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Review - Fang Fiction by L.M. Kaplin


Synopsis -


Vampires. Always hungry. Always searching for blood.

This collection of short stories will take you on an emotional rollercoaster through time with ten dark tales of fangs and flesh. You’ll follow the evolution of the vampire species beginning with the original vampire circa 1000 BC, feel the painful transition from human to undead, walk in the shoes of a vampire hunter and even listen in on a conspiracy theory podcast. Finally, you'll get a glimpse of a horrifying future with humans on the verge of extinction.


Each of these stories looks at the world’s most popular supernatural creature through a different lens exploring terror, love, pain, life, and death.


Review -


When you have such commonly used creatures as zombies and vampires in horror fiction, it's difficult to come across originality, but I have to say that L.M. Kaplin has nailed it with Fang Fiction.


This is a collection of short vampire stories set in different time periods, yet all seemingly set in the same universe.


With collections such as these, you often get a couple of weak entries, but that is not the case here. I liked them all, but particularly enjoyed The Revenant, Free Lunch, and Factory Farm, which I found particularly disturbing. Grab your copy by clicking HERE.


5 stars out of 5




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