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3 Ratings: 3.7
A book by Scott Westerfeld

Cal Thompson is a carrier of a parasite that causes vampirism, and must hunt down all of the girlfriends he has unknowingly infected before they can create even more of their kind. Reprint.

Author: Scott Westerfeld
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
Publisher: Razorbill
Date Published: August 25, 2005
3 reviews about Peeps
Quick Tip by . November 06, 2010
Best vampire book I have ever read. Unique perspective.
review by . August 02, 2008
I really loved the idea that being a vampire was like catching a disease, and it was also very zombie-like. I thought the inner chapters of other species of parasites was intruging and disgusting, and made me really look at stuff differently after that!    My only disappointment was the end, well sort of. The way the parasite was transferred seemed silly and cheesy to me, and I found myself laughing, and not in a good way. Other than that though this was pretty good!
review by . June 19, 2007
Pros: new-age vampire story, real information about parasites, great story idea     Cons: gruesome, sexual content may be too much for some readers     The Bottom Line: A great new-age vampire novel with a twist.     There are certain things you're supposed to mention without being asked. Being infected with vampirism is one.      That's right: we're talking about a disease, a parasite: vampirism. But don't be fooled; …
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