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A People's History of the Vampire Uprising
- By: Raymond A. Villareal
- Narrated by: Andrew Kishino, Christine Lakin, Jeff Bottoms, and others
- Length: 13 hrs and 27 mins
The body of a young woman found in an Arizona border town walks out of the morgue. To the CDC investigator called in to consult the local police, it's a bizarre medical mystery. More bodies, dead of a mysterious disease that solidifies their blood, begin disappearing from morgues nearby. In a futile game of catch-up, the CDC, the FBI and the US government realise that it's already too late to stop it: the vampire epidemic will sweep first the United States and then the world.
Neat idea poor execution
- By Heli Lahteela-Tabone on 03-12-2018
Great story, only minor issues.
A really well written story, I really enjoyed the different points of view employed. The only (very specific and minor issue I had was some of the science stuff was not spot on and jerked me out of the story a bit, but this would only be relevant if you were a scientist who specialises in Haematology, which is what I am, but even then, was pretty close. I will say, however the Australian accents in the performance were appalling, to the point where I had to relisten to some parts to understand what was said - which is particularly bad since I myself am Australian. Overall, it was a really well written story, and I have and will recommend it to others.
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