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Bleodsian by Robert   Perry
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Aug 08, 2012

really liked it
Recommended to Ted by: Lovers of the Paranormal group
Read on August 07, 2012 , read count: 1

Another Read 2 Review book from the Lovers of the Paranormal group here on Goodreads. Mr. Perry has crafted a tale that made me feel some sympathy for Richard Caccire. Richard is a facilities worker with a fatal malady that is convinced by an unnamed, unseen voice that by killing others and drinking there blood that he can be returned to health. Though he feels pangs of gulit the invigorating sense he gets from drinking the blood masks the fact that he is still dying...until his doctor tells him he has little time to live. As the police close in he decides to take one last victim, not to kill but to tell his story too. His life comes to a tragic end as the police storm the house and he dies in his soon to be biographers arms.

The progression of the disease of his mind is well told as he needs more blood more frequently and he becomes more careless. The thought of "what would someone do to live" is brought to the reader as the story unfolds. Very strange for me to say for such a macabre story but very nicely done.

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