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Vampire Taxonomy: Identifying and Interacting with the Modern-Day Bloodsucker Paperback – November 3, 2009
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For a documentation or discussion of popular culture we require much better citations including a list of the books, TV shows, and movies she mentions. In fact, one of the things readers want from a pop culture book are such lists so they can go out and try to find those stories or images they found intriguing. This book is full of such tidbits but the lack of necessary lists and better citations was disappointing.
For a humorous book we want laughs. These need not be rolling on the floor moments, and indeed any horror subject which vampires should fit into, requires dark humor. The sort that makes us shake our heads and shudder while we chuckle softly. The sort that makes us a touch concerned about our own sanity as we take pleasure in such a creepy subject. The humor here wasn't that and it certainly was not rolling on the floor laughs either. It boarded on the uncomfortable humor we feel when people are stupid enough to believe that vampire wants to do anything other than drink from them.
As a how-to survival guide the advice is repeatedly leave or call in the experts. That's just tiresome after the third time. With some drawings of various types of vampires and descriptions of their abilities there is some promise here but it needed follow-through to be a survival guide.Read more ›
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This was actually a miss ordered book, but was a treasure to get and have. Very pleased.Published 7 months ago by Sue Pollington