Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Review: VAMPYRE BLOOD by George Earl Parker

VAMPYRE BLOOD by George Earl Parker

Paperback: 302 pages
Publisher:, Inc. (February 12, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 160910112X
ISBN-13: 978-1609101121
Rating: 4/5
This is so totally NOT your everyday Dracula book! In fact in this humerous rendition, Dracula wants to end his evil ways and be a "good" guy! After one of many attempts on his life by the villagers and forever getting his home burned and having to start over anew he makes a wish with a wizard and falls into a deep sleep for 150 years. Upon waking he is offered a position in a goth band where he can travel the world and thus ends up saving a dying lawyer which makes a whole new string of events!

I really enjoyed reading this. I must admit when I originally picked it up to read I thought it would be alot like all the other supernatural reads one encounters about vampires and the like but found it interesting that it rides more on human survival and wants in a more modern world.

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