My Rating: 1.0 / 5.0
I made it to about page 100, but I'm afraid I simply couldn't force myself to keep reading this book.
The main character is not only the one-born-in-every-1000-years uber vampire slayer, but also a rap star . . . the dialogue is inane and often used for exposition in a way that is simply absurd . . . but the worst was a chapter where the author changed where the action was located half way through the scene but didn't re-edit the dialogue to change the 'here's to 'there's.
I hate not finishing a book, and I rarely give up part way through, but this was just plain bad. :(
I have finally found something good to say about Minion: it brought me to Fangs for the Fantasy, where Sparky gives a much more in depth discussion of the book and why she hated it.