Looking for a Good Man, how many times a day do you here that phrase? Well in the new play written by Vanessa Morgan that is exactly the theme behind it. Here is a brief summary of the book.
Louis Caron is a good man – he is a vegetArian, feeds homeless people, takes care of animals and is concerned with environmental issues. But his altruism has a sinister edge: he’s a vampire and local inspector Taglioni becomes increasingly suspicious of him. Louis’ attempt to escape the police will take him on a journey into his own private hell where he is not only forced to confront his worst fears, but where he will also destroy the lives of those he cares about.
So in the most pivotal parts of the book when Louis becomes anxious or scared or embarrassed about what he looks like the sinister part of him comes out. After he turns back from his sinister side he does good deeds to help redeem him.
This screen play is a quick read. In fact I was able to read in in less than an hour. I loved how Morgan did not romanticize Louis like some many authors this days have done with vampires. Yes he is a normal side but yet there is still something dark lying underneath the service. If you are looking for a vampire inspired screenplay than this is the one for you.
I received one complimentary copy for the sole purpose of this review. All opinions expressed are mine. This book review is brought to you by Charisma Media Network.
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