Bloodsucking Fiends

A Love Story

Moore, Christopher

Book - 2008
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
Bloodsucking Fiends
A budding young writer falls in love with a vampire. He is Tommy of Indiana who moved to San Francisco in search of inspiration and is working in a supermarket. Shopping there is Jody, a secretary still trying to adjust to her new vampire status, after being bitten by one on her way home.

Publisher: New York :, Simon & Schuster Paperbacks,, 2008, ©1995
Edition: First Simon & Schuster trade paperback edition
ISBN: 1416558497
Branch Call Number: FICTION Moo
Characteristics: 290 pages ; 22 cm


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Apr 17, 2013

To make much sense and really be any fun, this vampire trilogy HAS to be read in order: (1) Bloodsucking Fiends (2) You Suck (3) Bite Me; with A Dirty Job as an interval between (2) & (3).

Jun 19, 2012
  • loudem rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

Funny book on a known theme. Enjoyable read. Sympathetic characters. All in all an original book from a new author (for me). Many more to follow.

May 18, 2012
  • pinky0203 rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

A different kind of vampire book, it had me laughing out loud at some of the descriptions of scenes. Doesn't take itself seriously in the least! I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys comedy with life changing events.

Mar 09, 2012
  • emerge rated this: 3 stars out of 5.

I can see why he has been compared with Hiaasen but I found this book just mildly amusing. The Emperor is far & away the most entertaining character so I hope he's in all the books. An original take on the vampire theme.

May 07, 2011
  • FangFiction rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

First in Moore's Vampire Trilogy, followed by "You Suck" and "Bite Me." This book begins the story of Jody Stroud who gets turned into a vampire and left under a dumpster. Jody's life with her minion, the hapless Tommy Flood (new in town from Incontinence, Indiana), is hilariously filled with quirky characters, witty dialogue, and plenty of supernatural adventures.
Funniest parts: Tommy's adventures with the Wongs; Tommy's reminisces about his home life back in Indiana; the Animals' recreational activities (e.g., turkey bowling, soapsud-skiing behind the self-propelled floor-scrubber); Tommy's vampire research, especially his experiments on Jody to determine the limits of her vampiric traits; and the turtle's attack on Jody's pretentious mother.

Jan 11, 2010
  • bgschill rated this: 4.5 stars out of 5.

Hilarious. I kept bugging my husband with passages I just had to share.


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