The Vampire and the Vegan Book I Food Pearl a temptress vampire living in Washington DC discovers that the blood of her next would be victim Salaam lacks that certain something she craves necromantic energy that comes from eating mea

  • Title: The Vampire and the Vegan, Book I: Food
  • Author: Merlene Alicia Vassall
  • ISBN: 9780615404202
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pearl, a temptress vampire living in Washington, DC, discovers that the blood of her next would be victim, Salaam, lacks that certain something she craves necromantic energy that comes from eating meat Yet he may offer her something that she needs even Through fast paced prose peppered with surprises, The Vampire and The Vegan explores the complex relationship bPearl, a temptress vampire living in Washington, DC, discovers that the blood of her next would be victim, Salaam, lacks that certain something she craves necromantic energy that comes from eating meat Yet he may offer her something that she needs even Through fast paced prose peppered with surprises, The Vampire and The Vegan explores the complex relationship between a carnivore and her food.

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    1. You might think a book entitled The Vampire and The Vegan would more of a comedy. It's not. Instead, the book reads as more of a pamphlet for veganism. The two main characters, Pearl (The Vampire) and Salaam (The Vegan), represent the two opposing factions. When Pearl feeds upon her victims, the narrative describes the process of killing and how the animals are treated. This is meant to illustrate just how terrible it is to be a meat eater. For Salaam, he reasons that it is just as healthy to be [...]

    2. Past readers and future readers, please don't let this book skew your view of veganism in literature. This is just a poor representation of literature in general. It is 98% dialogue, 60% of which is more like a monologue (and pages, and pages of monologue). Everything involving the vegan character feels stiff, especially his vegan tirades. As a vegan, I am disappointed in this book because if someone who was not vegan read it, they'll be turned off as it is just word for word PETA propaganda and [...]

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