Vampire literature is something to rejoice. Not just the vampire fans, it entices almost anyone. Experience the thrills by reading the 5 best books on Vampires.
Vampire movies and books have always enjoyed cult following. The horror fans, romantics and geeks feel the genre. The genre is built on folklore myths and collective imagination of writers, directors, graphic artists, etc… Historically, books have such connect with vampire fans. Books have been the vampire resource since late 18th century. Here we present the best books on vampires across categories.
Dracula – Bram Stoker (Classic)
It basically kicked off the fictional character, i.e. vampire. If you haven’t read Dracula yet, now is a good time. This was the first of classics that was released in the 18th century. If you are a vampire fan, you can’t afford to not read it.
Salem’s Lot – Stephen King (Modern Classic)
Salem’s Lot was more of a modern classic, which scared the pants off 80’s kids. It was the first vampire story from Stephen King. In his time, he was like the king of horror stories. It’s an in-depth story, with plenty of backstory on the town.
Dark Lover – Jr. Ward (Romance)
This one is for the romantics. If you like sexy time vampires, this one is for you. Jr. Ward is one of the pivotal authors in adult paranormal romance. The book is part of the black dagger brotherhood series. The series is actually many books long.
Nightlight – Harvard Lampoon (Comedy)
This is purely a comedy recommendation in our list of best books on Vampires. It’s one of those parody type books. It is very short and a fun read. If you feel over saturated with all the twilight flicks, this one will lighten it up for you. You will more likely laugh throughout the whole thing.
The Passage – Justin Cronin (Horror)
This is true horror, leaving you no place to hide. These are some creepy, long stories. It’s a surprise why this book was not turned into a TV show or movie flick. This is a dense book, well suited for readers with patience and love for vampires.