Bloodsucking Fiends by Christopher Moore (A Love Story, #1)

Posted: June 6, 2012 in Fiction, Horror, Paranormal Romance, Suspense
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bloodsucking fiendsLife can be really tough for a girl in her 20’s trying to maintain relationship, job and suddenly waking up a vampire. I know how it sounds crazy right! ”Blood sucking fiends” is a vampire story with lots of humor in it. I think it should come with a label: Make sure you read it alone, when you laugh aloud reading this book people may think you have lost your mind 🙂 I totally liked author’s writing style a wonderful tale of  Vampire girl.

Jody never asked to be a vampire but one evening she was forced to become one, when she woke up she was no more human, she can feel it with her supernatural strength, thirst for blood and fast heeling power. She meets ( by coincident) C. Thomas Flood, a writer ( or wanna be writer) who’s in San Francisco with little money and a place to share with 5 Chinese men and works in Garvey yard  shift with group of people called as ”Animals”. She moves in with him to an apartment where they can stay together by helping each other. She can pay bills and take care of money and he can do day time works which she cant go out and do due to sun light. From there the real twist starts, there is a elder vampire killing people and making it look like Jody and Tommy are responsible for that. What is the suspense? Where it takes them? What is Tommy’s story and what will he do when he learns that he is staying with vampire?

Although the book has the sub-title “A Love Story” tagged on to it, I don’t particularly think of this as a romance novel. It is a humorous story, filled with weird but funny characters. I would recommend this to Vampire fiction fans. Its actually trilogy with 2 more books as sequels

You Suck

Bite Me

  1. ProfeJMarie (Janet) says:

    I’ve only ever read one of Moore’s books (Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ’s Childhood Pal) – but loved it. I love this reminder that I should read more of his stuff.

  2. Face says:

    There’s way too much vampires around. I blame Meyer. 😛
    But this sounds interesting. Since I’m absolutely jobless these days, I might just pick it up. 🙂

  3. Deepika says:

    Haha.. yes! Mayer is responsible 🙂
    This book is a good read for vampire fiction novel fans.. Thanks for visiting my blog 🙂

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