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I, Vampire by Michael Romkey
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May 07, 12

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One of the worst books I've gone to the trouble of actually finishing...mostly because I couldn't quite believe how wretched it was. Every time you think the plot can't get any more contrived, the protagonist more obnoxious, deeper it goes, like some urban-paranormal train-wreck.

The main character is the second worst Mary-Sue in modern letters. We are to believe this drug-addled, morally vapid, sex-driven liesure-suited bargain-basement lothario keeps running into the Great Minds of history (Mozart, Einstein, et. al.) and that every time he does, they are astonished and humbled to have met *him*!

This is a foul book. Other books nearby on the shelf are made worse by mere proximity to this turkey. It maketh a blight upon the land.
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Desiree Yeah, I've been trying to finish this book for YEARS, I can only take it in small doses. I WANT to like it, but I just don't, yet it's still sitting by my bedside WAITING for me to pick it back up!


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