The Vampire (switched) is the first book out of four of the serious. The book, Switched, is about a girl named Olivia who moves to another school called Franklin Grove. One day Olivia accidently bumps into her long lost twin sister, Ivy. Olivia and Ivy become best friends at first but after a while they realize they look the exact same. Having a twin sister made everything so much easier because Ivy had a chance to go out with boy of her dreams but also had to attend a meeting. Olivia would dress up as Ivy and go to the meeting so Ivy could go on the date with the boy of her dreams. After getting to know each other, Olivia discovered the truth about her long lost twin sister Ivy being a vampire. The style of the writing is easy to understand and it flows well which makes it easy to read. My Sister The Vampire has a lot of different settings throughout the book although it can be confusing because it could be Olivia’s turn at telling the story and then it jumps to Ivy’s and she is set in a total different setting. I enjoyed Switched a lot that I am reading the second one of the serious called Fangtastic and I can’t wait to finish this one so I can read the third book. Although the book is about vampires it isn’t scary. I recommend it children and teenagers.
Review by wyvernfriend
When Olivia Abbot moves she finds a twin she never knew about, Ivy. The two of them are like chalk and cheese and as they get to know each other they discover just how different they are.It's readable but not really memorable and I'm not rushing out to get the next in the series.