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Forty years have passed since the end of the vampire/human war, and life is good. Vampires have taken over the planet and have settled in, making themselves comfortable in the infrastructure their predecessors built... making just a few adjustments to ensure a permanent night. Humans are still around (tightly controlled, of course), because the alpha species needs to eat. But even after four decades of peace, Reginald can't shake his conviction that the war never really ended – that the archive he holds in his blood still warns of an ominous change on the horizon.
As old foes rise, the power structures of both races begin to falter and the very existence of life on Earth (both hot-blooded and undead) hangs in the balance. Reginald Baskin – always an outcast, always neglected – may be the only chance to save it. As Reginald steps into his destined role as a leader, he faces a startling realization that even he never saw coming... but after forty years of hate and violence, his solution may have come too late. The humans have developed new and frightening weapons, and they aren't afraid to use them – even if it could mean the end of everything – because in a world ruled by monsters, humanity has nothing left to lose.
Fat Vampire 6: Survival of the Fattest marks the last chapter in the Fat Vampire saga. So belly up to the bar and loosen your belt, because the final course will fill you to bursting.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Johnny B. Truant is the co-author of the science fiction political thriller The Beam, the Unicorn Western saga, and about a zillion other projects. In his non-writing time, Johnny is one of the hosts the Self Publishing Podcast and Better Off Undead, both of which are available in all the usual podcast places.