Queer Horror

Out for Blood

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  • Out for Blood
  • Author: John Peyton Cooke
  • Publisher: Trade Paperback
  • Year: 1991
  • Country: US
  • 313 pages


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When a gay man in the last stages of leukemia is offered the chance to become a healthy, immortal, eternally-youthful vampire, he accepts readily. But he soon discovers that a vampire's life isn't all glorious nightlife.

Qvamp says:

A good book, but hard to find. I recommend it if you can find a copy.

Virtually every character in this book is gay. The vampires are interesting and the plot is fairly novel. It's unusual to find a vampire book focusing on a blood disease other than AIDS.

Rating A
Queer Vampire Rating A
Amount of Gay Content sex


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By: Jessi ( jessiwitch1969@hotmail.com )
Overall Rating: A     Queer horror Rating: A    

What would YOU do if YOU offered the choice? This book deals with that question and MANY others. It has a great twist(s) on the old vampire myth. The characters are memorable and the interactions are very real. A must read if you can find it.


By: EvoL ( marvins_mutley@hotmail.com )
Overall Rating: A     Queer horror Rating: A    

I loved this book when i first read it and when i found and bought it again fell in love with it all over


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