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{September 24, 2013}   {Review} Vampires Revealed by Rebeka Harrington

12535496From Goodreads: Leave behind your preconceived ideas, forget the horror stories and disregard everything you think you know about vampires.

For centuries the debate has raged; are vampires real? There has been plenty of myth and superstition regarding vampires but not a lot of truth or answers. In a unique piece of work, Bektamun a 3000 year old vampire, puts to rest all the myth and finally reveals the truth about the legendary creatures known across the globe as vampires.

Vampires Revealed is a journey of discovery. Never before have humans had and an opportunity such as this. To know the unadulterated truth, for every question you may have ever had about vampires to be answered.

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This is a novel for people who love vampires.  It’s well written and acts more as a guide book than an actual story, but it still draws the reader in and keeps his/her attention.  Bektamun, a 3000 year old vampire, goes through the many myths and lore that exists about vampires and debunks some, verifies others, and sheds light on some the reader probably hasn’t ever thought to ask.

This is written almost like a conversational journal where Bektamun tells her life story, including testimony from her fellow vampires, though not all of them are as excited to share their stories and knowledge with us humans.  It’s not a terribly long read, and it definitely made me think about all the different things I’ve heard about vampires over the years, which was fun.  Some of the revelations are extremely humorous, while others are more down to earth.  Overall, it was an enjoyable read and if you’re looking for something interesting and quick to read as Halloween approaches, I suggest checking out this story.  Three stars.

3 stars

 I received this novel from the author in exchange for an honest review.

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