Book Review: Suzie & the Monsters – A Fairytale of Blood, Sex and Inhumanity

I don’t really like reblogging things on my Alina Meridon blog, which is why I didn’t reblog this two months ago. However, today’s a special day for me and I’m feeling self-indulgent – I promise not to make a habit of this. Thanks again for the detailed review, Megan!

Megan Cashman

Vampire novels these days seem to be very similar. Many of them involved a woman falling love – or lust – with an alpha male vampire. Sometimes the female protagonist can be a kick-ass, superwoman type, while other times her life revolves the man she is focused on.

Well, how about a vampire book that is almost entirely different from all the others out there? As in, where the men aren’t the heroes and women can be someone’s cup of tea?

British author Francis James Franklin likes to explore a vampire’s struggle between it’s monstrous nature and the humanity of it’s previous life. He also likes to explore female sexuality, especially in the realm of lesbianism.

Before you jump for joy or get enraged over more lesbian chic, I say relax. Taking a look at Franklin’s blog shows he is not exactly a Howard Stern-like drooling over girl-on-girl action. He…

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About Frank

A Sci-Fi & Fantasy author and lyrical poet with a mild obsession for vampires, succubi, goddesses and Supergirl.
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