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There was an infection going around that no medical doctor would acknowledge. To them, it was just a virus. At least, that's what Lucy was told.

Lucy Blake considered herself an aficionado of vampires. She wrote articles for a Goth/vampire magazine, blogged, read all the books, did all of the research, and watched all of the shows, including the classics. But to Lucy, they stayed in the realm of fiction. She did not believe they were real - not until the night she was bitten. She was infected with the deadly bite of a vampire and slowly transitioned into one of the dark creatures of the night.

©2015 Elaine C. Markowicz (P)2015 Elaine C. Markowicz

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Fire this narrator!

What did you like best about Bite Me? What did you like least?

I'm sure this book was good, but the narrator did such a bad job that I didn't even make it past the 1st chapter. She completely destroyed any imagery created by the author by stumbling over words, mumbling and even backtracking to sentences she missed!

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

I didn't get to the end!

What didn’t you like about Babs Hightower’s performance?

Everything!

Do you think Bite Me needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

I think Bite Me needs a re-do with a competent narrator.