The Traveling Vampire Show - Richard Laymon Reviews
Description:ISBN 0843948507 / Author: Richard Laymon / Genre: Horror
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by - written on 03/02/10 (Very useful, 13 readings)
The Travelling Vampire Show is Laymon's third vampire-themed novel after The Stake and The Bite and, like with both these earlier attempts, the vampire angle kind of plays second fiddle to other pieces of the plot. Laymon seems to enjoy keeping the main attraction of his novels until the final few chapters and here, this is no exception. The Vampire Show in question only occurs right towards the end and is fairly short-lived when compared to the rest of the novel! Best friends Dwight and Rusty along with tom-boy companion, Slim, are headed out looking for some summer break fun when they see advertisments for The Travelling Vampire Show pinned to a series of ... Read the complete review
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