This book is mainly about vampires committing murders in a small town.
The book broaches two subjects: vampires and christianity. The marriage of these two topics in a story was a strange union for me because the subject of vampires is purely fantasy but the subject of God, Christianity, or religion (any religion) is real. However, in the book, vampires and religion were both portrayed as reality. This could be very confusing to a person who searching for truth. What is real and what is fantasy?
I must admit that if I had realized this was a "Christian" book about vampires, I probably would not have picked it up to read. However, that being said, the book, taken at face value, was a very engaging and enjoyable read.