There are no Vampires in the Book by Megan Bailey

There are no vampires in this bookSynopsis: TARYN HAD NEVER BEEN NORMAL.
She wasn’t like other girls- not after that night, that thing, took her parents from her. She made it through hospitals, doctors, and therapy by playing by their rules and saying all the things they wanted to hear. But, inside, she held on to the truth.
She knew what she saw.
With her two closest friends at her side, she dedicated herself to a mission. She would train and she would hunt. When the time came, she would be ready. No one she loved would be hurt by one of those monsters ever again

But with high school behind them, new found freedom comes with new responsibilities and new problems. Instead of weapons and self defense classes, she now has jobs and bills. The relation-ship with her best friend was suddenly shifting into new, scary territories. How could she take down bad guys if she couldn’t get her own life in order?

A mysterious stranger who pops up in suspicious places and throws off all sorts of bad vibes. His face now starred in her regular nightmares and plagued her thoughts in the day. Was she overre-acting? Or, was this finally the monster she had been waiting for? As the scars of Taryn’s past rise up to haunt her, she begins to question herself. With her mission faltering and her friendship off kilter, would life ever be the same again?
Would she ever be the same?

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5 Stars!

This book is a book that our book group decided to read and review.  Shout out to

This book is a trick.  It is meant to make you think there are vampires in this book and there really isn’t. Damn reverse psychology worked!  I totally fell for it.  It played a little bit of magic on my mind.  I started to suspect about halfway through the book that it wasn’t about vampires and I’m actually happy.

This chic really did believe that vampires were real. I believed it; I bought it hook, line and sinker.   I was on her side the whole time.  I’m still a little upset that I was fooled, I feel like a joke has been played on me.

But for real the characters in the book were really cool, the author wrote it really well.  I can’t even believe I bought it, I totally caved and thought this dude was some crazy dude and he was into some kind of occult shit and he wasn’t.  She was just bat shit crazy and the thing is…Her friends totally backed her on her bat shit craziness which I think is totally admirable because me as a person I don’t know if I would have went that far honestly.

Now the guy I can understand cause when you are in love you do crazy things.  But the girl best friend, I’m like holy shit these people were there for her when no one else was.  Even though they did some shady shit because they knew she was delusional.  But they still were there and they continued to be there and allow her to have her own realization that there are no such things as vampires.  That was very cool in my eyes.  I’m going have to look this author up and see what other books she has because she totally got me.

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4 thoughts on “There are no Vampires in the Book by Megan Bailey

  1. I fell for it too – mostly. I always had that lingering doubt in the back of my mind. And I really was constantly asking, “what does the police report say?” “What did the parents officially die off according to records?”

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