They walk the streets at night, they smile with fanged teeth, and they will suck your blood to their satisfaction. You can meet these hunters of the night when you read some of these vampire stories. Join a support group for bloodsuckers, meet a goth girl who wants nothing more than to become a vampire, and revisit the legend of Dracula in these vampire books.
Pearl and her family are heartless vampires, ready and willing to suck human blood any night. But after Pearl is attacked (by a unicorn of all things!), she realizes that she is changed and can withstand sunlight. Her parents decide to use Pearl’s newfound gift as a means to get more human food for the Vampire King’s ceremony, so they enroll her in high school. But as Pearl meets and befriends her fellow classmates, she realizes that she is more changed than she ever imagined.
Being a vampire sucks, in both a literal and figurative sense. Though popular media portrays vampires as strong and sexy, Nina and her fellow reformed vampires are sickly and living off of small rodents. But when a member of their group is killed by a silver bullet, Nina decides to take the case to show that vampires can be useful.
As a goth girl obsessed with vampires, Raven doesn’t really fit in with her small town. But that may change when a strange young man moves into the haunted house on Benson Hill. Everything about Alexander Stirling makes Raven think he is a vampire. Could it be true? And could Alexander give Raven a vampire kiss?
Go back to one of the origins of the vampire legend with Bram Stoker’s Dracula. It all begins when Jonathan Harker visits Transylvania and learns that his client, Count Dracula, isn’t exactly human. Soon after, a ship arrives in England with its crew missing, and then young Lucy Westenra begins to waste away. Professor Abraham van Helsing knows the cause of these mysteries. It is the vampire, Count Dracula, and he must be destroyed.
Do you know any more great books with vampires? If so, then share them in the comments below. Also keep an eye out for my post tomorrow where I will recommend some great books with monsters.