If you have a favorite vampire novel, why not tell us about it? You can submit book review below - just scroll down to the form below. I was looking for a new novel to read and would love suggestions for the best vampire books out there.
Anyone here into vampires? What would you tell people to read? And what would you tell them about it to give the best details about the book? Especially if it has not already been reviewed here since we only want one review per novel, please. So in this case, first come first served. Submit Book Review below.
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All I ask is that your review:
• is well written (not filled with typos, bad grammar, etc.),
• is over 300 words, minimum,
• includes the authors name and exact title of the work,
• does not give away major plot twists
It needs to be a good enough vampire book review to help people that have not already read that particular book, to know whether or not if this book is one that they want to might read soon.
If nothing else, just keep this in mind if you are wondering what you might say in a vampire book review about your favorite vampire novel - just make it conversational, kind of like you were telling your best friend about it because you had already read it. Let them know the major selling points and exactly what you liked, or didn't like, about this book. That's all anyone could ask.
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There are plenty of good books out there, but first, it really depends on what type of vampire fiction you're wanting to look into. Firstly, of course, there are the classics, such as Dracula (and Dracula's Guest which is a collection of short stories also written by Bram Stoker) which depicts the vampire as the bad guy.
Then there are other great vampire novels like Stephen King's 'Salem's Lot - another good one if you want the vampire to be the bad guy. Then of course there's Anne Rice's The Vampire Chronicles (10 vampire books) and New Tales of the Vampires (2 books) which show the story from the vampire's point of view.
If you're wanting to delve into some young adult fiction then Darren Shan's The Saga of Darren Shan is always good, but Shan creates his own rules about how vampires live. Some other good YA books include Christopher Pike's The Last Vampire series, which once again show the vampire as the main character.
So we look forward to your vampire book suggestions. So, please, if you can review a vampire novel, Submit Book Review below. And thanks for reading along with us here at: http://www.essentialvampire.com
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