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A vampire, weary of his undead existence and haunted by his recent slaying of an innocent child, returns to his rural Virginia hometown planning to find some method of destroying himself. He unexpectedly discovers a daughter and granddaughter he never knew he had and learns--to his horror--that one of his own kind is now preying on his grandchild. Before he confronts the rival undead, the vampire manages to make his final peace with the wife he left behind and free them both from a love that has survived both the...
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Overview

A vampire, weary of his undead existence and haunted by his recent slaying of an innocent child, returns to his rural Virginia hometown planning to find some method of destroying himself. He unexpectedly discovers a daughter and granddaughter he never knew he had and learns--to his horror--that one of his own kind is now preying on his grandchild. Before he confronts the rival undead, the vampire manages to make his final peace with the wife he left behind and free them both from a love that has survived both the passage of time and the darkness of the grave.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781594263422
  • Publisher: Mundania Press LLC
  • Publication date: 10/31/2006
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 218 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2007

    Never judge a book by its Cover

    Never judge a book by its cover. The same goes here. I found this story to be a very good and quick read. The character development slowed the first part of the book, however it is absolutely necessary to understand the main character. Afterwards the story sucked me in. The day I finished this book I read the last 120 pages in one night. I couldn't put it down, I had to know what happened to Cullen next. The pacing was good, the emotion was on the mark, and the ending was bittersweet. All in all, an engrossing tale with a new look at vampires. I'm looking forward to Mr. Veselik's next book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 22, 2007

    From 'The Horror Fiction Review', Feb. 2007

    The following review will appear in THE HORROR FICTION REVIEW #16, due out February, 2007. This review by Nick Cato. Please give credit to The Horror Fiction Review if using any quotes from this review. WEEP NOT FOR THE VAMPIRE by William A. Veselik (2006 Mundania Press / 183 pp. / tp & e-book) It¿s been a while since I¿ve read a vampire novel, and I forgot how much fun they can be when done the right way. Cullen Roark returns home to the Virginia town where he was turned into a vampire now displeased with his dark existence, he seeks to commit suicide--until he discovers a daughter and a granddaughter he never knew he had--and that another, more vicious vampire is after his newfound family. This is author Veselik¿s debut novel, and as far as vampire stories go, I can¿t see any fan of the The Undead being disappointed. Our protagonist¿s ability to make others believe he¿s someone else gives the tale a nice little edge (especially when he uses this power to mess with the opposing vamp¿s buddy), and there¿s some very good, carefully placed humor that doesn¿t take away from the effective modern-Goth feel of the story. Veselik¿s love for vampires can be felt on each page of this brief novel, and it should come as no surprise that he¿s a life long fan of them. Weep Not for the Vampire is a fun, quick read that will sit well with those looking for an old-school monster mash. My only gripe is the tacky, computer-generated cover art (something Mundania Press seriously needs to reconsider in its future releases).

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