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Publisher's Summary

The story of Reginald - the world's slowest, weakest, most out-of-shape vampire - continues in this second installment of the Fat Vampire series....

It's been six months since fast-food-addicted Reginald Baskin was turned into a vampire too fat to live peacefully amongst the glamorous undead - six months in which Reginald and his 2,000-year-old maker Maurice have learned that power doesn't equal popularity. Sure, Maurice is now calling the shots, but the Council is up to new and dirty tricks, threatening to once again upset the balance....

But when the Vampire Nation faces genocidal violence at the hands of an unstoppable force and the very future of vampirekind is threatened, Reginald, Maurice, and Nikki must find their allies elsewhere...buried deep underground in a foreign land.

©2012 Johnny B. Truant (P)2014 Johnny B. Truant

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SO DEEP AND UNMYTHOS

BODY BY CINNABON
At times I was much into the deep dialogue on Vampirism, put I did crave something besides dialogue. The book cover and the title may make some think this is some silly rip off of a series, but it is actually a great addition to the genre. This book two, like most second books of a series is a sort of filler and is very weak on action and plot.

I GOT BORED
Short books like this can often hinge on just one or two ideas, that will make them good or bad. I loved book one and this one not so much, but I will probably give book three a try.

35 of 43 people found this review helpful

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Great story line

Nice twist to a vampire story. Performance could use some improvement. Story is predictable at times, but does keep you interested.

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great storytelling !

A good observer of humans, some good philosophical treasurers, all overshadowed by a superbly crafted story.

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Vampire 2

The story wasn't as funny as the first one I hoped for Reggie to be funnier all in all good story

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Excellent read. A funny, well written sequel.

Looking forward to the next book. 9 words remaining. a a a a a a

20 word review is rediculous.

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Great non traditional vampire story!

This was funny and sweet with a touch of cleverness that didn't go too far. Different from standard vampire tales, you won't find sparkles or pre-adolescents pining for each other in this tale. I sincerely enjoyed every minute!

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OK

I really enjoyed the first in seris. This one was little to cheesy in my opinion.

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  • Conrad
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  • 09-25-14

Funny short story, but not the stupid kinda funny

Where does Tastes like Chicken rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I love vampires, zombies, werewolves, etc. so its in the top 3 categories I guess.

What other book might you compare Tastes like Chicken to and why?

Mark Tufo's "Zombie Fallout" series, they both jive with my kinda humor.

Have you listened to any of Matt Josdal, VOplanet Studios’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

no

If you could take any character from Tastes like Chicken out to dinner, who would it be and why?

Reginald Baskin, but he would have to pay I think, provided I wasn't on the menu!

Any additional comments?

I liked the book, wish it was longer!