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  • Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • The Coffin Club (Vampire Kisses, #5)
  • Ellen Schreiber
  • English
  • 14 January 2018
  • 9780061288869

The Coffin Club (Vampire Kisses, #5)➸ [Read] ➳ The Coffin Club (Vampire Kisses, #5) By Ellen Schreiber ➽ – Essayreview.co.uk There's a hot new underground club in town but membership lasts an eternity

It's summer break, and Raven knows she should stay put in Dullsville until her immortal love returns But when sh There's a hot new underground club in townbut membership lasts an eternityIt's summer break, and Raven knows she should stay put in Dullsville until her immortal love returns But when she decides to go after Alexander, she can't resist a visit to her favorite Gothspot, The Coffin Club Sneaking inside, Raven is shocked to discover a secret door that leads to the entrance of another hidden club There's something peculiar about this cryptic hangoutand it's too enticing for Raven to resist Soon a dangerous battle for the club's The Coffin MOBI :Á rule erupts between Alexander's old nemesis and a mysterious new guy Can Raven avoid the clash before her curiosity lands her in serious trouble?.


About the Author: Ellen Schreiber

Before I took pen to paper, I was an actress I attended a local university majoring in theatre and spent a summer in London at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts where I learned about the “Old Bard” from amazingly talented teachers When I returned from London, I relocated to Chicago where I lived for five years There, I graduated from the Second City Training Center and performed improv, Shakes.


10 thoughts on “The Coffin Club (Vampire Kisses, #5)

  1. says:

    The Coffin Club by Ellen Schreiber is one of my sweet obsessions in the YA genre.

    Vampire Kisses was one of those series I binged read on a school trip. They were all adorable, they were sweet and it was everything I needed at the time. Going back to them, they are for sure my guilty pleasure. Happy endings, cute drama, adorable romance - everything I need in a guilty pleasure during rough times!

    These reads are fast, and somewhat mindless. There's no crazy Dan Brown plot lines or Inception like mysteries to be solved. It's a YA novel with vampires and ooey gooey romance and drama. It's everything that it's designed to be - the perfect guilty pleasure package.

    This isn't the best in the series - this book is definitely one of the filler books that give you required information and new characters that will be extremely important as the series goes on. There is still crazy teen angst and drama to fill up the pages, but it doesn't rival the first four, or the next novel in the series. That being said, it's still great in my eyes. Not every book will be a home run, or else technically none of them would be.

    Raven and Alexander are a cute couple - and Raven will do anything to get Alexander back (since he's missing, of course). With a supporting cast like Jameson, Jagger, Phoenix and Onyx in this book, I definitely recommend it. It's funny and sweet!

    Overall - I love this series. If you want a sweet, easy read that is YA based and full of the vampire craze this book is for you!! Five out of five stars!

  2. says:

    Reviewed by Jaglvr for TeensReadToo.com

    I actually thought DANCE WITH A VAMPIRE, book four of the VAMPIRE KISSES series, was going to be the last one. So I was overjoyed to find out that the story of Raven and Alexander continues in THE COFFIN CLUB.

    It is now summer vacation and Raven is missing Alexander. At the end of the last book, Alexander and his caretaker, Jameson, left Dullsville for Hipsterville to return the young Valentine to his family, leaving Raven all alone. Now that school is out, Raven has decided to visit her cool Aunt Libby in Hipsterville. From her aunt, she learns that the creepy mansion in town is being rented. Immediately, Raven investigates and finds her beloved and Jameson camped out in the place.

    After a sweet reconciliation, Alexander rushes her out of the place to go on another mission. Raven is left wandering the town waiting for her aunt to finish up one of her classes. She ventures back to The Coffin Club (the infamous place where she first encountered the evil Jagger, Valentine's older brother) and stumbles upon the Dungeon. The Dungeon is the coolest place below the main club. It is also members only. It takes Raven a while to figure out that the members only part means vampires. REAL vampires. And there she meets the hypnotic Phoenix. Phoenix may just have some secrets of his own. And Raven stumbles upon Jagger yet again.

    As the story develops, Raven gets caught up in the world of vampires and realizes that she does truly fit in with the vampire crowd. She meets two cool gals, Onyx and Sapphire, who befriend her. They accept her for who she is. And she finds out that most vampires just want to be who they are and lead as normal a life as possible.

    There is trouble brewing at the Dungeon between Jagger and Phoenix, and the vampire world in Hipsterville may forever be changed. Caught between the mortal and immortal world, Raven again struggles with who she should be. Does she give everything up to be with Alexander for eternity, or should she remain mortal and see how things progress?

    Ms. Schreiber keeps the reader coming back for more romance and adventure between Raven and Alexander. They are an unlikely romantic couple who enchants all. The story is light, with mostly action and little depth, but it is truly entertaining and fun. The story leaves the reader waiting for more yet again.

  3. says:

    This was probably the worst book I’ve read this year, which is a real disappointment because I’ve heard that it’s really popular with teen vampire fans and I was thinking of purchasing the series for our YA collection here at the library. The dialogue is stifling, the writing is filled with clichés, and the teen heroine Raven is just plain dumb. I know that teens are often impulsive, risk takers, but Raven puts the hardiest X-game athletes to shame with the hazards in which she becomes involved. Couple the weak story with the fact that most vampire lore is virtually ignored (for example, the vampires in this story eat real food, and don’t recognize the difference between a human and another vampire on sight) and I’m not sure who would enjoy the book. It was a quick read – and you don’t miss too much by not reading the previous installments in the series. Not recommended, unless someone happens to donate them to your collection.

  4. says:

    This had to be the worst of these books so far...
    I thought Summer would bring something new and exciting, and her going back to see Aunt Libby held interesting prospects. I thought, well maybe this will be the book that she turns...

    NOPE. Why? Why can't she just turn already? People love a selfish character. I would love her so much more, nah, like her, if she just took the plunge and did it. So what about her family, they play such a small role anyway! This book really didn't hold much value because nothing happens. Her Aunt Libby has a midlife crisis and goes to the club on teen night, Raven secretly wishes that was her mom instead. She pretends she's a vampire (for the hundredth time) & she saves the coffin club. I mean, nothing great. Alexander has become a boring character too. He keeps randomly vanishing, get a cell phone! He randomly disappears and it's irritating because then Raven is consumed with worry and nothing happens.... aghhhhhhh. I am only continuing this to see if she will eventually turn.

  5. says:

    Non stop goth/vamp action in this book 5. I can not get enough of this series.
    This one was fantastic. The author really draws a masterpiece of great proportions in how it would be to be a mortal surrounded by vampires. To be in love with a gorgeous vampire who soulfully loves and protects his mortal girl, denying his true nature to bite...The underground vampire dance club and the descriptions of it and the wild members just blew me away.
    I have never before been into vampire stories, but this series totally sucked me in and I am in for good. Ohhh to be a vampire. After reading each book, we can only wish to be a part of the brilliant world Ellen Schreiber has created.

  6. says:

    I love this book and the ending of it was shocking. I can belive that Phoenix is Alexander it was suprising but understandable because he wanted to stop Jagger without breaking the treaty. I love Raven character but her curiosity get her in trouble but am glad that Alexander also manages to protect her.

  7. says:

    Just a warning: this review begins somewhat harsh, but becomes nicer. I promise. The Vampire Kisses series happens to be a series that I have kept reading mostly because I keep receiving review copies. Otherwise, I would have stopped after the first novel. The impressions of the first novel stayed with me for quite awhile, and I believe for valid reasons.

    My two main issues were Raven as a goth and Raven’s relationship with Alexander. As both of those are central to the books, it did cause quite a problem.

    Let’s start with the goth problem. For those who are wondering, I am not gothic. I am a punk, but do not think that makes me unqualified. I am fascinated by subcultures, which helped me greatly on an AP essay in my junior year (Basically, ‘The 1950s were a time of great conformity. Is this true or was counterculture already forming?’). Raven really rubbed me the wrong way because of how she viewed herself as a complete outsider in Dullsville because they could not accept her black-clad self. I always felt the town she lived in would be a lot more inviting if she stopped viewing it in her head as “Dullsville.” I also felt like she constantly put her clothes forth as an excuse for being an outsider in Dullsville (and an insider in Hipsterville). Besides being highly unlikely (hello, goth is *gag* trendy), this completely misses the point of being a goth. It’s about love. Love of the music, love of the clothes, love, love, love (well, hate of the culture against which it is reacting). Finally, in this book, I felt like Raven actually did find meaning in her clothes other than identification of her status as an outsider, due to this conversation with her hippie aunt:



    “I can’t imagine you any other way. The way you dress is who you are. It’s more than beads and bangles. You aren’t doing it to be like someone else, or fit in.”

    . . .

    “. . . I don’t wear tattoos to freak her out; I wear them because I have to. It’s me.”

    Aunt Libby paused.

    “My mother never understood my inner style, either,” she confessed. “That’s what it is, really,” she said wisely. “It’s not about designers or labels but self-expression. And attitude.”



    Next, let’s move to the problem of her relationship with Alexander. I find her approach to the relationship creepy. Replace “goth” and “vampire” with “golddigger” and “trust-fund baby” and you might see what I mean. Often I feel Raven only became attracted to Alexander because he’s a vampire and he dresses in black too. Not a foundation for a lasting relationship. Of course, a lasting relationship is what she’s running into headlong. THE COFFIN CLUB forces Raven to consider aspects of becoming a vampire she never bothered to slow down and think about before. Including, sadly, the fact she would have to drink blood. As she says about herself, “I thought I was being investigative and mature when perhaps I was only being reckless.” She needs to take that lesson and apply it to her entire life. Raven doesn’t yet possess the maturity to tie herself to one person for eternity. She needs to realize that.

    As for the rest of the novel, THE COFFIN CLUB is an extremely quick (192 pages) but entertaining read. There’s family bonding, some cute romantic moments, and tension between the two factions seeking control of the club. Girly-girl vamps Scarlet and Onyx are now my favorite part of the series. They’re idealistic, loyal, and I hope they show up again to steal the show in future installments.

  8. says:

    What's keeping Raven's vampire boyfriend, Alexander, from returning to Dullsville? She has to find Alexander to figure out what's going on. Along the way, Raven can't resist checking out the Coffin Club. But when she stumbles upon a secret door in the club, she descends into a dim catacomb--to a hidden hangout where the drink of choice is blood, the real Coffin Club. Exploring the club is too tempting for her to resist, even after coming face-to-face with Alexander's enemy.

    A friend of mine let me borrow this book which had been recommended to her since she hadn't had the chance to read it yet, and we both like vampire stories. Neither of us have read any of the books in the Vampire Kisses series before starting with the fifth book in the series.

    The Coffin Club is a short and funny read. Of course, since I don't know the rest of the series at all, I'm not sure if it's supposed to be quite as funny as I thought it was. The names were particularly amusing - i.e. Dullsville and Hipsterville are exactly how they sound. Although, I would point out that Raven's aunt is much more of a hippie than a hipster, there is a difference. As much fun as this could be, I felt lost even though there's a recap in the beginning. I think I've just missed too much by starting with the fifth book. I did get the impression that this is supposed to be The Southern Vampire Mysteries (aka The Sookie Stackhouse series) by Charlaine Harris for the tween set.

  9. says:

    The Coffin Club is the fifth installment in the Vampire Kisses series. While this book was good, I didn’t like it nearly as much as the first four books in the series. The Coffin Club felt like a filler book for the middle of the series. While we learned some important information, most of it seemed like things like the reader could have lived without knowing. The plot didn’t bring any new problems left unresolved for the next book. All of the problems were over with by the end of the book. A couple of new characters were introduced, but it doesn’t seem like they will be in any of the future books. My favorite new character is Onyx. Her fangs with a stud in them are bad ass. She also has a fun personality and is a great friend to Raven. Raven’s aunt Libby is always a fun character. I enjoy the novels with her in it immensely. Even though this book was a little bit of a disappointment, I am excited to pick up the next book in the series, Royal Blood.

  10. says:

    THIS SERIES ARE AMMAIZZINGG..:x:x:x.!!!

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