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First Kill The first book in the fantastic new series from the creator of The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod now in paperback Over a million readers have heard Vlad Tod s story now it s time to hear Joss s When Joss

  • Title: First Kill
  • Author: Heather Brewer
  • ISBN: 9780803737419
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The first book in the fantastic new series from the creator of The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod now in paperback Over a million readers have heard Vlad Tod s story now it s time to hear Joss s When Joss McMillan witnesses his sister s murder at the hands of a vampire his whole life changes He learns that not only is his family part of the Slayer Society, a group whoseThe first book in the fantastic new series from the creator of The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod now in paperback Over a million readers have heard Vlad Tod s story now it s time to hear Joss s When Joss McMillan witnesses his sister s murder at the hands of a vampire his whole life changes He learns that not only is his family part of the Slayer Society, a group whose mission is to rid the world of vampires, but he is their new recruit As Joss trains he discovers powers that could make him the youngest, strongest Slayer in history But there is a traitor in the Society, one whose identity would shake Joss to the core if the traitor doesn t kill him first Written from the perspective of Vlad s former friend turned mortal enemy vampire slayer Joss McMillan this is the first in a series of five books that can be read alongside Vlad Tod or entirely on their own.

    First Kill Directed by Steven C Miller With Bruce Willis, Hayden Christensen, Ty Shelton, Megan Leonard A Wall Street broker is forced to evade a police chief investigating a bank robbery as he attempts to recover the stolen money in exchange for his son s life. First Kill film First Kill is an American action film directed by Steven C Miller and written by Nick Gordon The film stars Hayden Christensen and Bruce Willis Plot Wall First Kill Rotten Tomatoes In order to reconnect with his son Danny Ty Shelton , big shot Wall Street broker Will Hayden Christensen takes his family on a hunting trip to the cabin where he grew up While out hunting First Kill Movie Official Trailer YouTube Jun , In order to reconnect with his son Danny Ty Shelton , big shot Wall Street broker Will Hayden Christensen takes his family on a hunting trip to the cabin where he grew up. First Kill Bruce Willis, Hayden Christiansen First Kill . min R Subtitles and Closed Captions A young boy is kidnapped and his father must locate a cache of stolen money to save him Genres Suspense Director Steven C Miller Starring Bruce Willis, Hayden Christiansen, Ty Shelton First, the BAD points First Kill Trailer Movieclips Trailers YouTube Jun , First Kill Trailer Check out the new trailer starring Bruce Willis, Hayden Christensen, and Gethin Anthony Be the first to watch, comment, and share trailers and movie teasers clips First Kill Reviews Metacritic The blood soaked potboiler First Kill is Generous Pour through and through, from Bruce Willis playing a cop for the umpteenth time in his career to the old switcheroo we can see coming a mile away to the pounding and overwrought score to some genuinely effective detours and subplots. Watch First Kill Online For Free On HD Movies Watch First Kill Online A Wall Street broker is forced to evade a police chief investigating a bank robbery as he attempts to recover the stolen money in exchange for his son s life. Watch First Kill HD Online Free GoStream movies One hundred mid and low level gangsters who are on their boss bad side are locked inside a newly built high security prison, and given plenty of guns, ammo, and baseball bats, then First Kill Movie Review Common Sense Media The only interesting part of First Kill is the bond between the kidnapper and the kid, which is the most tender, emotional thing in the movie it s weirdly similar to the recent Austin Found , but it s so disconnected that it barely counts.

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    1. Dan on said:

      I don’t usually read young-adult novels. Not that I have anything against them… I suppose I’m not usually drawn to them I guess. From Heather Brewer; New York Times best-selling author of The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod comes The Slayer Chronicles: First Kill. This book made me open my wallet at the bookstore and purchase it is because it’s about vampire hunters…and those are my favorite kind of vampire stories. A vampire kills Joss McMillan’s six-year-old sister. At the funeral, his [...]

    2. Bookworm007 on said:

      OMG AHHHHHH! I JUST FINISHED READING TWELFTH GRADE KILLS YESTERDAY!!!!! THIS IS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO EXCITING!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE JOSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!! OMG THE VAMPIRE SMILEY FACE IS BACK ONCE AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GAHHHH!!!!!!!! CAN'T WAIT!!!!!!!! *GOING SERIOUSLY CRAZY!!*edit on Oct 17, 2011"You've heard Vlad's side of the story . . . now, it’s Joss’s turn."^WHAT an attention grabber; I'm filled with excitment already.edit on Oct 25, 2011So I reeeeeally wanted to give this book 5 stars, [...]

    3. Mike (the Paladin) on said:

      is book is very young, and sadly very (in my opinion of course) very poorly written.Now, I know that's a subjective statement and I'm sure many will like this book. It's all a matter of taste but I was reallyALLY glad to put it aside.First the dialogue. I write and one of the things I'm never satisfied with in my own manuscripts is the dialogue. Here the conversations always (for me of course) came across as stilted and stiff. Aside from that there is very little plot at all other than, "I've go [...]

    4. Reanne on said:

      First read rating: 4 starsOriginal review, 10/6/11:I liked this. Joss wasn't my favorite from the Vlad books, but I liked him well enough to enjoy this. Although his personality seems slightly different than in the Vlad books, and sometimes it seems like the author's forcing him into this Slayer loyalty that it doesn't really seem like he feels. This book really sets up the Slayer Society as something with supposedly good intentions, but a pretty ruthless group in their own right, and I can real [...]

    5. Lisa Mandina on said:

      Wow. I have to say that I loved the Vladimir Tod series by Heather Brewerand really enjoyed it! Loved the vampire theme from a different point of view. Loved this world that she created. So I entered into the Slayer Chronicles not quite sure how I'd like it, because I kind of liked the vampires better this time, unlike in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, where you do root mostly for the slayer. And, I didn't really like Joss that much, which this book was about, because of how he tried to slay Vlad in [...]

    6. Mike (the Paladin) on said:

      is book is very young, and sadly very (in my opinion of course) very poorly written.Now, I know that's a subjective statement and I'm sure many will like this book. It's all a matter of taste but I was reallyALLY glad to put it aside.First the dialogue. I write and one of the things I'm never satisfied with in my own manuscripts is the dialogue. Here the conversations always (for me of course) came across as stilted and stiff. Aside from that there is very little plot at all other than, "I've go [...]

    7. TL on said:

      Interesting idea of a novel, but with many ups and downs, for me at least. Joss I did love in the first half and a few of the Slayers but it started grating on me a bit around halfway through (though not enough to DNF it).I get that Joss wants to avenger his sister's death (Little Cecile warmed my heart, even though we don't get much time with her) but his constant 'devotion' to this society got on my nerves and I wanted to shake him a couple times.This 'Society' as a whole didn't seem worthy of [...]

    8. Chels Reynoso on said:

      First kill by Heather Brewer is the gruesome story of a young boy, Joss McMillan, who is pushed into a new reality when he witnesses his baby sister’s cruel death at the hands of a bloody vampire. I know what you’re thinking, oh god not another Twilight knock off, well stop right there! This book is actually from the contrasting perspective of a vampire slayer. Bewer switches things up by enlightening us readers to a slayer’s world of vivid violence-- I personally loved this alternative t [...]

    9. Rachel on said:

      I reviewed this book about a reluctant teenage vampire for Deseret Connect, and I think that a certain audience will really, really love it (teenagers and certain YA vampire enthusiasts). For me, I am happy that I liked it--it ended on two satisfying twists. Prose was pretty boring, honestly, and Joss's thoughts are full of cliches like "he would never know how much I needed mentoring" (not an actual quote). I'll link my full review later. Some things I wanted to mention but were to persnickety [...]

    10. Christian West on said:

      A story of 13yo Joss who is destined to be a vampire slayer. The book centres around his training.In reality the book spends an inordinate amount of time with the protagonist being physically abused by everyone. The rest of the time is him being upset about his sister being killed by a vampire. In all honesty, it came across to me as a story about a boy being indoctrinated into a cult. At the start he at least questions their motives and aims but by the end he seems willing to believe anything h [...]

    11. Sophia (Bookwyrming Thoughts) on said:

      Original Review posted on Bookwyrming ThoughtsNote: Formatting has been lost due to copy and paste.Joss has always had this perfect life – good parents, a super close cousin that can pass as a best friend, and an ever so adorable little sister – until she was murdered. Then his life goes downhill from there and he discovers a group of vampire slayers that some of his family members are a part of for generations that can help avenge his sister's death. I thought The Slayer Chronicles would be [...]

    12. Amber on said:

      Joss Mcmillan becomes a slayer. A slayer of bloodthirsty vampires. He does this to set his little sister’s soul to rest. When Joss was ten years old he witnessed his six-year-old sister’s death. He saw the streak of dark blood flow from her little neck; he saw the red lipped monster standing over the lifeless girl. He froze with fear, he feels he to blame for his sister’s untimely death. His sister- Cecile haunted his dreams. She taunted him in the nightmares blaming him for her death. Jos [...]

    13. Reading Vacation on said:

      Joss Macmillan (yes, THAT Joss Macmillan) has a tragic past. He once had a little sister, Cecile, who was his reason for living, his only friend. When Joss was ten, Cecile died at the hands of a vampire. Distraught and seeking revenge, Joss began training as a vampire slayer. Now, three years later, Joss prepares to put his skills into action.If you like action, you will go wild for Joss’ vampire slayer training. There are rituals, explosives, hand-to-hand combat, and agonizing fight scenes. S [...]

    14. Brian Asencio on said:

      Heather Brewer successful series of The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod was awesome. Now with her new book series The Slayer Chronicles it starts with the character from Vladimir Tod, Joss. This is about how Joss joined the slayer society and how his sister died. Challenges of life can be painful. It worths having challenges because it teaches you life lessons and confidence in yourself. After his sister was killed by a vampire, he trains to be a slayer. He is under training under his uncle, Abraham [...]

    15. Ryan Burt on said:

      1) Rating: 4 out of 5 stars2) Genre: Young Adult / Paranormal3) Synopsis: Joss Macmillan experiences something horrible and with that his life changes. With that change he gets on the path to become a Slayer. The only question is if he has the stuff to become a Slayer. 4) Feelings: This is a partner book to the Vladimir Tod series. I really liked the Vladimir Tod series but was never the biggest fan of Joss Macmillan. So I fought picking this book up for a while. I am glad I did. I liked this bo [...]

    16. Blow Pop on said:

      Content warnings: Abuse, manipulation, death, violence, fanaticism UGH. I CAN'T PROPERLY EXPRESS MY CONTEMPT FOR MOST OF THIS BOOK.I now know WHY I don't care much for Joss (besides the bits we see of him in the chronicles of vladmir tod) and why I particularly DON'T like his uncle.Seriously, setting your nephew up for failure. Assuming that he's the traitor because deaths just happened to be near him. Beating him near to death with your friends as a "trial". Making him a fanatic to the point th [...]

    17. Lorena on said:

      This book completely pummeled the idea of sparkly vampires. ‘First Kill’ was written for real vampire fans, and those who are not vampires fans as well. Heather Brewer put her audience into the world of a young boy who despises blood suckers. After he is told of his family’s secret heritage of the Slayer Society, he begins his vampire slayer training as their new recruit. Throughout his brutal education of being a slayer, we learn his reasoning for his fuel.‘First Kill’ is full of sur [...]

    18. Shyma on said:

      A story of a vampire slayer named Joss would be told in this book series. As for those who read The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod, Joss happened to be Vladimir's friend, and this book shows the background and the view of a slayer.In this book, Joss swore to become a great slayer after the horrible incident that flipped his world. He will be facing physical and spiritual challenges including proving himself to his uncle and become a great slayer.The perfect American family description at the beginni [...]

    19. Glittery Mango (Ealee) on said:

      First Kill was good but it wasn't really nearly as good as The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod. The Slayer Chronicles is off to a pretty decent start, it's just that not much happened in this book, I could definitely understand Joss's emotional conflicts and how he was taking in everything in his surroundings, but it just wasn't as well as portrayed. First Kill in the end twines in with some foreshadowing of the events of the Chronicles of Vladimir Tod. This book had an unexpected twist in the plot a [...]

    20. Braden Petersen on said:

      This book is really good! This is a series but you have to read The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod first for it to make any sense. This is about Joss McMillan who's sister was murdered by a vampire. Then, Joss learns he is vampire slayer. He goes to a cabin in the woods with his uncle Abraham to be trained. I definitely recommend this book to anyone who likes fiction, adventure, and action books. Also, a little mystery plays into it. I really like this book and you should read it too!

    21. Bookworm on said:

      I had very high expectations considering how much I loved Vladimir Tod and they weremi-fulfilled.Not much happens in the book outside of Joss's training to become a Slayer, but it was all very interesting. I think it leaves you with the impression that Abraham and the Society in general, despite their cruel methods, have good intentions. I can't see eye to eye with Joss on anything though.

    22. Bibliophile Booklover on said:

      I enjoyed this book, and can't wait to read the next one. it took me longer to read b/c i'm bias b/c i love the chronicles of vladmir tod onwe b/c i love vlad plain and simple and i sympathized with the vampire more than the slayer. what can i say i'm a vampire chick

    23. Jacia on said:

      I did not finish this. The writing was noncommittal-- "No, he would use that pain, tuck it somewhere inside of him until he had the strength to find whatever had killed her and bring it to justice somehow." Really? Somewhere, whatever, somehow. All these words in one sentence to make it seem like this boy, who is supposed to be intellegent, is really just clueless. Not only that, but this kid who is supposedly really young is the perfect son. Always great with his baby sister, does his chores wi [...]

    24. Harry on said:

      Narration: The story was narrated from an outside person, also known as a third person narration. The narration seemed very factual and non opinionated not expressing their opinion.Setting: The setting takes place in the outskirts of New York in a cabin out in the middle of the woods where they are separated from the rest of the human world.Theme: The theme i thought was to make out whatever life throws your way because there is a lot of crap thrown at Joss and he just has to make out what life [...]

    25. Jessica on said:

      ***Spoiler Alert***Do you ever want to make a person payback for what they did? Well in this book Joss does. The Genre of this book is Fiction. This book is fiction because Vampires are not real. Joss wants revenge on a vampire who killed his sister. I likes this book alot i dont know if you will so here is my review.The setting mostly takes place in a forest were there isnt much people. So it all started when Joss was going to go on a trip with his cousin and was so excited. His little sister C [...]

    26. Abigail on said:

      I have had this book on my TBR since 2011, and I had to read it because it's on my TBR. :D Anyone else have a hard time taking books off your list once you've put them there? I've started getting better at it, since I have way too many books on my list and there's no way I'll be able to read them all.First Kill is not a book I could take seriously.  Told from the perspective of a vampire hunter in training, I found myself alternating between laughing at everything and being bored. Joss starts o [...]

    27. Jeremy Cinco on said:

      "Joss sat bolt upright on his seat in the truck, alarmed by something he'd see in his dreams"(Brewer 53)I think that this line is very important because it shows how he is very dedicated to find his sister's killer and train to fight him that he is going to his uncle's training facility and he is having bad dreams about his sister death over and over again.

    28. Kaysee on said:

      The existence of Joss McMillian would forever be altered the night his baby sister, Cecile, is murdered by what everyone else believes was a lunatic even though he witness the last moments of her life. He knows it was not a man. He knows it was a monster. The only problem is Joss is a child and he can’t recall the face of the thing that took Cecile from him. Until his Uncle Abraham approaches Joss at the funeral giving him the reality about what had been in her bedroom and what Joss really is [...]

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