A look at real vampires offers conversations with such creatures of the night as Jack, a bisexual with a love for blood; Vlad, a rock and roll musician; and Monique, a woman who, as a child, tore at her own flesh. Reprint. PW. ...
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||224 Pages|
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A book about people who believe that they are vampires. It is interesting how differently each vampire thinks, how they rationalise their blood drinking and what their life was like before they embraced their vampirism. The first half of this book is very boring and hard to keep on ready, although the second half of the book is much more interesting as the people she interviews are fascinating.
This is more social porn than an attempt to really understand what the phenomenon is about. I've rarely met such infuriatingly condecending attitude by an author as here, despite the seemingly 'objective' aims.