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Crunch by More Et Al

In a not too distant future humanity has suffered an epidemic known to most only as Rapture. No corner of the world is safe from this plague and mankind seems primed for extinction. In the wake of this viral chaos, mega corporations spy opportunity and make a grab for power that sees them rise as monarchs of the new age. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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Peter and the Vampires by Darren Pillsbury

Peter Normal leaves California and moves into his grandfather’s house with his mother and sister. Upon arriving he discovers that his grandfather’s house looks like something out of a horror movie, that his grandfather forbids him to go into the garden, and that the neighbor boy is a bit off the wall. He also discovers that the undead thing . . .

A complete series.
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Blood Moon by Belial Leveler

Chronicles of a Modern Vampire

What happens when the creatures of the night and modern technology meet? Is it true that vampires are masters of seduction and manipulation? Are old legends of creatures such as werewolves, fae, mages and demons true? Follow the adventures of Erika, master vampire and walking social disaster, as she finds her place in a world of darkest night. . . .

An abandoned series.
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Children and Monsters

By Jim Zoetewey, editor, author of The Legion of Nothing

Jan 13, 2009: My original review of Peter and the Vampires appeared when the story was only two weeks old. It has since grown to include several different stories, one of which actually includes vampires.

The basic idea is this: Peter, his mother, and his sister move into his grandfather’s house in the town of Duskerville. There Peter and his friend Dill encounter various flavors of the supernatural ranging from vampires to the fae.

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Where were stories this good when I was a kid?!

By Aurelio, member

Jul 2, 2009: Okay so I’m probably a bit old to be as infatuated with this story as I am, but I just can’t help it. Sure there’s a certain amount of suspension of disbelief required for adults, but it’s exactly the sort of thing I would have loved as a kid. A 10 year old playing detective for the supernatural and saving friends and family as he muddles his way through each exciting episode? That sounds just about right to me. Having a goofy sidekick who inevitably comes in handy, even when [more . . .]

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