June 20, 2012
Review of “The Vampire Club”
The Vampire Club by Scott Nicholson and J.R. Rain is a funny, suspenseful, entertaining read. If you like vampires, you will love this book. The authors capture the interest of their readers, reel them in, and don’t let them go until the readers are completely satisfied. If you enjoy how humor can lighten a serious subject, you will enjoy this book.
The story begins with Andy – a Vampire Studies major at Western Virginia University. It is the only vampire-type major in the country. There are four students and one professor, and they’re all members of The Vampire Club. The ultimate purpose of the club is to prove the existence of vampires.
Andy finds an old newspaper article that sounds eerily like a vampire sighting and killing. Since the club knows that vampires can’t be killed, but only put into a coma with a silver bullet, they decide to track down this comatose vampire and bring him back to life. They just need to find a place to stay near the burial grounds, which are in a different state.
The Vampire Club gets a new member who volunteers to let them all stay with his cousins who live near the burial site. After they arrive, nothing goes as planned. There is a conspiracy, a romantic conflict, and a risky adventure all wrapped into one, as the club attempts to carry out its plans.
This book will not disappoint. The story gets better and better the further you read. The characters are lively, and passionate about vampires and each other. I recommend this book to readers of suspense and paranormal who also enjoy a bit of humor.
You can get your copy here. Enjoy!