Dracula's Guest

Dracula's Guest

by Amaya Tenshi
Dracula's Guest

Dracula's Guest

by Amaya Tenshi


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Vlad Dragulya--Vampire Hunter

When Cammy, Seattle hipster, part-time barista and college student, survives an attack by a pack of vampires, she resolves to learn more about what is going on in the shadows of her city. What she discovers is that none other than Dracula himself is involved in vampire abatement efforts. She asks to join forces, and refuses to take "No! Absolutely not!" for an answer. So Cammy ends up moving in-minds out of the gutter about that, folks, this isn't that kind of story. The unlikely duo bring their disparate skill sets together in an effort to put down a mysterious horde of Hollywood-style vampires, and to find out where the bloodsuckers are coming from. A friendly werewolf-for-hire tags along to help out as little as possible.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798985529845
Publisher: Penmore Press LLC
Publication date: 01/03/2022
Pages: 388
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.86(d)

About the Author

Amaya grew up on mythology: Greek, Egyptian, Norse, and of course fairytales from Europe and Japan. She has spent years amassing a nifty little collection of fairytales and legends from as many different cultures around the world as she could find: China, Vietnam, India, Africa, and more. Like most such eccentrics with interest in subjects like history, philosophy, and humanity itself, she earned two BAs which have been entirely useless since graduating college.Today, Amaya is an amateur enthusiast of history, folklore, theology, and other subjects that don't get you a job once you leave college and thinks she's found the perfect application for such eccentricity. When not reading rare history books or trying to decipher a rare tome in yet another language she doesn't speak, she spends time training her two cats to do tricks or taking them for a walk. In her extra spare time, she works on art for an indie comic book.
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