Vampires anyone?

Brad Pitt!  My favorite movie vampire of all time from the 1994 movie adaptation of Anne Rice’s Interview With a Vampire.

Here are some vampire titles we have in our collection.  We have lots more ordered so keep an eye on the clear, plexiglass New Book shelves for Vampire Diaries and the House of Night series. To find the books in the online catalog, just search vampire and click on All Words (its version of Keyword).

City of Bones (and the rest of the The mortal instruments series) by Cassandra Clare

Classic Vampire Stories by Molly Cooper

Darkangel trilogy by Meredith Ann Pierce

Dracula by Bram Stoker

Fledging by Octavia Butler

In the Forests of the Night (and the rest of the The Den of Shadows quartet series) by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

Interview with a Vampire (series) by Anne Rice

Life Sucks by Jessica Abel

Peeps by Scott Westerfeld

Persistence of Memory by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

Salem’s Lot by Stephen King

Silver Kiss by Annette Curtis Klause

Sunshine by Robin McKinley

Sweetblood by Peter Hautman

Thirsty by M.T. Anderson

Twilight series by Stephanie Meyers

Vampires : a collection of original stories edited by Jane Yolen

Vampires by Jean Marigny

Vampires by Russell Roberts

White Night : a novel of the Dresden files by Jim Butcher

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One Response to “Vampires anyone?”

  1. The Second Short Life of Bree Tanner « Reading@Berkeley High Says:

    […] looking elsewhere for our fix, like Anne Rice ,the House of Night series or any other the other vampire titles we have in the Berkeley High Library.  This book was thin on both character and plot, and could be […]

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