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VampCon Paperback – September 10, 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
VERY well done, Mr. Inezian. Looking forward to the sequels - and the movie.
Then this book (Vampcon) came across my path. I'm not the usual vampire enthusiast. Sure I dressed as one for Halloween in my youth and The Lost Boys is one of my all time favorite movies; but I wasn't really on the recent vampire bandwagon with all the movies and TV shows. But I needed a new book to read so I decided to give this author a shot.
To say it simply, this book is Incredible.
Action packed, lots of drama, comedy, suspense, backstabbing, you name it. Plus the characters are developed so well that I feel as if I know them. I finished the book in 3 days. The only reason it took me that long was because the more I read, the sooner I was done. I didn't want it to be over.
The action never stops. As soon as I thought I knew what was going to happen, I'm thrown a curve ball and the story goes somewhere else. I would finish a chapter and think to myself "ok just one more." 10 chapters later and I'm still saying the same thing.
To say the least, if your looking for an exciting adventure that keeps you begging for more READ THIS BOOK!
I'm not a vampire addict, but after reading this book, I feel as if I've been bitten
My only complaint is that there is no sequel. Well at least not yet. I hope the author decides to write one. I hope you check your reviews Mr. Inezian.
The book takes place in New England. This is the story of Jonathon, a new vampire who is trying to find a way to save the other vampires from evil where both species can live together in the same world. Jonathon, has had his presence requested at VampCon (Vampire Congregation) by the committee. All vampires are to attend. There are two towers; North and South but only one, the North can be seen by vampires. The North tower where VampCon is being held is a portal into another universe. In that universe things are not what they seem. There are shape shifters, hideous spiders, and super powerful villains. I loved this authors imagination coming through with the spiders and shape shifters. The detailed description of Ariel's mishaps are vivid and gory. The author's ability to take what we are fearful of and enlarge it through description (spiders) is fantastic. We aren't fearful of an ant, but make it 10 feet tall and saliva dripping from it's mouth is a whole different story.
My difficulty in understanding this book came in trying to link all of the characters. In chapter 17 there were 20 pages and 13 characters brought into play. Some like Ariel and Jonathon and Jake were there throughout the book, but the description of the others didn't provide me the links to join the characters. I also had a hard time connecting the Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3. Part 1 takes place in VampCon. The beginning of Part 2 takes you to some time in the future. It's not clearly written what has taken place or why there is a time lapse between Part 1 and 2. It was difficult to see the connections between the characters in the beginning of Part 2.Read more ›
Jonathan Stoker is our reluctant hero, a vampire who doesn't like to kill. He receives a invite to a vampire congregation and decides not to go, at the same time his mortal son Jake is getting close to finding him and Jonathan is on the run. A trap is set with Jake as bait to get Jonathan to attend the conference and that's where all the fun begins.
There is a mixed bag of vampires at the vampcon all with their own unique talents. Shapeshifters, shadow walkers, mind controllers, these are not your every day vampires. The McRory Family plans on wiping out everyone there, but the Sint Joris Family gets wind of the plan and has their own agenda. I found myself getting caught up in all the subterfuge. There is so much going on, giant spiders to be battled, prophecies to be filled. Jonathan has a lot to do but will it be enough?
I really enjoyed this book. I could see this being made into a movie!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This pulpy vampire novel doesn't waste any time getting to the action. From the start, the humorously named Jonathan Stoker gets thrown into this vampire congregation--some fancy... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Kat McIntyre
Vampcon is unlike any vampire story I have ever read. In fact it's unlike any story I've read. In Armand Inezian's take on the old legend every vampire has a unique ability based... Read morePublished on August 12, 2013 by Abrach
A fast-paced thriller with lots of intriguing characters,and vampires with an incredible variety of powers, although none of them sparkle. Read morePublished on June 12, 2013 by Kevin Hallock
The fast moving adventure starts when Jonathan gets the invitation to Congregation of Houses, a meeting of all vampires and the head honcho. Read morePublished on June 4, 2013 by vals_hemi
This was a great read, I would recommend it to anyone, I usually don't read this genre, I enjoyed itPublished on January 14, 2013 by mary lennon
Great writing. Great story. Fantastic creativity! The novel grabbed my interest from the first page and was hard to put down. Read morePublished on January 11, 2013 by Jeremiah Krieger
This is a great book...with interesting twists and turns; vampires getting together for a convention. Read morePublished on December 5, 2012 by Melissa Bryan