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32 Fangs: A Final Vampire Tale by David Wellington
Oh, boy. Oh, boy. Just finished reading it. Damn. Not as action-packed as the previous books and the ending was a bit too neat (I have a thing against happily ever afters when it comes to horror novels), but it was still a good ride through David Wellington’s crazy mind. The best bits, though, were from Justinia Malvern’s viewpoint and the tantalizing glimpses of her long undead history. She is one of the best villains ever!

32 Fangs: A Final Vampire Tale by David Wellington

Oh, boy. Oh, boy. Just finished reading it. Damn. Not as action-packed as the previous books and the ending was a bit too neat (I have a thing against happily ever afters when it comes to horror novels), but it was still a good ride through David Wellington’s crazy mind. The best bits, though, were from Justinia Malvern’s viewpoint and the tantalizing glimpses of her long undead history. She is one of the best villains ever!

Frostbite (Werewolf) series by David Wellington

Werewolves are the un-favorite kids in the world of horror fiction. They just don’t get the love they deserve. But David Wellington has made them seriously badass awesome in these novels. Plus, they have a great origin story that involves a curse thousands of years old, shamans, and mythical beings.

Laura Caxton series by David Wellington

These novels feature one of the most fearsome types of vampires to ever exist in literature. There’s nothing attractive or sexy about them at all. They are complete monsters who continue to rot away as they age, which only makes them more dangerous and bloodthirsty. Read the books if you want to scrub your brain clean of any knowledge about sparkly vampires.

Monster Island series by David Wellington

You know what’s scarier than rotting flesh-eating zombies? Rotting flesh-eating zombies—with superpowers! David Wellington puts his own spin on the zombie apocalypse in this series and he does a great job of upping the fear and tension you normally find in this type of story.