Vampire Revealed

Vampire Revealed

Vampire Revealed Jack King is a handsome crafty vampire who tries to maintain his identity in a time when the daily erosion of privacy is the norm He has managed to survive a changing world for decades and now must f

  • Title: Vampire Revealed
  • Author: P.J. Day
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Jack King is a handsome, crafty vampire who tries to maintain his identity in a time when the daily erosion of privacy is the norm He has managed to survive a changing world for decades and now must face an age of rapid globalization, fleeting romance, and social networks.And just when his personal life takes an unexpected and pleasant turn, King learns his bloodline is wJack King is a handsome, crafty vampire who tries to maintain his identity in a time when the daily erosion of privacy is the norm He has managed to survive a changing world for decades and now must face an age of rapid globalization, fleeting romance, and social networks.And just when his personal life takes an unexpected and pleasant turn, King learns his bloodline is worth a King s ransom In a world where free markets and exploitation reign, one vampire is about to discover how mankind perceives his kind as a monster, a commodity, or as a being deserving of tolerance Part One Description Jack King has lived over a hundred years on earth as a vampire and is finally comfortable enough to reveal his life and musings to the world through a confidant In between revealing his thoughts, Jack goes on a date with a girl who he really is trying to impress The date takes an unexpected turn, and Jack struggles to keep his identity secret while trying to build enough trust with the new girl Jack gives his thoughts on love, technology, as well as vampires and photography.

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    I have purchased and read the four books in this series. I recommend that you start with book one and go in order. When you finish book one, I am certain you will be buying book two immediately. I should have ordered the entire box set. Hint Hint :) P.J. Day creates a new and exciting spin on the life of a vampire in our modern society. I am somewhat of a history buff and interested in politics and socioeconomic status and this series made me think. It was a page turner. I kept believing I had t [...]

    The author reveals just enough of his vampire hero, Jack, to whet our appetite. In this first novella, we meet 140 year old Jack who can speak from experience how society has dramatically changed over the past century. From a vampire's perspective, the comparison of what it's like to live in today's technical world as opposed to 100'ish years ago is enlightening to say the least. The author delivers Jack's insights in a very amusing way. The social commentary is hilarious! The novel had me laugh [...]

    This was a good start to a series I know I will enjoy reading. This first book definitely sets the scene to what is to come in the future "episodes". What happens when you are a vampire just trying to fit in with the rest of the world? You do everything you can so you can become "just like everyone else". With a job he can do from home Jack has it all, social networking at his fingertips, a co-worker Ted who knows all about him, and a new girl interest named Holly. In this first episode we get a [...]

    Didn't realise I hadn't left a review. By the time I'd decided to stop reading book 1, I discovered there was only three pages left so I finished them. Seven chapters, so little interaction with other characters (only three in those seven chapters). The rest was the wafflings of the main character. It became tiresome because there as no breaking of it with interactions with other characters. Even Bella's wafflings in the Twilight series was bearable because of the constant interaction with those [...]

    I was really looking forward to reading "King's Blood, Part 1" but found myself very disappointed. 30% of the book is the internal musings of a vampire, Jack recounting all of the changes he has seen over his 150 years. It was not interesting and I kept waiting for the real story to begin. Then, when we begin seeing Jack interact with Holly I had hope that there would be some action and a great plot. It just never materialized and really there was not much there that let me know he was truly a v [...]

    Very Short. First part of a 4 book series. I was enticed when it called itself a "serial novel" which is all I ever look for. Right now it's looking like a collection of short stories. This "novel" didn't even have enough meat to scrape out a complete story within a story. The whole series is only $5 on Kindle, so I guess I shouldn't expect any of the books to be very long. King seems interesting. And the imgur is totally real - and almost made me laugh out loud when I pulled it up.

    I really enjoyed reading this book. I liked the interaction with Jack and Holly. I always enjoy a male's point of view on women and dating. PJ did a great job of putting a twist on the vampire story in this one. Great idea of a vampire playing human in a human world. I read the entire series in 3 days, one of those books you just can't put down.

    I throughly enjoyed this book!! I love Jack! We get to go on his first date with Holly which is nothing like he planned. The characters are well written and I loved their interactions. I have already purchased books two and three and can't wait to dive in! The series is fun and it moves along. GREAT JOB PJ!!

    Come on, let the book begin already!! Just finished it, the end came upon me out of nowhere and to tell you the truth I'm relieved for a short book it was drawn out and dreadfully tedious and dull.wondering if there's a storyline at all

    P.J. Day has given me a new Vampire to swoon over. With a lead character who is charasmatic and swoon worthy,it should be enough on its own. But Kings Blood gives you an engrossing plot line that will leave you begging for more. I can't wait to read book 2.

    Needed more action and less internal musing. Felt this was more like reading someone's diary and to much time was spent on the internal world of the lead. not sure how I felt about the auction other than brilliant unexpected twist at the end. exploitation turns my stomach.

    Never finished this bookIt couldn't keep my interest at all and after only reading 7% of book, I just couldn't take it anymore and gave upDefinitely would not recommend.

    This is an amusing "new" look at the life of a modern vampire's life. It's relatively short and I'm looking forward to reading the other three installments.

    slow startThis book was ok, but if I had started with one I wouldn't have read the other two. And that would be a shame. The series does get better.

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