Meg Cabot climbs aboard the vampire love train with her “Insatiable Series” starring cute pixie-ish Meena Harper (irresistible to both vampires. Insatiable [Meg Cabot] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Insatiable by Meg Cabot Dear Ms. Cabot,. I’m not sure why I got a copy of your new book, “Insatiable” since I’m not the first DA reviewer who.
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I wanted to like this book. Little subtle jokes mrg Edward, Sookie, even a quick mention of Strigio from the Vampire Academy series. She seemed like such a flake. I may be exaggerating slightly I did not actually read this in one sittingbut my point here is that this is a pretty enjoyable, albeit extremely fluffy, little book.
Antonescu the Gucci-wearing, matchmaking vamp-next-doorthe too-stupid-to-live brother Jon, and of course, Jack Bauer the dog. I wish I could say that I liked the insatkable character, Meena, but for some reason I had a hard time connecting with her. Sure, it’s cute right now, but in a few years you look back and go, “Shoulder pads and Aquanet? I loved this book caboh much!!! Well, maybe she wants to eventually have kids Meg Cabot kept trying for some lighter notes and situational humor but those endeavors were lost in the plot complications.
The story finally decided to go somewhere, and that somewhere was pretty great!
I did lots of these during Cabot’s vampire novel. Meena’s first love interest is called The Prince of Darkness. I cant even begin to take this book seriously enough to remember names. At first she thinks she hit the jackpot.
I’ve read numerous vampire novels, both within the YA and adult genres. I put down the book with less than pages to go, feeling no need to know how the story ends.
The heroine is flaky, has a useless ability that Im nto even sure WHY vampires would need it. Meg currently divides her time between Key West, Indiana, and New York City with a primary cat one-eyed Henriettavarious back-up cats, and her husband, who doesn’t know he married a fire horse. I agree with Meena’s choices. Meg is well know for her series, the princess diaries, and not my usual read.
And anyone who thinks Mina is in love with Dracula, find me a quote to prove it.
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What a pity that Lucien has everything under control. I’d even go as far to say that this novel would appeal to older teens that are fans of Cabot’s other books. I guess I’m just not a fan of the campy vampire genre. Meena Harper is a not-so-ordinary girl living in NYC working as a writer on a television show named Insatiable.
Insatiable seemed to be a perfect beach book. Is the book ridiculous? It takes three bites to become a vampire; people have a choice if they want to keep going back for more. While it does deal with vampires, it’s also the most original vampire novel I’ve read insatiablw some time. There are many more characters throughout the story that are key players, but the story does not follow them directly.
Ward 1st October Meena is much more self-sufficient than Bella: Don’t get me wrong, this was not a slapstick comedy. She worked various jobs to pay the rent, including a caobt stint as the assistant manager of a bed freshmen dormitory at NYU, a position she still occasionally misses.
What did I even expect? It made her come off as ditsy and stupid to me.
The best thing about him was the way my perception of him changed so dramatically throughout the book. The main character was called Meena, her brother was called Jon or Jonathan ; their surname was Harper. It seems like an editing fail to me – one I can’t believe got as far as it did.
Meena chooses now to freak out and take to the convent in a windowless insatiabpe to avoid seeing Lucien, except then she goes back to her apartment and there he is anyway. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
She might have just had ADD or something. Jul 01, Linda rated it liked it Shelves: Even the secondary characters like Meena’s crazy neighbor left a lasting impression. In fact in Meena’s case, you could say, all that lives, doesn’t always have a pulse. Meena is a dialogue-writer for a daytime soap that happens to want to add a vampire theme to the mix.
Sure guys like Lucien may be attractive and want to whisk you away on romantic getaways to Thailand, but it’s knsatiable to remember that under insatixble that glitz and glamor, they’re still just a bunch of soulless demons who want to suck your blood.
Maybe because absolutely nothing happens in the 69 pages leading up to that. It’s summer time, if you’re looking for something easy to read and entertaining, this would be the perfect beach read. Although for the record, I am still riding the vampire wave and loving it.