“She is a master at entertaining and amusing readers.” —Booklist Nobody does vampires like Meg Cabot, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Princess Diaries and Queen of Babble novels.Overbite is Meg’s sexy and hip sequel to her bestselling Insatiable, the story of a soap opera writer with precognitive powers who is recruited into the Vatican’s war against demons and the undead. Meg Cabot's most popular series is The Princess Diaries. From the moment I first heard of INSATIABLE’s plot, I was tempted. And stupid. Start by marking “Untitled (Insatiable, #3)” as Want to Read: ... (1-800-Where-R-You series), AKA Patricia Cabot (historical romance novels). They are also incredibly well-written, although she doesn't always get enough credit for that. people who think Twilight is too sophisticated. 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 comes to mind when vampire books are being discussed but nonetheless it arrived in my mail and, since I hadn’t read any of your books in years, I found myself giving it a go. Sick of hearing about vampires? I've tried talking myself into finishing this book but it lacks that spark of excitement that I usually get from reading an Urban Fantasy or Paranormal Romance. Girl meets vampire, girl falls for vampire, vampire risks all for girl, HEA. I wanted to like this book. “I like 'em big. Point: I'm not a hater, and was really looking forward to this one, a semi-satire about vampire obsession set in NYC among celebs and soap operas. With the first four chapters each being told from another characters point of view I found it very difficult to follow with the storyline, and accurately keep the characters straight. Debuting its first week in print on the New York Times Bestseller List, Insatiablehas been named one of 2010's hottest beach reads by: I actually really enjoyed this although I didnt expect to. Refresh and try again. With Insatiable, Ms. Cabot has taken the craze for vampire fiction, mixed in a plot that is truly soap-opera worthy and created a novel that's humorous and exciting and also slightly ridiculous. It was published by William Morrow on June 8, 2010. He was intense, but sweet. When I opened the package and read the blurb, I rolled my eyes. The first book in the series was published in October 2000; the series spent 38 weeks on the New York Times Children's Series Best Sellers … Its not all fluff and hearts and sparkles, but I still really enjoyed Lucien's character. I've tried talking myself into finishing this book but it lacks that spark of excitement that I usually get from reading an Urban Fantasy or Paranormal Romance. Curiously enough, I do not have vampire burnout like most avid readers apparently do. The story line was okay but the characters were a bit dull to me. Insatiable is the first book of a new vampire series by Meg Cabot. Must be the red, my favorite color. When it comes to devouring her delightfully outrageous, phenomenally fun fiction, Meg Cabot’s fans are Insatiable! There aren't many books that I can't finish and know that I never will, unfortunately this book falls into that category. I actually really enjoyed this although I didnt expect to. By chapter twelve things had begun to fall into place; leaving the story a little easier to follow. I almost wish I could write 2 completely separate reviews for this book. Having read a lot of Meg Cabot books I find them abit hit and miss, but I thought I would give this series a shot and the first book was not a disappointment too me. Anyone who loves Twilight, True Blood, and Lynsay Sands, not to mention the singleton fiction of Sophie Kinsella, Jennifer Weiner, and Jane Green, is going to want to sink their teeth into Overbite. My favorites are the Mediator Series and the Heather Wells mysteries. Cabot began writing for young adults with her 2000 novels, The Princess Diaries and Shadowland.She has wrote under other pen names, including Jenny Carroll for her 1-800 series and Meggin Cabot for The Boy Next Door.. But not even half way through the book I began to wonder if this was actually a serious attempt at a good story. The story finally decided to go somewhere, and that. Insatiable was my first book to read by Meg Cabot and I couldn't finish it. my favorite line- "lucien was furious...but even when furious, he was conscientious about litter." You know, at first I thought that I was in on the joke. Once the story begins building and rolling along all of the this seems to fade and I was unable to put this book down. Privacy Policy | Terms of Use © Meg Cabot 2021. Unfortunately, INSATIABLE was a plotting and characterization disappointment, an ambitious novel that failed to entirely put the “chick lit” into the “bit lit.”, If I were to give an opinion on Meg Cabot, I'd say I. I almost gave up on this book, but I'm so glad I didn't. But I soon came to see the truth; that either way this story is still crap. You know, at first I thought that I was in on the joke. (Although for the record, I am still riding the vampire wave and loving it.). Then I convinced myself otherwise and thought it was a mockery of Twilight and Bram Strokers Dracula. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Meg Cabot was born on February 1, 1967, during the Chinese astrological year of the Fire Horse, a notoriously unlucky sign. The problem is, Lucien’s already dead. I like Meg Cabot, her YA more than her adult fiction, but have read most of her work at one point or another (and absolutely loved the last Princess Diaries book).

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