Fangland by John Marks
Reviewed by Jessica Bennett
"In this extraordinary new thriller of a bloodsucker novel, John Marks has crafted a horror story that rivals its most noted forebear: Bram Stoker's Dracula. Taking a cue from Stoker, the book is a collection of journal entries, letters (well, e-mails — this is the 21st century, after all), and extensive notes which supposedly chronicled events as they happened. The trick still works; the intertwined first-person narratives lend the book a documentary feel that heightens tension as it increases the believability of a fantastical plot...." Read the entire Rain Taxi review.