Here I will keep a updated list of books I have read either fiction or non-fiction that inccoperate the themes discussed in my blog, I may include a brief review or synopis of the book as well.
Cold Kiss, By Roakanne Longstreet
I am not going to say too much about this one here, becasue I am planing on going into a more indepth discussion about in my blog.
Of course we cannot forget the ever popularized and cult faveorite Anne Rice and her Vampire Chronicals (need I say more)
Also I would recomend The Witches of Mayfaire series by Anne Rice
The Tourtuous Serpent by Donald Tyson is a fictional work about the famous occultist and alchemst John Dee, and his partner Edward Kelly. It was quite an intresting and well written book
100 Vicious Little Vampire Stories
This is a great collection of short vampire stories from all different authors, and what is really good about this book is the uniquness of many of the stories that really go above and beyond the sterotypical vampire
Servant of the Bones by Anne Rice
This is a rather intresting book and in light of my most recent post, it does make a reference to the Witch of Endor.
The Silver Wolf by Alice Borchardt
I am not going to say too much about this one, becasue I am going to write a more detailed post about it, but it was a very intresting and well done werewolf story.
Thirsty by M.T Anderson
A Young Adult book from a fabulous author of YA books. This is a remarkable, very entertaining and engaing read which I higly reccomend. A real quality vampire book in the YA genre. It offers so much more than just a vampire story. It gives a rather dark view into the look of human soceity and in a rather clever way uses the transformation into becoming a vampire as a sort of metaphor for the physcial changes and hormanal changes that all teenagers go through, making the protagnist of the story quite relatabel to the intended audience. At the same time the book as something to offer which all ages can enjoy.
The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova
An excellent and marvelous book that is a throw back to classical vampire stories and directly eludes to and draws from Bram Stoker’s Dracula. It views the myth and lore of Dracula from a histroical point of view with a supernatural twist in a scholarly hunt to uncover the truth and secrets about the original Dracula, Vlad the Impaler, who is still very much alive.