This was the perfect book to end my month of paranormal reading. I am stopping the paranormal theme early due to social commitments that will take me through the rest of the month.
I loved this book; I was jonesing for a little read while at the dinner table. Humor was definitely rate PG-13, but not forced or jokes about minority groups. And the characters rang true, from the newly turned vampires to the emo Goth teen girl, to the stoner vampire hunters. Best part was the setting; San Francisco was another character to the book as well as the backdrop.
I now want to read more from this author. He gets me.