Title: Self Defense Against Vampires
Author: J.A. Kahn
Take one stake. A clove of garlic. And this book. Then get ready for a vampire hunting adventure like no other…
Holding out for that handsome young vampire to whisk you off to some far away exotic graveyard in the dead of night? Or perhaps you live in dread of the undead. Whatever your persuasion, this is the book to cater for all your vampire needs.
If you are looking for the kind of exhilaration you can only get from kicking a vampire in the butt and then running like hell, or have the urge to plunge a stake through a vampire’s chest but just don’t know how, then you have come to the right place! From basic vampire anatomy and physiology, to the signs that should alert you to the presence of vampires in your vicinity. This book will teach you everything you need to know. Written by a professional vampire hunter with aeons of active vampire slaying experience, and winner of countless prestigious international monster-killing awards, you can be sure you will be able to defend yourself and your loved ones from ending up as vampire drink dispensers.
Here’s what the experts are saying about this book:
“Probably the single most important treatise on vampirism and the inherent threat it possesses written by any one author in over four centuries. Herr Kahn hits the nail on the head with his knowledgable approach to this most dangerous adversary.”
The Vampire Eradication League of Vienna.
“Practical, sincere and damned effective advice, I would hate to be a vampire knowing this book is out there! You can stake your life on it!”
Jonathan Harker Esq.
~I received a free copy of this book for my honest review~
Witty and humorous, Self Defense Against Vampires is definitely the most fascinating take on the vampire myth that I have yet to read. This fictional narrative is written as a self-help book for people in the event that they may need to battle a vampire. The writer tells the reader of various “myths” and things to look out for regarding the “truth” of the vampire myth in a very satirical manner. The author gives a very extensive history of everything and anything a vampire fan would need to/want to know on the subject. If you’re a fan of vampires, this is definitely the book for you though if you’re a Twihard, it may poke fun at you a little!