Review: An unattractive Vampire by Jim McDoniel



Publisher: Inkshares

Publishing Date: March 2016


Genre: Fantasy

Rating: 4.2/5

 Publishers Description: After three centuries trapped underground, thousand-year-old Yulric Bile—also known as the Curséd One, the Devil’s Apprentice, He Who Worships the Slumbering Horrors—awakens only to find that no one believes he is a vampire. Apparently he’s just too ugly—modern vampires, he soon discovers, are pretty,

 Review: This was a heck of a lot of fun to read. There is so much going on what with the historical referents, funny footnotes and even funnier situational scene development that you have to keep up in order to stay relevant with the storyline. Great character development coupled with exceptional writing makes Koeur a happy boy. GET IT!


3 thoughts on “Review: An unattractive Vampire by Jim McDoniel

  1. I am super excited to read this one. I also have the arc and it’s on my February reading list, but now I may need to bump it sooner. 🙂

  2. Surprised me on a lot of levels. Hopefully you will enjoy!

  3. Pingback: An Unattractive Vampire - Jim McDoniel - 125 Pages

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