Sanguine Starscapes by Justin Bohardt

The perfect book for readers undecided between paranormal and space opera – Vampires in Space!  Justin Bohardt answers the question of how vampires would survive, and feed, in a future world in which man had departed for the stars.

While novella length, Sanguine Starscapes is actually a collection of short (dare I say it?) “bite”-sized stories, each describing a different possibility.  Bohardt’s creativity really shines with concepts like the Drake Formula and the idea of a “ship’s therasan, a brilliant and expensive combination of psychologist and escort.”

Half the tales are wickedly creative, the other half are just plain wicked. “Starvation” is particularly cringe-inducing.  A worthy read for any aficionado of vampire lit!

Ignoring a smattering of typos, this is great!


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