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When it comes to devouring her delightfully outrageous, phenomenally fun fiction, Meg Cabot's fans are Insatiable! And now the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Princess Diaries --not to mention a host of wonderfully winning grown-up novels like Queen of Babble, Big Boned, and Every Boy's Got One --has a subject she can really sink her teeth into: vampires! A deliciously twisted modern-day sequel to Bram Stoker's classic Dracula, Cabot's Insatiable will leave you laughing...and hungry for more!

Publisher: [United States]: Harper Collins Publishers, 2010.
ISBN: 9780061998041
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Jul 24, 2014

Not great. The author tried so hard to make it different than Twilight, but in doing so, it was just bad. Started out good then it all went downhill.

blackorchid64 Jan 20, 2014

I couldn't put it down

M_ALCOTT May 27, 2013

It has been a few years since I first read this book.Enjoyed reading this book again for the second time.

bkilfoy Mar 28, 2013

I am inordinately fond of Meg Cabot's heroines. They're quirky, flawed, sweet, and a thorough joy to spend time with. In Insatiable, Cabot adds Meena's adorable brother, Jon, the mysterious Lucien, and the laser-focused Alaric to the mix, which makes for a delightful mix. She plays with the vampire tropes, challenges its mysoginistic tendencies, and brings in a twist on vampire lore I didn't see coming. Meena and the men in her increasingly dramatic life are all interesting to follow and while the novel takes a bit to warm up, once it does, it continues on at a pace that makes the pages fly by. A good piece of fluffy fun that didn't disappoint.

Feb 10, 2013

NO! *insert angry words* :C Luciennnn... how i wish you and meena ended up together..

Oct 17, 2012

Boring.... ahh couldn't even finish it.

Kadie2 Aug 17, 2012

Love, love, loved it.

Jul 20, 2012

The main character is sassy and fun but the plot drags a bit in places. The ending leads me to believe that there is a sequel (or series?) to follow.

tembshen May 14, 2012

Honestly i thought this book was amazing. I don't know what people mean when they say that they were disappointed. There is good character development and realistic people.

GenTink Jan 11, 2012

This book is amazing. I blew through it in about two days - I couldn't put it down. I would like to stress though, that while Meg is known for her YA fiction, this is not YA. This is one of her adult books. If you were looking for something akin to Airhead, you were in the wrong section.

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M_ALCOTT May 27, 2013

" I'd rather be staked than have to leave Manhattan!"

M_ALCOTT May 27, 2013

"... even if vampires were stupid. Especially American vampires. They hung out in places Alaric himself would never have gone, especially if he were immortal. Such as high school. And Walmart."

M_ALCOTT May 27, 2013

" ... the fact is, if you let a vampire in one time, he'll never go away. They're like an unemployed, homeless relative."


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