It's been six months since fast-food-addicted Reginald Baskin was turned into a vampire too fat to live peacefully amongst the glamorous undead -- six months in which Reginald and his two-thousand-year-old maker Maurice have learned that power doesn't equal popularity. Sure, Maurice is now calling the shots, but the Council is up to new and dirty tricks, threatening to once again upset the balance…
But when the Vampire Nation faces
genocidal violence at the hands of an unstoppable force and the very
future of vampirekind is threatened, Reginald, Maurice, and Nikki must
find their allies elsewhere… buried deep underground in a foreign land.
is the case for the follow-up to any epic tale, Fat Vampire 2 isn't
afraid to ask (and answer) the truly important questions in literature
and in life:
* Where did vampires come from, and can they
possibly survive a force that bests them at every turn... that may even
know them better than they know themselves?
* Is there a war coming... and if so, who will ally with whom?
* Why is Wilford Brimley in Reginald's kitchen?
* Is that an incubus in your pocket, or is it just really damn cold in here?
You'd better read on and find out, because the big questions never seem to answer themselves. From Goodreads.
This wasn't as good as the first book in the series but it was still okay and funny. Again they have to fight for survival, this time not only their own but the survival of all vampires. As Reginald is the one with the brains he has to figure out how to convince the enemy that they should be allowed to survive as a species.
This book qualifies for:
Goodreads Reading Challenge 2015
Novel Books & Reading Challenges Wheel-A-Thon II
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