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Passing for Human

Benaroya It’s just the sort of romp an aging vampire needs but first to defeat the Sajorians they have to sell millions of Famous Men’s Sperm Kits to every woman on Earth Introduction by Theodore Sturge. I have a very high tolerance for the capricious but here I m afraid I found my tolerance exceeded probably because the caprice didn t just extend to the book s tone or its conce

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After seven hundred years Glamorous vampire Sterling O’Blivion has begun to think the joy is going out of life Then she meets Virginia Woolf in the ladies’ room of a dance studio in Chicago But Woolf is. A strange and wonderful sci fi story Jody Scott writes great dialogue and engages the reader with a pacey series of bizzare events I love the characters enthusiastic Alien Benar

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Really Benaroya a dolphin like alien anthropologist here to learn all there is to know about humanity and to fight the good fight against the evil slave trading Sajorians Sterling falls madly in love with. This book was just plain silly which isn t necessarily a bad thing if executed well I did laugh and smile at the authors sense of humor but the premise was just weak and wouldn


About the Author: Jody Scott

What a wild original and outrageously funny writer she is ​ TimeOut Jody Scott Jan 13 1923 Dec 24 2007 was an award winning American writer whose novels garnered extensive critical and peer acclaim though most of her works remained unpublished during her lifetime Scott was a satirist who employed speculative and mainstream fiction to critiue society and uestion the nature of reality



10 thoughts on “Passing for Human

  1. says:

    Wow for a vampire novel this is pretty wild Luckily vampires in this world don't sulk obsess about what they are wearing or aack play baseball Vampires are fairly normal except that they live for a really long time and occasionally h

  2. says:

    Unjustly neglected for years ‘I Vampire’ by Jody Scott is an exuberantly clever and wildly iconoclastic feminist and SF take on vampires i

  3. says:

    A strange and wonderful sci fi story Jody Scott writes great dialogue and engages the reader with a pacey series of bizzare events I love the characters enthusiastic Alien Benaroya who takes the form of Virginia Woolfe and guides aging and jaded vampire Stirling O'blivion toward a new life of possibilities and love beyond the pitfa

  4. says:

    fabulous a sci fi lesbian vampire tale what could be better?

  5. says:

    My god This book Was dreadfulI picked it up because the blurb sounded so ridiculous I thought it might give me a few laughs To be fair it did but only at how bad it wasThe plot was complete nonsense There was absolutely no logical thread through ANY of it The writing was diabolical random capitalisation context less sentences phrases and metaphors that made absolutely no sense The pacing was completely nonsensical a walk to work

  6. says:

    This book was just plain silly which isn't necessarily a bad thing if executed well I did laugh and smile at the authors sense of humor but the premise was just weak and wouldn't hold up I bought the book because Virginia Woolf is on the cover and has been bitten by a Vampire Funny right? The protagonist Sterling is a 700 year old Vampire that meets and falls in love with Virginia Woolf in Paris circa 1923 She sees Woolf again

  7. says:

    One of the most original vampire fictions I've ever read Science fiction shape shifting Virgina Woolf lots of dry sharp humor Why isn't Jody Scott famous?

  8. says:

    I have a very high tolerance for the capricious but here I'm afraid I found my tolerance exceeded probably because the caprice didn't just extend to the book's tone or its concepts but to its structure its theme

  9. says:

    I get it it's just not my type of hypeJody Scott is an interesting author She co wrote a novel back in the 1950s put out a few short pieces of science fiction and wrote at least one book that was never published mostly in the 1960s Then in th

  10. says:

    Vampires aliens lesbians and a critiue of consumer capitalism This book has everything

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