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“Colin McCool and the Vampire Dwarf”: Book 1 in the Colin McCool Children’s Fantasy Book Series Never, Ever Make Fun of a Vampire Dwarf… Colin and Jesse discovered they've been under the spell of an evil vampire dwarf – and they’re not alone. Now, they've been recruited by a leprechaun who loves IKEA and a centuries-old wizard (who may or may not think he’s Gandalf) to b “Colin McCool and the Vampire Dwarf”: Book 1 in the Colin McCool Children’s Fantasy Book Series Never, Ever Make Fun of a Vampire Dwarf… Colin and Jesse discovered they've been under the spell of an evil vampire dwarf – and they’re not alone. Now, they've been recruited by a leprechaun who loves IKEA and a centuries-old wizard (who may or may not think he’s Gandalf) to break the evil vampire dwarf’s curse and save the town… The thing is, there are a lot of weird and frightening things sneaking around their town, and not all of them are friendly. Cats the size of ponies. Ponies that eat people. Little people that eat people, and who have horrible taste in hats. And, pom-pom girls with goat feet. All-in-all, it’s a pretty messed up situation, and it looks like Colin and Jesse are the only ones who can do anything about it – which makes it even more messed up. But if they fail, it could mean an end to their town… and an even bloodier end for Colin and Jesse. About “Colin McCool and the Vampire Dwarf”: “Colin McCool and the Vampire Dwarf” is an exciting new entry among fantasy adventure books for kids 9-12, and is a unique and entertaining addition to the YA books genre. If you enjoy vampire books for kids or kids adventure books, then you’ll love the Colin McCool children’s fantasy book series. “Colin McCool and the Vampire Dwarf” classifies as middle grade fiction for ages 9 and up, grade levels 4 and up.


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“Colin McCool and the Vampire Dwarf”: Book 1 in the Colin McCool Children’s Fantasy Book Series Never, Ever Make Fun of a Vampire Dwarf… Colin and Jesse discovered they've been under the spell of an evil vampire dwarf – and they’re not alone. Now, they've been recruited by a leprechaun who loves IKEA and a centuries-old wizard (who may or may not think he’s Gandalf) to b “Colin McCool and the Vampire Dwarf”: Book 1 in the Colin McCool Children’s Fantasy Book Series Never, Ever Make Fun of a Vampire Dwarf… Colin and Jesse discovered they've been under the spell of an evil vampire dwarf – and they’re not alone. Now, they've been recruited by a leprechaun who loves IKEA and a centuries-old wizard (who may or may not think he’s Gandalf) to break the evil vampire dwarf’s curse and save the town… The thing is, there are a lot of weird and frightening things sneaking around their town, and not all of them are friendly. Cats the size of ponies. Ponies that eat people. Little people that eat people, and who have horrible taste in hats. And, pom-pom girls with goat feet. All-in-all, it’s a pretty messed up situation, and it looks like Colin and Jesse are the only ones who can do anything about it – which makes it even more messed up. But if they fail, it could mean an end to their town… and an even bloodier end for Colin and Jesse. About “Colin McCool and the Vampire Dwarf”: “Colin McCool and the Vampire Dwarf” is an exciting new entry among fantasy adventure books for kids 9-12, and is a unique and entertaining addition to the YA books genre. If you enjoy vampire books for kids or kids adventure books, then you’ll love the Colin McCool children’s fantasy book series. “Colin McCool and the Vampire Dwarf” classifies as middle grade fiction for ages 9 and up, grade levels 4 and up.

30 review for Colin McCool and the Vampire Dwarf

  1. 4 out of 5

    megHan

    I have grown to really like YA books over the last couple of years - beginning with things like Harry Potter and Lemony Snickets. So when I got the opportunity to read this, I really was excited. As with all books, I begin with the cover - the cover says a lot about the imagination of the author, especially if they are a self-published or Indie author. The cover of this book really drew me in. Then we get into the book. Anyone who's read my reviews on YA books before, you know that reading to th I have grown to really like YA books over the last couple of years - beginning with things like Harry Potter and Lemony Snickets. So when I got the opportunity to read this, I really was excited. As with all books, I begin with the cover - the cover says a lot about the imagination of the author, especially if they are a self-published or Indie author. The cover of this book really drew me in. Then we get into the book. Anyone who's read my reviews on YA books before, you know that reading to the young people in our lives is a really important thing to me. I started reading chapter books to my nieces long before they were ready to read themselves and their interest never wavered. One chapter a night led to three, four and sometimes five a night instead. This would have been a great book to share with them and definitely one I think you should share with the kids in your life. (On a side note: This has a few bigger books in it. I really like when authors do this because it gives the kids the opportunity to learn new words, especially if you - the person reading the book - have them do the looking up.) Fun, entertaining, exciting. Well-written. The characters were great and easily related to - even if they are going up against a vampire dwarf. You understood what they were feeling, what they were going through and what they were thinking. When you end the book, the author has a note there thanking you for reading his book, asking you to take the time to write a review and inviting you to check out his blog. If you sign up for his newsletter, you are gifted the chance to read a chapter of his book that was not included called Jesse Callahan and the Bloodthirsty Cheerleaders. This chapter gives you more detail on a side event that happens in the book, something that is eluded to. When you are done with reading the book, sign up for his newsletter. The chapter is well worth it. It's a great set up for something more. (I love when authors do things like this - have a secret chapter or a side story to give more detail to events that are skimmed over. Definitely something more authors should do. Kudos to the author on this one.) Note: I was given this book in exchange for my honest review.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Lissa Smith Reads'~A Bookaholics Bookshelf

    3 Star Free Kindle Read I expected more from this prequel. I thought I was going to see his relationship with Jesse. Who knows, it may show up in book 1. At least I know what happened to his Dad. Soldier lost in battle.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Anna del C. Dye

    The author uses a great beginning to start this outstanding story for older children. It will keep you glued to the pages and you’ll forget to breathe a few times. If you like faery people and where they come from…you are going to love this book. It is full of faery lore and information to delight lovers of this genre to no end. The story is about Colin, who is a thirteen year old kid who lives in a small town name Farmersville.
For the past few months all has appeared to be fabulous and he can’t The author uses a great beginning to start this outstanding story for older children. It will keep you glued to the pages and you’ll forget to breathe a few times. If you like faery people and where they come from…you are going to love this book. It is full of faery lore and information to delight lovers of this genre to no end. The story is about Colin, who is a thirteen year old kid who lives in a small town name Farmersville.
For the past few months all has appeared to be fabulous and he can’t believe his luck. After all, the year before he had been made fun of, but now he is the star of his baseball team. His best friend, Jesse, is one of the best players there too. Colin is late for his game and crashes into an old man who doesn’t move and who is holding a stone in his hands. With the crash Colin starts seeing some very interesting things. His town is not as others perceive it. It is dirty, and the people look to be in terrible disarray. Nothing seems like it was before the accident. There are many weird and interesting thing and animals all over he never saw before. Is he in a nightmare? What will Collin have to do to save his town, family and friends? You will find magic, leprechauns, spells and regular folks in this entertaining tale that will be enjoyed by pre-teens and young adults alike. Any future books in this series should also be great feasts for the minds of the young and the young at heart. It is a clean and all-around good story, just in time for St Patrick’s Day. 


  4. 5 out of 5

    Acquafortis

    Light reading with a lot of Irish folklore and myths imbuing the plot. Actually the whole story bases itself on Irish legends and the sudden discovery by Colin that he is the 20th tangible proof of a long legacy. The Fair folk will come back to life through this book, sometimes coming to aid Colin, other times to take him far from his path, other times to down right kill him for what he represents. As an appendix to the book there is a vey helpful guide to Faerie Bestiary which I definitely enjoye Light reading with a lot of Irish folklore and myths imbuing the plot. Actually the whole story bases itself on Irish legends and the sudden discovery by Colin that he is the 20th tangible proof of a long legacy. The Fair folk will come back to life through this book, sometimes coming to aid Colin, other times to take him far from his path, other times to down right kill him for what he represents. As an appendix to the book there is a vey helpful guide to Faerie Bestiary which I definitely enjoyed.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Em Taylor

    Awww... Baby Colin! A nice simple introduction to the world of Colin McCool. It was a pleasure to meet Jesse, but sad. Interesting to meet pre-addiction Fianna. Another prequel about Colin and Jesse falling in love and the events leading up to her death would be amazing. I think I am connected enough to Colin that I would be sobbing for days! Awww... Baby Colin! A nice simple introduction to the world of Colin McCool. It was a pleasure to meet Jesse, but sad. Interesting to meet pre-addiction Fianna. Another prequel about Colin and Jesse falling in love and the events leading up to her death would be amazing. I think I am connected enough to Colin that I would be sobbing for days!

  6. 5 out of 5

    brandon

    Nice backstory to tie in the series Fast paced read very entertaining they require you to write a longer review but this isn't English class so blah blah blah blah blah read the damn book Nice backstory to tie in the series Fast paced read very entertaining they require you to write a longer review but this isn't English class so blah blah blah blah blah read the damn book

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kurt Kinder

    A good lead into the Junkyard Druid series!! Entertaining!!!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Calabrese

    this edition is no longer available. the author re-edited it and retitled it Druid Blood for the second edition

  9. 5 out of 5

    Chris Hutchinson

    Enjoyable read Really fun and quick read. Love me some Junkyard Druid. Kevin Hearne brings out the best in MD Massey. Fun to read

  10. 4 out of 5

    Eden

    Colin McCool plays baseball and has become his team's star player. Even his mom is having success with her art. You could say things are going very well for him. That is until he learns it is all a lie. Colin learns that the past few months his whole town has been put under a spell and things really aren't as they seem. An evil vampire dwarf has cast a spell on the whole town and Colin, along with his friend Jesse, has to stop him. I won this book from a Goodreads giveaway. The cover is definitely Colin McCool plays baseball and has become his team's star player. Even his mom is having success with her art. You could say things are going very well for him. That is until he learns it is all a lie. Colin learns that the past few months his whole town has been put under a spell and things really aren't as they seem. An evil vampire dwarf has cast a spell on the whole town and Colin, along with his friend Jesse, has to stop him. I won this book from a Goodreads giveaway. The cover is definitely appealing, but what got my attention was the title, specifically, The Vampire Dwarf. I just thought it was very unique. Come on, a vampire that is a dwarf? I figured this would be an interesting and fun read. And it was! It was fast-paced, and the two main characters were likable. The story was fun and it seems this is going to be a series. I think this book is a very good start to the series and very unique. I enjoyed it. I give it 3 and a half stars.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    I loved the cover of the book that is what drew me to read this book. My personal reaction was it was very entertaining and the characters were very like me even though they were vampire dwarfs. The purpose of the book would be for independent reading for a young reader who is interested in vampires. This book highlights on fairies, magic, and curses and would be great to incorporate in the classroom as an example of imagination. With the crazy animals and size of animals this fantasy book would I loved the cover of the book that is what drew me to read this book. My personal reaction was it was very entertaining and the characters were very like me even though they were vampire dwarfs. The purpose of the book would be for independent reading for a young reader who is interested in vampires. This book highlights on fairies, magic, and curses and would be great to incorporate in the classroom as an example of imagination. With the crazy animals and size of animals this fantasy book would be a great read aloud to portray fantasy. Also, the lesson of friendship and you are not alone could be taught through this book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Norvell

    Great start I was intrigued by the start of this series. I will continue reading until I catch up with the author.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mark

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lance Johnson

  15. 5 out of 5

    Dklinchuch

  16. 4 out of 5

    Steinþór Hafsteinsson

  17. 4 out of 5

    Douglas

  18. 4 out of 5

    Tawnya Ashley

  19. 5 out of 5

    Diane Jackson

  20. 4 out of 5

    Tim Hayes

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kirsty

  22. 4 out of 5

    Bob

  23. 5 out of 5

    Brett Richman

  24. 4 out of 5

    Robert Sample

  25. 5 out of 5

    brian owens

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kittyplatekate

  27. 4 out of 5

    Brad miller

  28. 4 out of 5

    Robert

  29. 4 out of 5

    Bobbi Mooney

  30. 4 out of 5

    Colin Gabbert

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