Thursday, June 16, 2011


You drove a stake through the vampire's heart and it died.  Again.  Unfortunately, the body did not turn to dust.  So much for easy clean-up.  Now you have a body that you need to dispose of.  That is the premise of Richard Laymon's novel Bite.

Like any body disposal, things do not go smoothly.  A blown out tire leads to a man named Snow White.  Snow White becomes a serious hitch in the body disposal process.  He also brings in two new "hostages" who turn out to be a different form of vampire.

At it's heart, this novel is about belief.  Do you believe that vampires exist?  Do you believe in the person sitting next to you?  Do you believe in yourself?  All in all, a fun ride through Vampireland.

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