Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Vampire Books in COM Library

Supernatural fiction is very popular lately, especially when it involves vampires. If you’re in the library, be sure to check out our vampire fiction display in the Leisure Reading area!

Here are two of the most popular vampire novels from COM Library:

Dead Until Dark, by Charlaine Harris
Dead Until Dark is the first book in Charlaine Harris’ Southern Vampire Mysteries, also known as the Sookie Stackhouse series. In this page turner, set in fictional backwoods Louisiana town, Harris creates a fantasy world where humans and vampires coexist (somewhat) successfully, if not entirely believably. If you enjoy this genre and can suspend some serious disbelief, this book might be for you. The HBO series True Blood is based on this series of novels; fans of the book might like to check out the television show, and vice versa.

The Twilight Saga, by Stephenie Meyer
Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn
Stephenie Meyer’s bestselling “vampire love saga” features vampires, werewolves, forbidden love, and lots of romantic angst. The books are not for everyone – the story requires some serious suspension of disbelief – but if you’re willing and able to do that, you may well enjoy it. Recommended for teenage girls, fans of YA romantic fantasy, and those who want to see what all the fuss is about.

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