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Blood on the Ice

Narrated by: Evan Harris
Length: 6 hrs and 50 mins
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When a talented new player joins the perennially losing sub-minor-league hockey team the Fighting Aardvarks, it marks the beginning of a winning tradition. But things aren't as they seem, and players begin to change. First-line center Hammie learns the truth: The Aardvarks are becoming vampires, and it's up to him to stop them before the infestation spreads beyond just the team. 

©2011 Ian Thomas Healy (P)2018 Ian Thomas Healy

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"Healy’s snickering, boyish humor is a highlight of this novel - from the characters’ postmodern comments on vampiric pop culture to the hockey teammates’ constant good-natured trash talking to the wry snarkiness of the 'narrator' (a lovely twist as to the identity of the narrator I won’t spoil for you, but wait for the delightful punchline) pull us through this story with tight action and a keen series of cliffhanger chapter endings." (Jenn Zuko, Nerds in Babeland) 

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  • Ijw
  • Cochise, AZ, United States
  • 07-30-18

hocky horror show

Lots of fun even if you don't know anything about hockey, which I don't. Fun atmosphere , relatable characters , and it's even well written. The fanfic girl has to be directly out of the author's experience (cringe). Urban fantasy doesn't have to be American, y'all. BC Canada is a fond memory. I remember that long hill down into Fraser.

Excellent narration with only a couple of missteps ("fizzy slipper sock"?)

Warning to Christians who are easily offended. Just skip it.

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