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Review of “Insatiable” by Meg Cabot | Rhapsody in Books Weblog

Maybe the next person to read it will enjoy it more. This was a good read.

Though the novel does start off a little slow and the book is much longer than the typical Meg Cabot novel, it was definitely worth the time it took to read. I almost wish I could write 2 completely separate reviews for this book. And while Lucien seems like everything Meena has ever dreamed of in a boyfriend, he might turn out to be more like a nightmare.

But like I said before, I adored this review! I doubt I’ll ever read anything by this author again.

This may be my favorite Meg Cabot novel to date. Quit bossing me around! Although for the record, I am still riding the vampire wave and loving it. Cabot acknowledges the ridiculous popularity of vampire books and manages to make her own little niche in an already overdone genre. Last words, here I can’t even say; still a better love story than Twilight. It ended up being a really fun spoof of a modern day Dracula tale.

So why not go run away with the smokin’ hot vampire? As a matter of fact the entire book goes on and on about how the vampire trend is totally over done, how vampires are now just corporate ploys used to boost ratings and cabott product.


It’s like it finally decided to have substance. But he was insatiabel tentative ally. My main issue with this book is the aforementioned lack of laughter. At the beginning of the story he even teaches history! The blurb sounded good, the quote on the back which I mentioned before, in my Library post had me laughing. But her ,eg are making her write about them anyway, even though Meena doesn’t believe in them. Enough with the vampires, already! He was absolutely hilarious from the time he entered the book until his last scene.

This is against the vampire rules, so Lucien, the Prince of Darkness comes out to New York to investigate.

How boring is that? Only because I want Meena to end up with Luien. Meena may have hated vampires but not everyone shared the same opinion. I guess I’m just not a fan of the campy vampire genre. It was fun, frivolous, frothy – all those things I mentioned earlier, but with vampires.

She had to get the word out there. As for the high, round breasts — oh I think about them — thinking I wish I had a pair. She covets a rather expensive tote bag that her boss Shoshana has purchased. Sounds pretty much like Meena Harper to me! This book is a departure for Meg Cabot.

View all 4 comments. I like Meg Cabot, her YA more than her adult fiction, but have read most of her work at one point or another and absolutely loved the last Princess Diaries book. She feels her ‘gift’ being able to tell when and how people will die would make her a terrible mother.

Oh yes, I’d give up true love and hot sex for that pack of winners. Cabot successfully presented things in a way that I went for the non-vampire’s side in this one. It was action packed, exhilarating, and at times, hilarious. Also, Meena was the name of the heroine in Draculafor those who didnt already know that.


I’ve read numerous vampire novels, both within the YA and adult genres. DNF – The cover for this book caught my attention from the get-go, I absolutely love cabo cover. It was one of those book that you finish reading and your just happy that you didn’t discover it early so you can jump into the next insaiable Its not all fluff and hearts and sparkles, but I still really enjoyed Lucien’s character.

I lnsatiable we all think about our high, round breasts! Once I realized that this was not going in that direction, I got a little worried. However, it feels like many of her romances were training for this book. I’ve heard complaints about Meena acting stupidly – I choose to attribute her actions to Cabot’s nod to Stoker’s Dracula what cabott the whole vampire hypnosis thingas she’s so clearly doing that with a lot of the rest of the book.


Must be keg red, my favorite color. To borrow a very popular phrase and in the words of Stupid of Today. By the end of the book, he was slightly less creepy, but he was still the emotional equivalent of Forest Gump when it came to being boyfriend material.

Insatiable 10 24 Jul 10, This, after only having met the man 10 hours before. I almost gave up on this book, but I’m so glad I didn’t. Is this vampire lit or a more feminist Twilight for the adult audience? I find the mythology captivating.