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 In this sci-fi debut, an alien species hopes to claim Earth, but the invaders haven't fully researched what goes bump in
the night.
At NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, astrophysicist Jean-François receives some exciting data in the middle of
the night. His theory that an interstellar vessel has been using wormholes to visit Earth for the last 50 years now seems
irrefutable. Yet his boss, Raymond Saticoy, wants physical proof of aliens before telling the president. Meanwhile,
President Michael Addison greases palms at a fundraiser at the Watergate Hotel. With him are the lovely first lady,
Laurel, and his no-nonsense vice president, Peyton Willis. What neither politician realizes, however, is that Laurel slays
vampires on the side, doing her best to clear Washington, D.C., of bloodsuckers. Her nemesis is Julius, a nearly
3,000-year-old vamp who tonight has chosen the sweet young Mary to feast upon. They leave a bar in southeast Georgia
and stroll toward the Heartsoot Creek Cemetery. When he finally pops his fangs into her neck, her true form of a
"bug-eyed, insect-like creature" stands revealed. She escapes through a wormhole, leaving Julius speechless. And what
does any of this craziness have to do with AWOL Pvt. Johnny Kester? By the time Johnny witnesses a nearby military
base explode, Abugov has readers firmly in the grip of his absurd, satisfying creature-fest. Fans of Buffy the Vampire
Slayer  should adore Laurel, and those cringing at the current state of the world may chuckle when Addison says, "I got
all these nukes. Such a pity I can't use them." As the aliens attack, causing quick, massive casualties, Willis tells the
nation, "There are no countries anymore. Just us, and them." The author maximizes the carnage when alien goop infects
people, turning them into the walking dead. Dinosaurs, appearing in only brief interludes except at the finale, prove the
ultimate narrative wild card. The most engaging aspect of this gonzo mash-up is seeing which characters rise to the
occasion and which end up with their "vital digestive organs" yanked free.
A chaotic, full-throttle parody that's as smart as it is slimy.

About the Author

Jeff Abugov graduated from Concordia University Film School in Montreal where his two student films won national awards at the Canadian Student Film Festival. He began his professional career writing freelance for the NBC hit Cheers for which he eventually became a staff writer and then story editor. He served as executive story editor on The Golden Girls, then went on to write and produce such hit shows as Roseanne and Two and a Half Men. He served as executive producer of Roc and Grace Under Fire, and most recently of the animated series Fugget About It. He also wrote and directed the feature film The Mating Habits of the Earthbound Human, starring David Hyde Pierce and Carmen Electra. He has received a Golden Globe Award, a Peabody Award, and three People’s Choice Awards, as well as being nominated for a Humanitas Prize, a Canadian Screen Award, and a second Golden Globe. After having achieved success writing and producing within the Hollywood system, doing as he’s told and playing nice, Jeff has at long last decided to let his imagination run rampant and do it his own way . . . and he’s having a blast! He hopes you have as much fun reading his stories as he’s been having writing them. --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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