Current Obsession...
After three years of my wife suggesting that I would really enjoy reading the Sookie Stackhouse: Southern Vampire Series, I have finally succombed and I've definitely sunk my teeth into it.  While I've seen the HBO series, I have now read beyond it and (as English teachers will often say) the books definitely have more to offer with character development, backstory, and a heroine who can be smart, sexy, and more powerful in many ways than the other supernatural beings who share her world.

 

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 Book Recommendations

 
  
30 Days of Night
The Monstrumologist
The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie
RED
DMZ
Blackest Night
Definitely Dead
Dead as a Doornail
A Touch of Dead
Dead to the World
American Vampire
Buffy the Vampire Slayer : Season 8
World War Z by Max Brooks
Whiteout
Wanted: by Mark Millar
V for Vendetta: by Alan Moore
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The Monstrumologist
Following the gift of some rambling journals from an elderly man in a care facility, a young writer discovers a hidden world of those who study and hunt the creatures of the night that has been in existence for centuries. As he reads the musings, the reader is thrust into a world of an orphaned twelve year old boy in the 1800's who serves as a doctor's assistant and comes to be a pivotal part in the tracking of the Antropophagi: a race of creatures who appear as headless humans, with eyes on their shoulders, and mouths of thousands of sharp and vicious teeth where the stomach should be; and these creatures are terrorizing New England. What will the Doctor do to stop them and what part will his apprentice Will Henry play in all of it?
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