[BOOKS] ✮ Fat White Vampire Blues (Fat White Vampire, #1) ✸ Andrew Fox – Lucywhitedrycleaners.co.uk

Fat White Vampire Blues (Fat White Vampire, #1) Jules Duchon Was A Real New Orleans Vampire Born And Bred In The Working Class Ninth Ward, Bitten And Smitten With The Big Easy Driving Through The French Quarter, Stuck In A Row Of Bumper To Bumper Cars That Crept Along Decatur Street Like A Caravan Of Bone Weary Camels, Jules Duchon Barely Fit Behind The Steering Wheel Of His Very Big Cadillac Taxicab Even With The Seat Pushed All The Way Back.Damn, He Was Hungry.Jules Stopped His Cab, Pressed The Wobbly Rocker Switch That Jerked The Electric Windows Reluctantly To Life, And Stuck His Head Into The Humid Night Air Hey, Baby You Interested In Some Dinnerfrom Fat White Vampire Blues Vampire, Nosferatu, Creature Of The Night Whatever You Call Him Jules Duchon Has Lived So To Speak In New Orleans Far Longer Than There Have Been Drunk Coeds On Bourbon Street Weighing In At A Whopping Four Hundred And Fifty Pounds, Swelled Up On The Sweet, Rich Blood Of People Who Consume The Fattiest Diet In The World, Jules Is Thankful He Can T See His Reflection In A Mirror When He Turns Into A Bat, He Can T Get His Big Ol Butt Off The Ground What S Worse, After Than A Century Of Being Undead, He S Watched His Neighborhood Truly Go To Hell And Now, A New Vampire Is Looking To Drive Him Out Altogether See, Jules Had Always Been An Equal Opportunity Kind Of Vampire And While He Would Admit That The Blood Of A Black Woman Is Sweeter Than The Blood Of A White Man, Jules Never Drank Than His Fair Share Of Either Enter Malice X Young, Cocky, And Black, Malice Warns Jules That His Days Of Feasting On Sisters And Brothers Are Over He Tells Jules He D Better Confine Himself To White Victims Or Else Face The Consequences And Then, Just To Prove He Isn T Kidding, Malice Burns Jules S House To The Ground With The Help Of Maureen, The Morbidly Obese, Stripper Vampire Who Made Him, And Doodlebug, An Undead Cross Dresser Who Literally Flies In From The Coast Jules Must Find A Way To Contend With The Hurdles That Life Throws At Him Without Getting A Stake Through The Heart It S Enough To Give A Man The Blues. Writing a vampire novel is something of an iffy prospect in today s book market On the one hand, vampire novels are perennially popular, never seeming to go out of style But on the other hand, vampire novels have been done to death no pun intended , and, quite frankly, if you can t bring something new to the party, then you shouldn t bother showing up So I look upon the publication of a new vampire book with a mixture of hope and trepidation I want to like it, but I m wary I ve been burned Writing a vampire novel is something of an iffy prospect in today s book market On the one hand, vampire novels are perennially popular, never seeming to go out of style But on the other hand, vampire novels have been done to death no pun intended , and, quite frankly, if you can t bring something new to the party, then you shouldn t bother showing up So I look upon the publication of a new vampire book with a mixture of hope and trepidation I want to like it, but I m wary I ve been burned before Well, worry not, vampire fans, Fat White Vampire Blues passes the Something New test with flying colors.Andrew Fox has done the seemingly impossible paying homage to New Orleans and to John Kennedy Toole s near legendary A Confederacy of Dunces while simultaneously giving us a gentle satire of Anne Rice and Laurel K Hamilton Amazingly, the book doesn t collapse under all that weight It s funny, it s touching, and the char The title says it all not much horror, but consistently humorous, this is an excellent character study with a healthy dash of social commentary Highly recommended. Kinda racist.Kinda spoiler y reviewWhite vampire lives in New Orleans for years, new black vampire comes in and tells him not to feed on black vampires, because Black Power Oh no, turns out the black vampire has a thing for a fat white chick the fat whi When I went to the library, I told the librarian that I wanted a book about vampires, but that I wanted it to be as different from the god awful Twilight books as possible He recommended this.I can t say that the book is particularly thrilling The book drags in some places, and I didn t find the plot particularly satisfying What made up for that was the unconventional vampire story.Jules Duchon is a morbidly obese vampire living in New Orleans He prefers the blood of fat victims, which is When I went to the library, I told the librarian that I wanted a book about vampires, but that I wanted it to be as different from the god awful Twilight books as Jules Duchon is a vampire living in New Orleans Weighing in at 463 pounds, he is addicted to victims addicted to fried rich food Schlumping around the Big Easy like an undead Ignatius Riley, the biggest worry in Jules un life is whether or not he might have diabetes, that is, until Jules gets muscled by a sinister vampire gangster named Malice XHilarity ensues Kind of.The adventure starts and then we are introduced to a cast of zany one dimensional characters that show Jules, in their spe Jules Duchon is a vampire living in New Orleans Weighing in at 463 pounds, he is addicted to victims addicted to fried rich food Schlumping around the Big Easy like an undead Ignatius Riley, the biggest worry in Jules un life is whether or not he might have diabetes, that is, until Jules gets muscled by a sinister vampire gangster named Malice XHilarity ensues Kind of.The adventure starts and then we are introduced to a cast of zany one dimensional characters that show Jules, in their special one dimensional way, that he had it in him all alongThere are some genuinely good parts to this uneven book but I wasengaged by what I thought was the original proposition of the novel the quotidian existence of an obese, working class vampire in New Orleans changi There ae a lot of strange and interesting combinations in New Orleans In this book, humor and horror combine into a bizarre, funny, eclectic book The roux on which this jambalaya is based has a flavor reminiscent of John Kennedy Toole s A Confederacy of Dunces Add a little Anne Rice influence and street observation and something to stretch your imagination to allow a depressed, 450 pound vampire and a cast of increasingly funny and unlikely characters and you re gonna laisser les bons t There ae a lot of strange and interesting combinations in New Orleans In this book, humor and horror combine into a bizarre, funny, eclectic book The roux on which this jambalaya is based has a flavor reminiscent of John K As diverse as supernatural fiction has gotten, one thing is almost always universal Vampires are hot And cool And brainy and organized and natural leaders.With the exception of the occasional bad guy killed off in mere minutes or supporting character type, whether hero or villain, vampires are the equivalent of movie stars and politicians.Which may be why I liked Fat White Vampire Blues so much Jules is, at best, a schlub Living off rich New Orleans blood has made him obese and content, As diverse as supernatural fiction has gotten, one thing is almost always universal Vampires are hot And cool And brainy and organized and natural leaders.With the exception of the occasional bad g I just can t finish this Too many things that make me uncomfortable race issues, size issues, and the keeping of livestock for blood in the character s wording retards and imbeciles It really makes me wonder how to accept a book that has questionable material is it It gets 3 stars for some kind of originality but overall, I almost DNF d it I mean I really liked the whole idea of an obese vampire getting fatter and fatter, but some parts just felt like a mega filler material, I felt that if I won t skip those parts, the book is totally doomed Oh and a last thing it could be a much better graphic novel If it was, I probably would go for the next part, and also enjoy the read, as the slower un needed parts would have passed in about half a page, and the It gets 3 stars for some kind of originality but overall, I almost DNF d it I mean I really liked the whole idea of an obese vampire getting fatter and fatter, but some parts just felt like a mega filler material, I felt that if I won t skip those parts, the book is totally doomed Oh and a last thing it could be a much better graphic novel If it was, I probably would go for the next part, and also enjoy the re


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