Vampires and Werewolves

(2 customer reviews)


With a little love and a lot of action and characters you’ve grown to know and love, the third book of the Tugurlan Chronicles Vampires and Werewolves will keep you so entertained you won’t want to stop listening!

Did you know that there are vampires and, then, there are their distant relatives vympires?

Vampires are rooted in Dracula, while vympires come from a planet far away. They both have fangs, and they both drink blood. 

Are they equal in temperament, powers, and habits?

The slayers soon find out when Dan takes up with a sexy vympire when they return to New York and continue their battle against Dracula’s vampire offspring.

2 reviews for Vampires and Werewolves

  1. Jennifer Hanlon

    Good Story. I liked the concepts presented, and the author does a terrific job of getting the reader caught up if they haven’t read the other books before this one.

  2. Jerry Harkey

    Turns out that Vampires began with Dracula, but Dracula started as a Vympire, a race of aliens from another planet. Well, our intrepid vampire slayers, Dan, Bruce and Shin now join up with Magdalena (original vympire) and her watcher (guess; an original werewolf from the same planet). There’s still plenty of action and peril, and not everyone makes it out “alive” but this 3rd book does require even more flexibility of belief. All that said, it is still a fun read/listen. The ending denotes another book, but I haven’t seen it, yet.

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