7+ quotes from Vampireville by Ellen Schreiber

Quotes from Vampireville

Ellen Schreiber ·  192 pages

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“I think you have a case of either 'testitis' or 'I Didn't Do My Homework Syndrome'. It's common in the Spring.”
― Ellen Schreiber, quote from Vampireville

“You've used up all your school sick days," he said, persuing my file. "You've requested to leave school one hundred and thirty days out of the one hudred and forty days of school so far."

So thirty-one might be the magic number?"

Principal Reed and Raven”
― Ellen Schreiber, quote from Vampireville

“The hunt isn't sustaining me. It's flowing blood that I really crave. The sweet taste of red succulent liquid mixing with the salt of my beloved as it drips and dances on his flesh. To know that someone will ache for me as much as I hunger for him and eternally satiate each other. I want someone to satisfy my hunger forever.”
― Ellen Schreiber, quote from Vampireville

“I'm looking for someone
to quench my thirst-for all eternity"
-Luna Maxwell”
― Ellen Schreiber, quote from Vampireville

“Alexander and I sat together on a backyard swing. "This is like a dream come true," Alexander said as we gently swung back and forth. "We can finally just focus on us now. Continue the traditional 'Boy meets girl, girl falls for boy, boy turns out to be a vampire' story.”
― Ellen Schreiber, quote from Vampireville

“It's more like Gomez without Morticia.”
― Ellen Schreiber, quote from Vampireville

“I had waited an eternity for this moment. My childhood fantasy was now coming true— I would be a dark angel of the night.”
― Ellen Schreiber, quote from Vampireville

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