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Well, you get an extra dose of me this week, since it's a US holiday and I had some time to spare to help out with the blog this morning. Speaking of, thank you to any and every veteran who has ever served to protect the freedom and security of their country! And, without further ado... please enjoy Aditus' review of @comicfan's story, A Vampire to the Rescue! 


A Vampire to the Rescue

Reviewer: Aditus
Status: Complete
Word Count: 3,949

Halloween is over, and all the creepy folk are back behind the veil for one year with the help of fireworks and Jack-o’-lanterns. Except for one vampire. Him we still want around because he is a hero.
Terry is out to get some food when he overhears a heated conversation between two men in a darkened street. Just when he is about to turn away, he hears something that reminds him of how cruel humanity can be to a child. How cruel it has been to him. This is why there is no way Terry will allow what is about to happen.

While he is still considering what to do the argument turns into a fight, and one of the men kills the other. When the survivor pulls a frightened kid out of the trunk of a car, Terry sees his suspicions confirmed. He can’t wait any longer to intervene. An epic fight enfolds, and Terry finds out he’s battling an old enemy.

In the end, Terry is still hungry, but the kid has the perfect idea of how they could change that.

The story has some nice twists and surprises I really liked. There might be some parts where I want to know even more, but that’s because I’m greedy. And now I have that damn song in my head: Oh..someone’s in the kitchen with Dinah.

Category: Fiction  Genres: Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi  Tags:  teen, mature adult, were-creatures, vampire, modern  Rating: Everyone

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If you're a fan of Comicfan's , then definitely check this out.  If you've never read any of Wayne's stories, well then what are you waiting for?  :gikkle: Great review, Addy.  :) 

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Read, commented on, and reviewed. I loved it. Great job, Wayne, and great review @aditus :) 

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