Bloodsuckers: The Vampire Archives, Volume 1
Bloodsuckers is not just a collection of stories that would keep you listening to the boring stories found online about the vampires and all the worn out ideas, rather it is a real collection of the stories that entails the deadliest and most inspiring stories about the world deadliest bloodsucking creatures and vampires that would wrench your minds and pound your heart so badly that you would not let yourself escape while listening to these stories compiled for horror seekers.
The stories are written by the authors named as Otto Penzler, Neil Gaiman, Stephen King, Tanith Lee, Dan Simmons, and Bram Stoker. Though Otto Penzler is the editor and the Gaiman has the preface done for the book, you can find many jaw-dropping stories and events written by the world most top horror writers that include the stories from the Stephen King who pioneers in creating horror, mystery, and fiction that are unforgettable.
In addition to the stories, the words and the events as well as the characters created by the famous writers in their mysterious stories, you may also find the voices given by Allyson Ryan, Scott Brick, Mark Deakens, Susan Duerden, Simon Vance, Marc Cashman, Stephen Hoye and Fred Sanders.
All these narrators assure that you will be able to feel all the events as if you are a part of it. The beautiful narration makes you feel even more empathized with the characters so that you get the most touching moments as you are listening to the stories.
You can find yourself stunted and frozen as you go through the stories including Unexpected guests, The macabre dens of the immortal, Shadowy figures, and Ancient mysteries. If you feel like having more zest, more hunger and more thirst for more pain, more blood, you can listen to the stories more like these in this collection in The Vampire Archives.
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