Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Book Shelf Confessions on teenage girls that bite!

Bookshelf Confessions: Fangs Rule: A Girls Guide to Being a Vampire: Fangs Rule: A Girls Guide to Being a Vampire by Amy Mah My rating: 5 of 5 stars Paperback: 124 pages Publisher: Reardon Publishing...

Fang’s Rule is a teenage girls guide to being a Vampire , that said, this a guide from A-Z which is all about a vampire’s lifestyle, etc,.

I enjoyed this book a lot, especially nowadays when every talk in town, especially girl’s gossips consisted of vampires, romance and gothic, well, this a good take, anew taste of vampirism, since this is light and funny, and surely recommended for all ages, there’s no horrid nor goric thoughts in this.

The book is nice since it acts as a way of a teenage vampire girl to help her fellow vampires to cope with their surroundings, everything from fashion, food/blood, rank, covens, family, undead and even boyfriends, dates and romance are tackled in this cute book---a book any girl would want to have.

This guide is well written, it didn’t look like the usual printed books but rather as if it’s really a journal, but I have no trouble reading..:) with its conversational tone it was easy to follow.

Ms. Amy Mah has a wonderful sense of humor and this book is a masterpiece! There are lots of things in this guide that I have never heard of before. I thought I knew vampires!

In addition to good humor, which in every word made me laugh out loud plus a very gorgeous manga art by Heby Sim, layout and design was done by Nicholas Reardon this book is a must-have for every girl, or those who want to feel-like…:)

I really really love the drawings, vibrant and colorful, especially the cover, so Asian and spells dark..:) I read this in one sitting.
This book is either outrageously funny or awesomely funny, but I’ll stick to the latter.

Manga book lovers, vampire lovers, girlish, artist would surely enjoy this… all the while with many laughs throughout the awesome artwork pages. I never thought being a vampire could be this fun!

Try it!


  1. Hi Ms. Amy, is it true that you're writing a novel companion of this book?
    abby (Bookshelf Confessions)

    1. Hi yes my full novel is now out and you can read all about it at: http://www.fangsrule.com/buy.htm

      Today's world is difficult for everyone, especially teenagers.

      They face the stresses of school, deciding whom to date, and the biggie of sex, just to name a few.

      Imagine all of those things ten times worse, and you might get an idea of what it's like being a living, breathing teenage vampire.

      At last, the world can read about the life of a girl with good teeth, her problems with strong sunlight that gave her spots, and the sunblock that made her hair go yucky and produced more spots. Yes, sunlight was dangerous, as she could be the first teenager in history to die from terminal acne! In her everyday life, older vampires expected her to walk about at night in the traditional female uniform, a see-through, 18th-century nightdress, without undies! Well, this female vampire knew why the cold winds blowing along the corridors were called, "male winds," so she wore her see-through nightdress over jeans and a very thick jumper.

      To be sure that people would still know she was a vampire, the jumper had a very large, pink bat on it. And as to guys, well, it was normal for a girl to dream about guys; she just wished the dreams could have involved chocolates and holding hands, not leaping out at someone, ripping off his shirt, and demanding to know what blood type he was (at least not on the first date).