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Amy Jones
A Wolf at Camp Vamp
Amy Jones, author
Human girl, Marcy Gritman, doesn't like art or joining in or supernatural beings of any kind. Especially vampires. So what does she do when she's tricked into spending her summer at an art camp run by vampires? She irritates the stuck-up vampire overseeing her stay, falls in with the rebel werewolf pack, and creates havoc wherever she goes. But will she get so deep into trouble that she won't be able to get out again?

Semi Finalist

Plot/Idea: 10 out of 10
Originality: 10 out of 10
Prose: 10 out of 10
Character/Execution: 10 out of 10
Overall: 10.00 out of 10


Plot: From the moment Marcy is convinced to go to the camp with SNBs, the narrative flows with twists and turns that keep the intrigue high and the romance sweet.

Prose: The main character's unique voice punctuates the prose with snarky humor and keen insight into her conflicting emotions. Young readers will find a lot to like.

Originality: Even though the shape of this romance plot is not new, Jones expertly captures the protagonist’s teen angst in a story with unexpected through lines—and this gives it a fresh feel.

Character Development: All the main characters are portrayed fully and convincingly, with scenes that tug at the heart strings while also showing a world populated by people with special powers.

Blurb: A surefire hit for young fans of vampire romances.

Date Submitted: August 20, 2017