Daughters of Darkness: Lesbian Vampire Stories

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Daughters of Darkness: Lesbian Vampire Stories

Daughters of Darkness Lesbian Vampire Stories An erotic and sensual collection details the darkly captivating nature of the lesbian vampire who breaks the constraints of society and includes the original version of J Sheridan LeFanu s Camill

  • Title: Daughters of Darkness: Lesbian Vampire Stories
  • Author: Pam Keesey
  • ISBN: 9781573440769
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Paperback
  • An erotic and sensual collection details the darkly captivating nature of the lesbian vampire who breaks the constraints of society and includes the original 1871 version of J Sheridan LeFanu s Camilla the most famous lesbian vampire story ever written Reprint.

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    One thought on “Daughters of Darkness: Lesbian Vampire Stories

    1. Ruthie on said:

      I picked this up a couple years ago in a used book store. I'm not lesbian but I do like vampire stories and I was curious what "sharply erotic" vampire stories would be like. The introduction which included a history of vampire literature was the most interesting part about it for me. Sadly, I read that two years ago when I started the book and don't remember much. The subsequent nine stories mostly left me thinking, "Oh, ok." A third were interesting to me, a third were completely stupid, and t [...]

    2. Alexis Williams on said:

      For a supposedly erotic collection, there is very little sex. In fact, some of the stories end just before the characters have sex. Most of the characters are whiny politically correct lesbians that have been wronged by men. Only a handful were actually sexy. The stories are also extremely predictable, and pretty much all the same. More or less ordinary female character is introduced. Then she meets some other woman who is dominant, pale, and/or avoids daylight, and then surprise plot twist; wom [...]

    3. Freyja Vanadis on said:

      Uneven collection of lesbian/vampire-themed short stories. My favorite is probably the excerpt of Jewelle Gomez's The Gilda Stories. Pat Califia has a story in here, and of course she wouldn't be herself if the story wasn't based on s/m. This book also includes the Katherine V. Forrest classic "O Captain, My Captain".

    4. Jean on said:

      I actually didn't finish this book. The first few stories were horrible and I put it down and could never find the desire to pick it back up again.

    5. Abstractica on said:

      Personally, in the perspective of my not being a lesbian and merely a garden variety feminist, the usage of spelling such as 'womon' instead of 'woman' was not easy for me to parse (I have learning disabilities), and I don't feel it added anything in a literary sense, but actually detracted from the reading experience for me. More power to the authors, just not my thing. So that's one minor gripe I had with it. No big deal really, and I don't really have any other 'gripes' per se, it is just fai [...]

    6. LeeAnne on said:

      I wasn't a fan of all of the stories and I didn't think they all worked well together, but I did enjoy the overall theme of the book. This is a nice introduction to lesbian vampire stories--some erotic and some plain strange. There is a reference section to further reading that I am going to explore.Favorite story was Oh Captain, My Captain. I would give that one five stars alone.

    7. MsTiptress on said:

      There was not enough action, not enough sex,and the vampire characters SUCKED big time Horrible read I would not recommend anyone let alone lesbians read this story Unless you like old English and vampires.

    8. Ginna on said:

      fabulous collection - and insightful analysis of the genre in the introduction

    9. gdnght on said:

      Rec. by Toni Armstrong Jr. and by Pam, whom I met at Toni's party :)

    10. Lisa on said:

      Daughters of Darkness: Lesbian Vampire Stories by Pam Keesey (1993)

    11. Roberta on said:

      Ten different stories and the quality varies but, if you collect vampires, worth reading.

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