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The Vampire's Photograph by Kevin Emerson
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Dec 06, 11

Read in November, 2009

** spoiler alert **
Oliver is about to experience things that he would've never thought before: befriend a male and a female human being. It all began when a curious human girl named Emalie was wondering around in Oliver's house, and dragged along a human boy named Dean. Boy, did that get things a lot rowdier.

Oliver was a vampire, and a vampire that had very little self esteem. He was the nobody of the group. He is a demonless vampire. Even though he has super-human powers, like lifting up things heavier than his own weight, and able to blend in and stick to the wall, he is a very meek vampire, a lamb, as so his brother Bane says.

Oliver lives with his vampire mother and father Phlox, or Phloxian, and Seb, or Sebastian. They care for Oliver fiercely, and gently as well.

Emalie and Dean happen to entangle their own problems with Oliver's. Emalie takes a photo of him, and it turns out blurry.

Oh No's.

Then they go on a series of adventures. Emalie involves Oliver into searching for her mother. They escape from many dangers, get caught but then get away. Then they find out something amazing. Oliver Nocturne was sired, or turned into a vampire, meaning that Phlox and Sebastian stole him away from his parents, then sucked his blood, and made him a vampire.

Well, I guessed I just ruined it for you now, but you can still taste that blood-curdlin' adventure, eh??

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