Cthulhu Comes To The Vampire Kingdom

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Franz and Lola are vampires in love. They live in a cottage near the sea with their little vampire baby.

Burn Girl is a lonely girl who walks along the bottom of the sea, constantly on fire. The water doesn't put her fire out or soothe her burns. It only makes her feel like she's wearing an itchy wool sweater.

Bruno is the buffest vampire. He is building Muscle Island, a floating fortress comprised of mussels....

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Overview

Franz and Lola are vampires in love. They live in a cottage near the sea with their little vampire baby.

Burn Girl is a lonely girl who walks along the bottom of the sea, constantly on fire. The water doesn't put her fire out or soothe her burns. It only makes her feel like she's wearing an itchy wool sweater.

Bruno is the buffest vampire. He is building Muscle Island, a floating fortress comprised of mussels.

The Vampire Science Council has been working for centuries to prevent the depletion of their arctic planet's blood supply, but the blood has finally run out.

Cyrus Lugosi's friends want to slaughter him as part of a ritual sacrifice that will raise Cthulhu from his tomb at the bottom of the sea. There are just two problems: The closest thing to the Necronomicon they've got is a unicorn coloring book, and Cthulhu is more interested in his quest for the perfect hamburger.

Their fates will converge when Cthulhu Comes to the Vampire Kingdom.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781936383955
  • Publisher: Eraserhead Press
  • Publication date: 10/4/2011
  • Pages: 188
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.43 (d)

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  • Posted March 7, 2012

    A really great book from a promising author

    My first Cthulhu book and my first Cameron Pierce book, and they happened to coincide, what are the odds?
    So much happens in this book, its amazing how much is packed in here.
    There is no blood at all, and the Vampires are starving. For different reasons, multiple groups get the bright idea to summon Cthulhu (whose story is far to funny and unique to attempt explanation).
    Burn Girl hates Cthulhu for destroying her favorite lonely diner, and so she follows him.
    Franz and Lola are a vampire couple whose loss of a child fuels their desire to fix the world they love so much.
    And the story just gets weirder and more awesome from there. All these different character stories weave in and out of one another wonderfully.
    This was the first Cameron Pierce, not the last.

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