About a low-brow filmmaker, a horror movie hostess and a reporter trying to get the story. Also a Satanist. And corpses & dried up old actors. So so many entertaining items in one story.
A sister & brother duo who are out for revenge against the Loch Ness monster because it brutally killed their mom & dad! Lots of fire power in the water. And cow corpses for bait.
Off shoot of the Twilight series. Basically a side story that Stephenie Meyer fleshed out about one of the young vampires that was turned to be part of Victoria’s army.
Girl finds out she was made to tend the dead. Boy (who loves her) finds out he is meant to be her support in her role. Trips to the underworld ensue.
Monsters: Devil, Death
Mind-bending book about a new drug, from David Wong, who writes for Cracked (one of my favorite websites). There is also a John Dies at the End in movie form. Make sure to check that one out as well.
Monster: Meat Monster & other various weird shit
Sequel to John Dies at the End. We’ve got another Armageddon on our hands & two hapless heroes to save us.
Monster: All sorts of fucked up shit.
Undead and Unwed, the one that started it all. It is the funniest & most absurd series based around all sorts of unnatural beings. I highly recommend.]
This is the one where Betsy returns from time-traveling with her half sister (who is actual demon spawn) to find out events have changed. She has to cope with the changes & heads back to hell as well.
Monsters: Numerous – Vampire, Fiend, Antichrist, etc…
Betsey’s bestie commits suicide only to be found lurking in the attic after becoming a Zombie. Betsy is also dealing with a couple uninvited guests at the moment.
Monsters: Numerous – Vampire, Fiend, Antichrist, Actual Satan, Zombie, etc…
The Devil is dead, it’s Betsy’s fault & the Devil’s daughter is not happy about it. Attends Thanksgiving dinner anyway. Also Betsy’s best friend is having a super weird pregnancy.
Monsters: Numerous – Vampire, Fiend, Antichrist, Zombie, Baby, etc…
This is the one where Betsy meets Fred the mermaid. Hi-jinks ensue. Etc… Fred is one cranky mermaid.
Monsters: Numerous – Vampire, Fiend, Antichrist, Zombie, Mermaid, etc…
A mash-up novel that stars Abraham Lincoln as a vampire hunter. I think that’s all that needs to be said. Watch the movie version of Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter here.
Monsters: Vampire, one bad-ass President
Christopher Moore’s works are a world onto themselves. This one is a third about the vampires. He kicked it off in Bloodsucking Fiends, followed by You Suck. The main characters are Tommy and Jody who at the beginning of the series are turned into vampires & have to figure it out from there. As with all of Moore’s books, the characters are many & varied & pulled from all of his other books. I love that his universe is so intertwined and the hi jinks are never what you’d expect.
Monster: Vampires (but like hilarious ones)
Reginald ends up becoming a vampire before he can attain his perfect physique, poor kid. He has to fight his way through vampire life without the benefit of being an attractive one.
Monsters: Vampire, Body Shamers
A non-fiction read about the stories behind vampires. He tracks it down in some weird places too.
Monster: Vampire, specifically Dracula