This book is a perfect antidote to the plague of brooding, seductive and powerful vampire romances infesting the shelves. The vampires, far from being a menace, are inept and brainless. Fortunately for our hapless "hero", so is the vampire hunter and just about everyone else caught up in this farce. Frederick , never the less, doggedly slogs through vampires and vampire hunters while dodging his murderous and untrustworthy but lovely partner in crime as they race to steal an inheritance. He does so with a single minded determination helped- or hindered- by the poet John Keats and a rather bloody minded Mary Shelly.
A fun read and a good performance
I just can't recommend this book. I found Betsy to be one of the most annoying characters I've ever come across in a book. She's ignorant, shallow, whiny and SHE'S the heroine! The rest of the characters were two dimensional stereotypes and the author apparently thinks that no one will know the difference between sarcasm and wit. She's probably right about that.
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