Vampire: The Complete Guide to the World of the Undead

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Penguin Studio, 1994 - Fiction - 224 pages
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This encyclopedic and exquisitely eerie guide tells readers everything they need to know about the black angels that stalk the earth. As elegant and menacing as the creatures it describes, Vampire examines the hidden practices, spells, and horrors of these fiends and provides the reader with the facts necessary to foil these ghouls of the night: how to identify, elude, avoid, and kill. It also looks at the antidotes-the crucifix, wooden stake, and garlic-and reveals which work and which do not. Vampire is an entertaining and erudite collection of myth, folklore, literature, and popular culture.

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User Review  - Bcushman - LibraryThing

Everything you want to know about REAL vampires. Not sparkling posers. Filled with fascinating lore and legend about vampires and their origins anyone who is a fan of the supernatural should sink their fangs into this. Read full review

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User Review  - 9days - LibraryThing

This book isn't inspired, or original. And that's alright. Those thick, glossy pages with all the pictures and artwork make great collaging material. Honestly, it isn't good for much else. Tries to ... Read full review



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She is the author of the bestselling Buddha in a Box & Ganesh-Remover of Obstacles. She lives in northern California.

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