Reviewsday: A People’s History Of The Vampire Uprising

A People’s History of the Vampire Uprising is a stunning debut that puts an eerie spin on vampirism in modern society. Explored through the perspective of key, invested individuals, it’s a journey that weaves its way through fascinating locales, from American to the heart of Vatican City, portrayed with stark realism that simultaneously enchants and horrifies. Villareal builds his haunting world through a collection of first hand accounts, interviews and news pieces, staggering forward from ground zero to bring to life a world not so far removed from our own.

This is not your average vampire tale; the contents of this novel are chilling in a way that’s almost too close to home and will stay with you long after you put the book down.

~Karen, QBD Tweed Heads

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