Tim O’Rourke’s Vampire Shift (Keira Hudson, series one, book one) has just seen it’s release of a Vampire Shift – The Graphic Novel, illustrated by Craig Twyman! Here is the reblog of my review for the original novel, with my review for the Graphic Novel to be posted shortly! Enjoy! Caroline 🙂
Vampire Shift is a fascinating read. Set in a small, remote town in England with the main buildings being an inn, a police station and a church. It is surrounded by fields, cliffs and the sea. For some reason when visualising the fields and the inn I imagined the setting to be similar of that in ‘An American Werewolf in London’. The only difference being is that this novel is about vampires.
Keira was an interesting character from the beginning, having become a police officer so young and with high ambitions. When she decided to take on the murder cases and those of missing people in the Ragged Cove one of the first places for her to visit was, of course, the police station. With a very limited workforce and the sergeant sitting smoking a pipe and wearing slippers in this remote town, I couldn’t help but imagine ‘Heartbeat’ and…
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