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Real Vampires #2020

Real Vampires Do you believe in vampires People have believed in vampires for hundreds of years And these beliefs were not limited to Transylvania or some other obscure and distant place In the United States peop

  • Title: Real Vampires
  • Author: Daniel Cohen
  • ISBN: 9780590645423
  • Page: 250
  • Format: Paperback
  • Real Vampires By Daniel Cohen, Do you believe in vampires People have believed in vampires for hundreds of years And these beliefs were not limited to Transylvania, or some other obscure and distant place In the United States, people were digging up graves in search of vampires, hoping to vanquish them.Read now about a host of other real vampires ones that people really believed in because they encouDo you believe in vampires People have believed in vampires for hundreds of years And these beliefs were not limited to Transylvania, or some other obscure and distant place In the United States, people were digging up graves in search of vampires, hoping to vanquish them.Read now about a host of other real vampires ones that people really believed in because they encountered them There are accounts from Middle Europe to Middle America, from medieval to modern times By the time you have finished reading them, perhaps you will believe in vampires, too.

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    1 thought on “Real Vampires

    1. I don t know what I was expecting but this book attempted to pass itself off as non fiction It was like bunk, bunk and bunk.Lots of unverifiable names and places, and descriptions of disturbed skeletons offered up as quasi proof.When he discounted Dracula, and misspelled Vlad as Vald Tepes page 5 as the Transylvanian prince, my interest and faith in this book dropped to ZERO.Real vampires suck people s blood, there are people who dedicate themselves to that activity and there should have been [...]

    2. I didn t really enjoy reading this book that much I learned a few interesting facts that I didn t know before, but it wasn t very entertaining and I thought the author was repetitive in what he was writing The one thing that I did like about it was that it was a quick read and I was glad when I got to the end.

    3. This was fun to read, which is a little strange to say about a vampire nonfiction book.There was a great list of research materials, and the stories were retold with a perfect balance of the provable facts and great storytelling The author doesn t attempt to justify vampire s existence or argue for or against it, he just presents the various stories and legends as they re told by others.A great collection, and a great place to start if researching vampire lore or tales of real life vampires Exce [...]

    4. I really didn t like this book I was hoping I would get the horror factor from the book but it seemed like a lot of facts It really wasn t to intersting either.

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