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There are reasons we fear the night. He still isn't one of them. Bill Ryder, the trash-talking undead geek from Bill the Vampire, is back and about to find himself in a whole new world of side-splitting insanity.
One of the most powerful vampires on the planet has given Bill a death sentence. Meanwhile, an immortal princess wants him for an entirely different purpose, one which makes his first issue seem almost preferable. All the while, new and powerful forces have begun to emerge from the shadows around him. Are they friend or foe? Knowing his luck, do you even have to ask?
Bill's only hope is to marshal his friends, master his powers, and somehow prove that he's the scariest dead thing of them all.
©2011 Rick Gualtieri (P)2013 Rick Gualtieri
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By Paul on 09-06-15

Good continuation, strong characters

So this book continues right off where the last one ended. It feels like it was written at the same time and doesn't suffer from the sophomore slump. My only criticism is that the character Bill is quite the chauvinist. There's a lot of objectifying and "bro-ing" in the book. I'm a guy and it stood out to me. It's a lot like the bravado of guys who frequent strip clubs but haven't ever spoken to women. I like the story, and the characters, but sometimes I winced at text.

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By Paul on 04-27-15

Narrator is no true geek.

I m enjoying the story, but i wince whenever the narrator misreads or mispronounces standard nerd knowledge. .. It happens repeatedly throughout the reading.

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By KES Halstead on 06-27-15

How can anyone not know how to pronounce "voilà"!?

The sorry is ok, quite entertaining/distracting. The audio artist has some gaps in his English language skills, the main irritating and repeated one is him saying"violia" instead of "voilà"

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By MrWindy on 04-20-15

voice changes

loved the book but he audio was hut and miss it seemed as though the voice actor was being changed during it all. I think it was just the way it was recorded though

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By Patricia on 07-31-15

Not as good as the first

But still pretty funny. The narrator is really good and keeps the flow of the story moving.

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