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TBT eBook Review “They Thirst” Vampires in L.A.

L.A. is in the throes of an attack like no other. The Master is creating an army. An army of Vampires.

TBT=Throw Back Thursday

I’m very excited to finally do a review of “They Thirst” by Robert McCammon. This is my ‘go to’ book when I’ve read a few really bad horror books.

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The story begins in the tiny Hungarian hamlet of Krajeck, where nine-year-old Andre Palatazin awaits the return of his father from an unspecified—but clearly dangerous—mission. The man who finally returns is no longer Andre’s father—is no longer, in fact, a man. Pursued by this undead entity, Andre and his mother barely escape with their lives. Decades later, Andre—now Andy—Palatazin is a homicide detective in the Los Angeles Police Department, and spends his days dealing with the quotidian terrors of a large metropolis. His life takes a darker turn when the demonic forces he first encountered in Krajeck arrive in L.A., led by an ancient vampire known as The Master. The Master’s plan: to overrun the city and use it as a stepping-stone toward wider, ultimately global, domination. (Amazon.com).

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I read this book every other year or so. It’s just that good. After I’ve read a couple of really bad horror books, this is my ‘go to’ book. It’s amazing. Let me tell you a bit about it.

‘The Master’ has moved into the creepiest, most decrepit castle he could find in Beverly Hills. He is a big player in the vampire game and he wants to take L.A. and he wants to take it fast.

He starts off simple, he has his first few vamps (a motorcycle gang who were bad before the vamps got him). These gang members are responsible for providing coffins for the growing hordes of horrible  Before you can say something clever like ‘Suck it,’ the city is full of blood suckers. Every inch of the city and surrounding cities are in chaos.

As the coffins are being ripped out of the group to repurpose for the new Vamps to use, The Master is planning a evil plan that will allow the evil and vile vampires to be out around the clock. They will not have to worry about the sun. Think what that would mean for Southern California.

Terra’s Opinion:

Robert McCammon is a master storyteller. I enjoy everything about “They Thirst.” From the Vamps going door to door to relieve men and women of their humanity to the radio station that several Vamps take over and broadcast where humans are so they can all be caught.

Your time spent reading this marvelous book will not be wasted.


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  • Readers from or in SoCal will read about places they know.


  • I want a sequel
Terra King
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