The best of all Vampire novels!!!
adena: 1-Anita Blake Vampire Hunter by Laurell K Hamilton (though there are other beings like shapeshifters and ghouls inside)
2-Darkyn Series by Lynn Viehl
3-Books by Anne Rice (she's like, the mother of all vampire books)
4-Sookie Stakehouse by Charlaine Harris (Sookie's human, btw)
Well, these are just some of them. I don't know if you'll like them but these are among my favourites. Maybe you should try An Interview With A Vampire by Anne Rice.
All the best!
john1576: 'Interview with a Vampire' is a well written book. But you can't beat the masterpiece, 'Dracula'. Curiously Bram Stoker actually based his book on 'facts' about Vampires. He never visited Transylvania, all his descriptions of the district are from travel books he read. Ever since it was published Dracula has never been out of print. Along with John Bunyan's 'Pilgrim's Progress' it seems set to go on for ever.
_Awhinanastyle_: I side with Adena. Anne Rice writes some awesome vampire/supernatural/fantasy books! Love reading her stuff!
Anne Rice. Definitely.
awesomeisy: NIGHT WORLD- SPELLBINDER,DAGHTERS OF DISASTER,and another one /forgot/
awesome vampire/romance books old 1996 old check it out
abstrectchrist: considering Anne Rice started out writing erotic books, Anne Rice would be the better of them naturally(though she's now got a Catholic Stinkfisting blocking any recognition of her earlier works). Bram Stokers book i couldn't stand reading due to the language barrier, it's definitely british and old school.
samuel_bilbrey2003: ive not read any vampire books but from what ive heard from most people anne rice is really good
daydreams: Pandora, Ann Rice, easy read and it wasnt long , has a tun of history thats easy to read , it was interesting and from a womans view at being a vampire.
daydreams: just finished twilight series, best books ive read , make me happy wise, i think it out did pandora , but cant decide which is best for a vampire read...
techno_hedonist: I loved Interview With The Vampire. The second book in the series The Vampire Lestat was okay, but by the time I got to the end of the third book, Queen of the Damned, I was turned off. Interview is still worth the read though! It's great on its own.
Nosferatu: Vampire does not need to be capitalized since it is an imaginery race. Thou wouldn't say "we saw the Elves."
residing_angel: Night World by L.J. Smith has some fantastic Vamp stories... and...
Christine Schnell's Vamp Series Living the Light is kick ass aswell
saby92: there are loads.
i like the sookie stackhouse novels by charlaine harris and lynsay sands' books best.
Sherry: richelle mead has series that will have you hooked from the first page her books aren't just about vamps but witches and fairies too oh there is this character named jenks that will have you rofl
Vanessassarry: Any Anne Rice novel! Or the twilight books. Best of all the Vampire Academy books! A whole new twist to the vampire world! Keeps you reading all night!!
cuteyum: VA is the best! Vampire Academy Series by Richelle Mead...finished six books of the series and I simply loved the stories. It seriously makes you read it all night long
switchblade_babe: i found my forum <3 over 3|4 of my book case is vampire novels but i must agree anne rice and laurel k hamilton are up there. another good book if u follow laurel k hamilton is obsidian butterfly
Jubzy: Anne Rice is definitely one of the best if not THE best.
Laurell K Hamilton is also very VERY good.
The_Under_Dog: Brian Lumley's Necroscope series and Vampire World series are pretty good too. Have to read the Necroscope books first.
daydreams: my sister gave me some Laurell K. Hamilton books based on a character called Anita Blake shes a vampire hunter , only with scars,.. guess theres a bit of sensuality and stuff, unlike buffy the vampire slayer which was a bit fluffy .. idk i might give it a read, but do love Pandora still most of all i think.
KWeb: For anyone that wants a different type of modern vampire storyline check out The Strain and The Fall, written by Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan. Can't wait for the third book to come out Eternal Night. Good read!