The History of Vampires and Other Real Blood Drinkersby Sylvia Branzei, Jack Keely (Illustrator)
Our new series opens with a book about vampires and blood drinkers throughout history. Separating fact from fiction, from Bram Stoker?s Dracula to real cultures all over the world, this easy-to-read book will horrify and delight readers for hours!
Meet the Author
Sylvia Branzei lives in Point Roberts, Washington.
Jack Keely lives in Point Roberts, Washington.
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Let me start off by saying it is very graphic in parts, for a young person this is just ridiculous. Here is a small part of the book, see if you find it appropriate: The scythains rode horses over eastern Europe and central Asia from 7th century bce to 1st century. here is a recipe for blood brotherhood.(but don't try this at home)Gather a sharp knife, a cup, some wine, an arm, and a friend. use the sharp knife to cut into your arm. let your blood drip into the cup. Repeat for future blood brother. Add a bit of wine to the glass. stir the blood and wine mixture well. drink, share and enjoy I was amazed to see we carried this book at my store, Obviously no one has read it because I am convinced they would not respond well.