Father : The Vampire Diner

  • by Vikki Lawrence
  • Narrated by Al Kessel
  • Series: The Vampire Diner
  • 0 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Driven by a need for human blood and a love for modern technology, Jovan and Ivana opened a diner. Humans enjoy made-to-order fast foods in a funky atmosphere with free wi-fi and complimentary drink refills, with techno music lightly drifting from the jukebox. And after Jovan clinically draws blood from the healthiest of the humans, the vampires drift in for their feast. Who will they choose next? The solitary man gnawing on a turkey burger, or the arguing father and son?

More

See More Like This

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

An Interesting read!

What made the experience of listening to Father the most enjoyable?

I loved hearing my books. The narrator made the story more interesting!


What other book might you compare Father to and why?

I don't have a story to compare. I don't like to compare because if someone doesn't like my comparison, they tend to ignore the current book. Books shouldn't be judged by other books!


Which scene was your favorite?

When father & Son were arguing and son says he wasn't using drugs, but getting them for someone else. It was a good feeling hearing that.


Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I found it to be very interesting. So many things in the book I never gave a thought to in Vampire stories before, such as I never knew they had to worry about drugs or people with diseases. Lots of food for thought per say.


Any additional comments?

Very interesting plot! A nice novella & I look forward to the next segment! The narrator did a really good job reading this story. Spoke nice & clear & loved all the different voices too!

Read full review

- Terri

Interesting story read by a great reader

Would you listen to Father again? Why?

Yes. There are details that I think would become new with each listen.


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

Yes. Al has an amazing voice that transitions nicely between characters. His voices helped to add to the ominous tone of the story.


Read full review

- Jilli

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-25-2014
  • Publisher: Rosemary Ridge Books