Fat Vampire

Heh, you know, this looks absolutely incredible. I’ve never read a book by Truant (except Write, Publish, Repeat), so this might be my first.

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Fat Vampire By Johnny B. Truant


When overweight treadmill salesman Reginald Baskin finally meets a co-worker who doesn’t make fun of him, it’s just his own bad luck that tech guy Maurice turns out to be a thousand-year-old vampire. And when Maurice turns Reginald to save his life, it’s just Reginald’s own further bad luck that he wakes up to discover he’s become the slowest, weakest, most out-of-shape vampire ever born, doomed to “heal” to his corpulent self for all of eternity. As Reginald struggles with the downsides of being a fat vampire — too slow to catch people to feed on, mocked by those he tries to glamour, assaulted by his intended prey and left for undead — he discovers in himself rare powers that few vampires have… and just in time too, because the Vampire Council might just want his head for being an inferior representative of…

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6 responses to “Fat Vampire

  1. Thanks for the reblog 🙂

  2. Imagine if all the review had said was this: “It all worked out and wasn’t creepy or horrible in any way” — that would have been a one-star review for a horror novel!

    I’ll check out the book.

  3. I guess if it had a winky emoticon. Yeah, that would do it.

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