The Vampire Across the Hall

Rated 3.29/5 based on 8 reviews
Daisi Malone lives in the Presidio Building in Newtown, Sydney, Australia. The building is mysterious and its residents even more so. There is the couple with lots of children, the Glee Club and the English Backpackers- although not for long. In this, the first story by Daisi Malone, she meets her neighbour, Madden, the Vampire across the hall. More
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Words: 2,600
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458181107
About Leann Richards

I am a theatre historian who has written two books about Australian Theatre History which were published by Ginninderra Press I run a website, HAT-History of Australian Theatre, write for Stage Whispers Magazine and for Alternative Media in Sydney.
I'm also a teacher of English as a second language and a Juggler.
I live in Sydney Australia surrounded by books, lovebirds and light.

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Reviews

Review by: Robert C. Mason on June 02, 2012 :
Original, if not odd
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Review by: Julia Averbeck on Aug. 25, 2011 :
I really liked the first part of this series. Nice read for inbetween.
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Review by: Albert Robbins on Aug. 08, 2011 :
Overall Feedback: Overall this was a great introduction to the characters and storyline. This read more like an excerpt than a short story. So it gives the feel of a teaser more than a stand alone short story.

Point of View: You are experiencing the world through the eyes of Daisy and which the author does a stellar job of bringing to life.

Voice: There really is not enough story here to be compelled to read on but you do get interested enough in the storyline to read the second in the series.

Character Development: Again with the length of this short you have batrly the time but with this in mind the Author does give you a small emotional connection with the main character so I would have to say yje author did average in this area.

Plot: Straightforward and to the point. Not a single problem here.

Dialogue: The character dialogue was a little sticky in places but overall I would say the author did a wonderful job at keeping this part of the short interesting and flowing.

Pacing: This is where the size comes into play, you will fly right through the story as the author does not have the space to deter from the track as it were.

Setting: The details in the story give you an exact idea of the place and surroundings of Daisy and you may get goosebumps while reading.

Continuity: Here the author was masterful in leaving it open enough to hook you into the second book but not leaving it so open that you are to confused to continue.
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Review by: butterflieslovebooks on May 10, 2011 :
This is a lovely little book and it just made me smile.
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Review by: thylogale on Feb. 25, 2011 :
An interesting start. I liked the characters and the ending made me smile.
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Review by: Jackie B on Feb. 18, 2011 :
Short, sweet and to the point! An okay intro to the adventures of Daisi which is worth spending the short of amount of time it takes to read... I liked it well enough to say that will read the second half to see what happens next...
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Review by: Miriam Smith on Jan. 14, 2011 : (no rating)
I really enjoyed this book. I kept smiling 'cause it's sweet and amusing.

@Ernest: 155cm is about 61in. So 5'1" I guess.
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on Jan. 14, 2011 :
It is amusingly different, but I can’t decide if I like it or not. So I’ll give it three stars and move on. Oh, by the way, how tall is 155 cm?
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