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Broadway Vampire

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Whether you are a fan of Broadway theater or hungering for new knowledge about the Eternal Undead, Broadway Vampire will provide compelling entertainment. Combining horror, theater history, murder mystery and love story, Broadway Vampire is a sure fire page turner set in the world of contemporary New York theater. Stage buffs and those lusting after fangs of their own will ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published October 10th 2010 by R.T.P.G. (first published August 20th 2010)
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Oct 11, 2010 kari rated it liked it
An intriguing premise, a vampire theatrical producer.
I liked the vampire lore of this book. It was well thought out and intriguing. Make no mistake this is a vampire with a capital V, no sparkly veggie angsty emo guy, but a murderous unapologetic drinker of human blood. Who and what he is takes up the main part of the story while the mystery is really more of a back burner issue.
There is a lot of his thoughts about theatre, entertainment, bankers, the history of vampires and people, reading, and
Apr 01, 2011 Tiffony rated it liked it
If you hate the romantic aspect of the modern day vampire story then this book is for you. The main character is definitely not someone you would want to invite into your bed (especially since vampires in THIS world are as smooth as ken dolls below the waist!! lol) And kills at random whenever the thirst strikes. The tempo of the plot moved a little slow for my taste but was ultimately a decent story fit for most vampire fans.
Nov 02, 2010 Diana rated it liked it
You know those movies where they show the best parts in the previews? That's kind of what this book is. The story was pretty good but it had parts where it would have a complete change of subject and I'd end up forgetting what the story was actually about.

I am a fan of Broadway theater and a fan of "the Eternal Undead", but I didn't think this was exactly a page turner.
Oct 29, 2010 Cassandra rated it it was ok
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I won this from a Goodreads giveaway. I thought it as was an entertaining read. It could have used a bit more editing I felt. I like the ideas that he had about how society is being turned away from the simple things because of technology and how people have lost their sense of wonderment and the thrill of going to the theater.
Oct 08, 2010 Lisa rated it liked it
It was entertaining, but I think it could have been better with better editing. At times it seemed to ramble, repeat things, and be overly detailed. Also, the ending seemed kind of tacked on. With that said, I still found it fairly entertaining.
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Oct 13, 2010 Debbi Smith rated it liked it
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I recieved this book from Goodreads as a giveaway.
This was not your usual vampire novel.Although I enjoyed the book, I think someone who is a theatre buff would have enjoyed it more.

It's refreshing to read about a vampire that wasn't all emo. I like the concept of him being on the outside looking in on humanity but the author doesn't seem to be fully dedicated to it.
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I won this copy from Goodreads. I read the book and it was okay. It was a different concept of vampires. It just never grabbed my attention like I would have liked.
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Uke Jackson, a playwright, novelist, broadcaster, bandleader and musician, was born Stephen DiLauro. His plays have been produced in different theaters in downtown Manhattan, including "Monster Time"; "The Secret Warhol Rituals"; and "Avenue Z Afternoon" which he adapted for a GM Mark of Excellence television production. His first play written as an adult, "Dristi Magic" a one act, was staged by t ...more
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