Undeath and Taxes : Fred, the Vampire Accountant

  • by Drew Hayes
  • Narrated by Kirby Heyborne
  • Series: Fred, the Vampire Accountant
  • 9 hrs and 19 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

After discovering just how filled with magic, intrigue, and adventure the parahuman world of being an undead American can be, Fredrick Frankford Fletcher did exactly what was expected - he became a certified parahuman accountant. Myths and legends, as it turns out, are not so great at taking appropriate deductions and keeping their receipts, and Fred is more than happy to return to a life others view as woefully dull, expanding his accounting business to cater to various monsters and their respective financial needs. Said monsters are, unfortunately, still spectacular at pulling Fred into trouble, though. And despite merely wanting to stick with simple paperwork, Fred once again finds that he is going to have to deal with enchanted weaponry, government agents, possessed houses, and one enigmatic dragon's interest. In the parahuman world, any business can turn deadly, even one as mundane as accounting.

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Enjoyable Entertainment

I found that this installment of the series was, while just as light and entertaining as the first book, much better written. We didn't have the constant repetition of facts that were just divulged a chapter previous. The stories flowed better, turning into episodic archs that could stand on their own or be read as a whole. Really well done.

The characters are likable and genuine. The narration is well done. The ending left me wanting more. I enjoy this series a great deal and am looking forward to the next book, if there is one.

High marks and worth a credit.
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- Charles

Fearless Fred strikes again

Have you listened to any of Kirby Heyborne’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Kirby Heyborne has the perfect voice to be Fred, it's completely how I would imagine it in real life, and


Any additional comments?

I thought this was a lighthearted easy listen. You get to enjoy a new perspective on being a vampire that is less scandalized then the usual way they are portrayed. The only problem that I really had with this story, was that each story started by reiterating the same information (i.e. how he's now a vampire, and an accountant). This allows each story to stand alone, but is slightly less appealing when listening to them all consecutively.

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- Claudia H

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-06-2015
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio