Vampirates: Demons of the Ocean

by Justin Somper | Children's Books |
ISBN: Global Overview for this book
Registered by wingcountofmontewing of Heanor, Derbyshire United Kingdom on 5/16/2009
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Journal Entry 1 by wingcountofmontewing from Heanor, Derbyshire United Kingdom on Saturday, May 16, 2009
Vampires and Pirates! Great!

Released 11 yrs ago (6/1/2009 UTC) at Bus stop on Ilkeston Rd in Sandiacre, Derbyshire United Kingdom

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Left at the bus stop.

Journal Entry 3 by DrStrangeOrc from Nottingham, not specified not specified on Wednesday, June 03, 2009
This book it great! I would have given it a higher rating, but i've read it before. I had to hide it from my friend who is obsessed with Vampires and the "Twilight" film. She gets really pissed off (pardon my french)at me when I tell her that the film completely defeats the point of vampires!
I first found the book at the bus stop that I go to in the morning to catch the school bus. When I picked it up and read what it said on the front cover, the first thing i did was search the bus stop for hidden video cameras, incase I ended up on some low bugdet TV program on CBBC! I read the book over the next few days, but I found myself skimming through it, because as I said before, I have already read the book.
I plan to leave the book as either Long Eaton Train Station, or Nottingham City Centre. I'm going to the City Centre on Friday 5th June, so that will be the most likly place.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a good read.

CAUGHT IN NOTTINGHAM, SANDIACRE ENGLAND

Journal Entry 4 by WorldTravler from Huntsville, Alabama USA on Thursday, June 11, 2009
I found this book while travelling to Nottingham for a day trip from Birmingham. It was in front of the Robin Hood statue near Nottingham Castle. I was really excited to find it; I had never heard of BookCrossing Books, but I loved the idea and decided to check out the website. I read the book on the train home from Nottingham, and although the book is for people a bit younger than me, it still had an interesting story and was a nice read.

I'm an exchange student at Uni from the US, and I plan to take the book home with me on June 17 and leave it somewhere in the States. I thought it would be cool to have the book travel the world. xxx

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