Synopses & Reviews
Jenkins Someone had lost control and killed without meaning to.
Cole may look like an average teen, but a century of nourishing himself on blood has taught him an extraordinary level of caution and control. He's a master of life on the road and he thinks he's prepared for anything. But not everyone is as careful as he is, and Cole is about to learn that even the best of plans can go wrong. . . .
“Jenkins does a masterful job presenting Coles world and the conflicts he feels in this dark take on the vampire genre.” KLIATT
“A taut and compelling reimagining of the vampire legend . . . a surefire hit for vampire-loving teens.” School Library Journal
“A fresh, intriguing view of the vampiric life.” Publishers Weekly
About the Author
A. M. Jenkins is the award-winning author of Damage, Beating heart: A Ghost Story, and the Printz Honor Book Repossessed, and lives in Benbrook, Texas, with three sons, two cats, and two dogs. Jenkins received the PEN/Phyllis Naylor Working Writer Fellowship for night road.