32 Fangs by David Wellington

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I like David Wellington’s writing style, and his dedication to keeping monsters scary.
-C.V. Hunt


The Final Reckoning

Laura Caxton's battles against the ancient vampire Justinia Malvern have cost her nearly everything—her badge, her freedom, her friends and family . . . maybe even her humanity.

And as she hides out in the deepest backwoods of Pennsylvania, pursued by the cops who were once her colleagues, Laura certainly looks beaten. But as Laura sees it, what little is left of her soul is perfectly adapted to the job of ridding the world of its last vampire. And thanks to the terrible clarity she's found, Laura's come up with a plan—one that will finish Malvern once and for all.

But the ever-wily Malvern has a few last aces left to play and is quietly dealing a hand that will involve a terrible fate for the few friends Laura's got left. When the two adversaries meet for the last time in their most epic battle, the vampires will force Laura to pay a price far beyond anything she's sacrificed before.

About David Wellington

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David Wellington was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where George Romero's classic zombie films were shot. He attended Syracuse University and Penn State and is currently working towards a degree in Library Science at the Pratt Institute. He is the author of the "Monster Island" trilogy, his online serialized zombie novels. He is also the author of "Thirteen Bullets," a serialized vampire novel (www.thirteenbullets.com). He lives in New York City.
Published April 24, 2012 by Broadway Books. 354 pages
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Fang-tastic Fiction

Reviewed by Patricia Matthews on Apr 20 2012

32 Fangs is a terrific finale for a fine series as we empathize with Clara, Simon, and, especially, Laura—all damaged irrevocably, albeit in different ways, by their associations with Malvern.

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Thomas LeBeau

Reviewed by Tom LeBeau on Jul 06 2012

Wellington had already built up an impressive cast of characters during the previous novels, and he amazingly manages to add more in without the plot feeling strained.

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The Groovy Age of Horror

Reviewed by Curt Purcell on Jun 04 2012

At a time when paranormal romance was making vampires sexier and sparklier than ever before, Wellington took them as far as he could in the other direction, restoring and exaggerating what's monstrous and horrifying about them.

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C.V. Hunt

Reviewed by C.V. Hunt on May 21 2012

I like David Wellington’s writing style, and his dedication to keeping monsters scary.

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