Rosedale is a lone man saddened by the untimely death of his wife and child. He's a rich Jewish man who has everything...except happiness. To ease the pain he frequents the houses of prostitution in his town though they are never able to totally make him forget his pain.
One day he finds himself with puncture wounds on his neck and quickly realizes he has been turned into a vampyre. Instead of freaking out or having a bad reaction he seems to accept his fate and begins hunting his prey. It is interesting to see how Rosedale's religion becomes entwined with his new vampyre state.
This is a short, gothic vampyre tale that is easily read in a single sitting. While the novella was a little slow getting started it turned out to be a quick and enjoyable read.
I give this book 3 1/2 out of 5 stars.
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