Night Life, a brilliant sequel to the classic novel of vampires re-imagined - Live Girls
When Ray Garton’s Live Girls was published in 1987, it changed the face of vampire fiction. The gritty, urban story of Davey Owen’s dark seduction and reluctant transformation into a creature of the undead has become a classic of the genre.
In Night Life, nearly two decades after battling the vampires of the Midnight Club in New York City, Davey is a marked man. He lives a quiet life in Los Angeles with the love of his life, Casey Thorne. The vampires he did not destroy back then have been hunting him ever since, eager to take their revenge - and now they have found him. For what he did to them, they are determined to make him pay with his last drop of blood. With the help of old friends and new allies, Davey and Casey must face the bloodthirsty nightmare of their past. This time, they may not have a future.
©2005 Ray Garton (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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It’s been almost 20 years since Davey blew the shit out of Live Girls. Vampires are still alive (you know what I mean) and well in the sex trade and they haven’t forgotten. They thirst for revenge. Now that Davey is out from hiding, he wants to finish what he started all those years ago. Mutants and Brutals and Anya…oh my!! It is going to hit the fan big time and it’s going to get bloody.
A very good follow up to Live Girls. It was nice to see a few of the LG characters revisited and the story continued. Vampires are cool when they are nasty and mean and violent. These be those.
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