Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: P. N. Elrod

Narrated By: Barrett Whitener

Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks

Date: January 2006

Duration: 8 hours 41 minutes


Jack Fleming, ace reporter, always had a weak spot for strange ladies. And he certainly should have listened to the one who said she was a vampire because, when a thug blasts several bullets through Jack's back, he does not die-but discovers that he has become a vampire as well. Bloodlist is the first novel in an exciting vampire adventure series.


  • Anonymous

    Really didn't get into this one. Found the main character's voice to be annoying. Trying to copy newspeak from the era, but instead sounded robotic and monotone, making the jokes seem worse than they really were intended. Also thought it was entirely predictable, so there really wasn't much adventure or exploration of new territory here.

  • milly

    I found that I laughed and giggled, but could also feel the confusion and pain. Really enjoyed the mixture.

  • Anonymous

    I wasn't sure at first how I'd like it. The reader's voice was slightly annoying in the beginning and it took some getting used to. It didn't take long though and I was thoroughly enjoying this story. There are some holes in the story though and things I feel should have been explained more, but overall I liked this. It was interesting and amusing at points. Worth a listen!

  • Edward Brownlee

    An excellent mix of mystery and fantasy. The setting is super and the tale told in an entising fashion. The 'hero' of the story starting with a loss of memory and realising what he is shortly thereafter is a startling beginning to any story. You quickly want to know who did this to him and if you follow vampire stories as I do you start looking for all the wrong things. As Jacks memory returns you discover .... Well I won't spoil it for you. Of course the plot keeps you wanting to know more. Great story and characters, well though out and enjoyable.


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