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Vampire Content Warning Although this novella is a work of fiction it contains violent themes such as murder and suicide Bram Stoker wrote Dracula over the course of a decade researching historical figures

  • Title: Vampire
  • Author: Peter Cawdron
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 370
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Content Warning Although this novella is a work of fiction, it contains violent themes such as murder and suicide Bram Stoker wrote Dracula over the course of a decade, researching historical figures and compiling notes from scattered diary entries What was supposed to be a work of fiction holds far truth than he realized Dr Jane Langford is investigating a murdeContent Warning Although this novella is a work of fiction, it contains violent themes such as murder and suicide Bram Stoker wrote Dracula over the course of a decade, researching historical figures and compiling notes from scattered diary entries What was supposed to be a work of fiction holds far truth than he realized Dr Jane Langford is investigating a murder suicide unlike anything she s ever encountered before Sleepy Boise, Idaho, is a haven to an evil that has passed unnoticed down through the centuries.

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    1. Another wonderful short story by Cawdron. From the onset, Vampire had me on the edge of my seat. I found myself losing track of time while reading as I could not set it aside. Cawdron just has a way with words and you get lost in the detailed descriptions of his characters and environments. To be honest, I wasn't even close to being ready for the surprising twist at the end. Keep up the great work, Peter, and I can't wait for what's next in store!

    2. This is another Cawdron Masterpiece, although a bit darker than his usual tale.From the outset it should be noted that this is a short story, just to prevent any confusion, and stop the usual complaints about length.However, even given that it is a short story, you won't be disappointed.This is an intelligent story, that is dark, intriguing, and that you should not read alone at night. Cawdron does a brilliant job of using his characters to provide a riveting tale about a murder and a suicide in [...]

    3. I rather liked this. It's fairly short but leaves you wanting more. A unique twist to the vampire legend, but with the masterful original Dracula as an inspiration.

    4. Though, only 54 pages, this is an awesome reinterpretation of Bram Stoker's Dracula! If you tend to believe in the existence of vampires, and find the idea disturbing, it might be wise to avoid this story, but if you - like me - just dislike horror on a manageable level, this is a great read - eerie, suspenseful and slightly discomforting in the best possible way, and very compelling! It's a book that makes you think of plausibility, and the truth of mythologies. I guess, I'm attracted to unsett [...]

    5. This wild reimagining of Dracula is so gripping you will read it in minutes. I was kept on my toes guessing where the twists would take me until the very end, and I can't say much without giving it away, but you will be happy to have spent a dollar on a fine story rather than 1/4 of a coffee.***free copy provided for my honest opinion, I just happened to luck out and fall in love with it***

    6. Fast PacedVAMPIRE was fast paced and thrilling. The suspense built up from very subtle to in your face obvious. I would recommend this to anyone interested in vampires. It's a different take on vampires. A good read.

    7. A very well written and well edited capturing short story. The ending was predictable but nevertheless enjoyable.

    8. A reworking of the Dracula story? Set in modern time? And in a novella? The old vampire story is so iconic that I was unable to imagine how this could be worked. So much so, that when I was offered a copy of Vampire in return for an honest review, I emailed the author to reiterate that my review would be a totally honest one even if I hated it.I should have saved myself all the angst and trusted in the very talented imagination of Mr.Cawdron to make this something special. He writes with such a [...]

    9. This was a neat little twist on the traditional vampire story (and thank goodness nothing was sparkling). Cawdron, as always, puts his own unique spin on something and makes it better. What if vampires are real, but we've gotten so blinded by the mythos that we can't see what's right in front of us. This story was done in the style of Bram Stoker, full of suspense and riddled with the unknown. I recommend it to any horror or sci-fi fans out there (along with everything else the guy writes which [...]

    10. Peter Cawdron is one of the best science fiction & dystopian fiction writers in the indie scene today!Now he's gone and done an amazing re-interpretation of one of the ultimate horror stories of all time -> Dracula, no less!!No clues & no spoilers from myself, just a honest-to-goodness 'thumbs-up! It's an exciting, nail-biting quick read. I downloaded the day before yesterday and read it in one siting last night. I just couldn't go to bed before finding out how it was going to end. I [...]

    11. Wiz ,bang and boomThank you for this short story. I love when writers take a classic story and bring new sizzle to the story. I will read the second book in this series and keep following the series because of raw materials and wild twist on the classic story. Please read this once and see what you think.

    12. Non stop reading materialCouldn't put it down. Story had an abrupt end without an ending. Forcing you to buy book 2 which I had no problem doing after what I read in book 1. Great mix up from from other Vampire books are like or what the original Bram Stoker book on Dracula was. Loved every minute.

    13. Interesting but the ending is predictable.A short and quick read. Trying to bring new life to an old story. The "twist" leaves a bit of a bad taste however. Purchased the sequel in a bundle and will see where it goes.

    14. Very interesting new takeA very interesting new take on the classic story of Dracula. Makes me want to read further and see the new developments.

    15. It was an easy readI enjoyed this book. But it could have been longer I like the authors twist from the real legend of Dracula.

    16. ScaryShort story and very scary. It sticks in your brain and doesn't let go. If you get the willies, it's your own fault for reading this. Don't say I didn't warn you. Hahaha

    17. Too short!I loved the story but it's too short! I'm almost sad when it ended. When will the next book come out?

    18. Interesting set up for future books.The book starts off with a good amount of mystery and suspense. Not much action in this story, but it has set things up well for future books.

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