By Rick Gualtieri
There are purposes we worry the evening. He's no longer certainly one of them.
Bill Ryder was once a dateless geek, slacking his means aimlessly via lifestyles correct up until eventually the day he was once killed. regrettably for him, that used to be just the start of his problems. He aroused from sleep as a vampire, one of many mythical predators of the evening. unfortunately, fangs or no longer, he used to be nonetheless on the backside of the meals chain.
Now he unearths himself surrounded via creatures superior, deadlier, and a complete lot cooler than he's. Worst but, such a lot of them wish him lifeless - completely this time.
Bill isn't precisely general, even though. A vampire like him hasn't been noticeable in centuries. He's acquired a number of methods up his sleeve, not likely allies, and an perspective challenge that makes him too rattling obnoxious to quit.
Join him during this hilarious story of monsters, mayhem, and the not likely hero who's now not afraid to inform all of them off - whether it will get his tooth kicked in.
Bill The Vampire, ebook one in The Tome of Bill sequence, is a foul-mouthed horror comedy with a bad overbite.
If you like fast moving motion and snappy discussion then you're in for a bloody sturdy time.
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