Billy Price

Billy Price I hate high school But you go where the prey is and the prey is in high school Girls are falling over themselves in the search for a never ending mystical love of epic proportions with a vampire For

  • Title: Billy Price
  • Author: Keryl Raist
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 398
  • Format: ebook
  • I hate high school But you go where the prey is, and the prey is in high school.Girls are falling over themselves in the search for a never ending, mystical love of epic proportions with a vampire For that I have Stephenie Meyer, Joss Whedon, and whoever wrote the Vampire Diaries to thank They made the whole vampire thing so cool to the kids My eyes physically cannot rI hate high school But you go where the prey is, and the prey is in high school.Girls are falling over themselves in the search for a never ending, mystical love of epic proportions with a vampire For that I have Stephenie Meyer, Joss Whedon, and whoever wrote the Vampire Diaries to thank They made the whole vampire thing so cool to the kids My eyes physically cannot roll far enough to express my disdain.So I get the prey to the point where he thinks I m easy pickings, that he s seducing me We head off to a secluded place, he gives me this lame ass speech about how I m almost making his dead heart beat, and when he thinks he s in charge, I drain him dry and stake his ass.Yeah, that s right I m a vampire And I hunt vampires.And, no, it s not some sort of angsty, self hating, saving humanity crap I am not now, nor have I ever been, Angel.I m in it for the fun.Hunter s Tales is the first in a series of short stories aimed at the 14 and over market.
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    • Jarod Crews says:

      Keryl Raist has hit the snarky nail on the head with this, the first in a series of novellas. The premise is both exhilaratingly refreshing, witty, and at times historically edifying, which, of late, is a rarity amongst the myriad of vampiric literature. What do I find most pleasurable about this bit of prose, you ask? The comic relief of Raist's acerbic writing style, as well as -- for the better part -- the unflagging consistency of "voice". Though, in the end, I did have a few niggles with wh [...]

    • Christopher Armani says:

      What a fun read! Keryl Raist has a great wit and passes that on to her main character in this book. Her examination of the vampire myth through her character's eyes is interesting and her character's disdain for some parts of those myths is downright hilarious. Really enjoyed this. It's such a shame she hasn't added to this series yet.

    • Cassie McCown says:

      Review coming soon!

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