Those of My Blood 

A Vampire Romance  
by

Jacqueline Lichtenberg
Reviews

  Read the Author's Forward posted only on the web, not printed in the book.

Read the Author's Afterword, posted only on the web, not printed in the book.

FAN-COMMENT quoted with permission from Mona Ramouni - November 2005

I'm writing to you to let you know that Those of My Blood and Dreamspy are my favorite books.  I am legally blind so must order them from the library, and I read them over and over again.  Perhaps you don't think that's much of a compliment, but you should because those two novels are the ONLY books I've reread since I generally have an aversion to reading a book twice.  Normally, that would be wasting time, but not in the case of Those of My Blood and Dreamspy. 

In another email, Mona wrote to a publisher and let me post this note here: 

I will read anything by Jacqueline Lichtenberg. I am one of those people who read a book once and only once, no matter how good the bookis. I have never reread a book in my life, at least not until I got hold ofJacqueline Lichtenberg's Those of My Blood and the companion novel, Dreamspy. I have read and reread those books so many times that the librarians probably wonder what's wrong with me. Yet, each time I read those novels, I find something new and intriguing in them, some other dimension I hadn't noticed before. Were I able to get those novels as e-books or in any other alternative format, copies I could treasure as my own, I would be grateful. Truly, Those of My Blood and Dreamspy are the most fascinating books I've ever come across, and if you knew how much I read, how much I search for complex and driven novels,
you would know that I don't give out compliments lightly.
 

 

 

Lisa McCune Reviews THOSE OF MY BLOOD at SFsite.com and another review also here.

 In THOSE OF MY BLOOD Jacqueline Lichtenberg creates an innovative, complex variation on the "vampire as alien species." The gripping conflict between Titus, the hero, and Abbot, the antagonist, features no real "villain," but instead a humane vision of two half-alien vampires each taking actions he sees as vital to their species' survival. Although the best interests of the human and vampire races seem to clash, this novel's sympathetic characters and tightly plotted story resolve the ethical quandary in favor of cooperation, understanding, and compassion. It is a pleasure to see this landmark work back in print.

Margaret L. Carter is author of DIFFERENT BLOOD: THE VAMPIRE AS ALIEN and DARK CHANGELING (2000 Eppie Award winner in horror).

Oct. 2003 - 

... Fans of supernatural science fiction will immensely treasure Jacqueline Lichtenberg's fabulous tale.  

Hariett Klausner 

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copyright 2002 by Jacqueline Lichtenberg.  All rights reserved. 

Those of My Blood copyright 1988 by Jacqueline Lichtenberg

Dreamspy copyright 1989 by Jacqueline Lichtenberg