Vampireology by Nick Holt


Written by Nick Holt
Part of the Ology Series

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Tapping into the current zeitgeist of all things vampire the subject is tackled with originality and flair. It's a terrific book that will be pored over by younger children in the family who are too young to read the plethora of teen vampire fiction. In it you can get stuck in to the origins, the nature and the stories surrounding vampires. In typical Ology fashion, this special facsimile edition is full of fold-out notes, letters, booklets, photos and even some strands of vampire hair. Hours and hours of entertainment will be found on the pages of this terrific book.

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The publisher would like it known that there is little evidence to support the sensational stories of blood drinkers enscribed within these pages. However, due to the recent surge in interest in vampires and their relationship with humans, it was felt that this work might be of some merit in providing an alternative view of their origins and nature. We have, therefore, released this special facsimile edition of the book for believers, sceptics and soothsayers alike.


Vampireology by Nick Holt

"This is the book of those who fell from grace - the blood drinkers, or 'vampires', who have lived among us since the earliest days. This is not folklore or fantasy; this is the nightmare to which humankind must wake - the true history of the fallen ones !"

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30 pages


Nick Holt
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Templar Publishing

Publication date

1st April 2010




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