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Whitby Vampyrrhic Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Another read to lead up to Halloween. This time its Vampires in Whitby, which is the perfect setting for the tale. Whitby has a long history with vampires because of the connection with Dracula. The descriptions of the town I loved with its gothic ruins and little alleyways. Having been there I could place where the characters were and was climbing the steps with them.
The vampires for me were the more like the ones in The Strain rather than the Edward Cullen type. They gave the story that creepy feel and at times it was quite gory. However the characters running around Whitby did make me think they were like the famous five on a bad day out.
The book started of quite well but towards the end I was getting a little fed up. The book finished quite nice and neat. Overall I felt it was an ok read and did remind of the old Hammer House films.
If you like vampires this book could be for you. For me it was Whitby.
It's not on Kindle yet but I also really enjoyed "The Fall" from this writer, another brilliant book.
Give him a go, in my opinion he is better than King.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this because I love Whitby and the reviews were great...sadly it didn't live up to the hype. I managed to get through three chapters before I sent it off the charity shop;... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mr. John D. Tanner
Interesting take on vamps and if you have read the earlier books you will know they are not twinkly boy band neck biters of recent vampire books. Read morePublished on 3 Mar. 2015 by clive boorman