Thank you for the great review, Jason Thayer!
I met another writer online named Daven Anderson. Thanks to our friendship via Facebook, he sent me an autographed copy of his book, Vampire Syndrome .
Daven is a supporter of people for people with special needs, such as those with autism or defects like Down Syndrome. In fact, the main character in this book has Down Syndrome.
His hero is Jack, a track runner for Special Olympics in Colorado. He is bitten by a rabid vampire, causing him to become one himself. This marks him as a target by a Chief Venator named Damien (think of them as “vampire hunters”). Jack also has an ally in Lilith, the president of the vampires.
I found this book to be well-paced. I liked the fact that Jack is often underestimated and uses this to his advantage. With Lilith’s help, he quickly learns to adjust to his newfound abilities. In Daven’s world…
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