I finished winter quarter at my college recently, and I relaxed over the weekend, during which I read a vampire book I picked up: The Strain, by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan. I fraking love Pan's Labyrinth, and I had high-expectations for this book. While I did enjoy it for the most part, I found it a bit of a let-down. This is primarily due to the vampires not really seeming like vampires, the characters not being very well developed, and the action taking place in discrete segments more than there just being a fluid novel. I got the distinct impression that the book was created for the intention of there being a movie made about it.
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