At Death’s Door

| May 24, 2017

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Vampires. They come out to the public, claiming that they can’t keep up with technology any longer. Unable to stay hidden, they chose to take matters into their own hands. Upon coming out, they agree to forty interviews between vampires and carefully selected interviewees.

Helen goes in expecting some fluffy, guilt-laden story filled with woe-is-me moments and a conflicted conscience about eating mortals. She expected some well-researched history with bad acting because she wasn’t expecting an actual vampire.

Within moments of meeting Quintillus, her illusions are shattered. He’s not conflicted, and his story is riddled with holes. But he takes her on a night-long adventure that is more than she bargained for.

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