Monday, October 24, 2011

More Books for Cold October Nights

Blood Oath (Nathaniel Cade #1)Blood Oath by Christopher Farnsworth

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Want a vampire who doesn't attend high school in Forks, Washington? Or become romantically entangled with Southern women? Or give interviews in New Orleans? Want a vampire who's mainly a killing machine? May I introduce you to Nathanial Cade, the President's vampire?

For well over a century Cade has been bound to the will of the President of the United States, fighting for the safety of our nation against the forces of the Other Side. These forces take a lot of shapes, and the book makes references to monsters throughout history. If fish-headed men from Innsmouth make you think of H.P. Lovecraft, then this is the book for you. But even if they don't, this could STILL be the book for you.

It's gruesome, it's creepy, and it's action-packed.

Perfect book for a spooky October night.

If you’re looking for other spooky presidential books try Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter or if you’d like something with a little more history to it there’s Haunted Presidents: Ghosts in the Lives of the Chief Executives.

Looking for Zombies? See Cara's post below for all your zombie needs!

But there's more where that came from. We've got monsters galore!

Want a modern day werewolf tale? Check out The Last Werewolf.

Prefer mutants in a bizzaro version of the 1950s? Dive into Go, Mutants!

And if you’d just like some ghost stories to read in the dark, we’ve got Haunted Legends, a collection of spooky tales.

If none of this is what you’re looking for, there’s plenty more to choose from. Ask at your branch!

And let us know in the comments about your favorite spooky reads.

Have a Happy Halloween!

Review by Danny Hanbery

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