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To the Extreme: A Review of Live Girls by Evan Romero

We don't have to like every single book, even books by authors we respect. For Evan, this one didn't quite make the grade.

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Post by Evan Romero

Vampires are not at all my thing. I find those fanged ding-dongs, and the stories they’re involved in, about as exciting staring at dried paint. However, when I heard about Ray Garton’s Live Girls, I thought, Vampires in Times Square? How can this not be a winner? Well, somehow, someway, Garton managed to make it a loser.


LIVE GIRLS by Ray Garton Pocket Books, January 1987

Davey Owen is a spineless wimp. He lets his boss and coworkers walk all over him, let his ex-girlfriend sleep with other men, works a job he doesn’t like because he’s too scared to go find another. However, his life begins to change when he stumbles upon Live Girls, a sleazy strip club run by vampires! After getting his pecker bitten in a nudie booth, Davey slowly begins to change. Could this be a new and exciting phase in his life? Or, will it lead to a generic pl…

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