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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
An Introduction to Paranormal Diplomacy is a novel with plenty of laughs and fantasy hijinks and was penned by author Matthew Cox. Forming the ninth book in the Vampire Innocent series, this volume sees the central protagonist Sarah Wright trying her best to settle back into college life with the knowledge that she is a vampire and therefore undead. Her three younger siblings all have paranormal problems of their own to deal with in light of her transformation, but in this novel, it’s Sarah’s own shortcomings that come back to bite her as a new enemy causes havoc a long way overseas. Winter in London awaits, one which is sure to cause yet more wild antics for Sarah and her family.
As a newbie to this series, I found myself settling into the humorous approach of author Matthew Cox right from the off. The plot riffs off of other vampire and paranormal shows by subverting or exposing tropes of the past and its dialogue really blows up this effect to give each of Sarah’s new experiences a light and amusing atmosphere. There are many creepy-cute moments for fans of the genre, particularly with Sarah’s youngest sister Sophia, and the plot events create highly engaging chapters and a structure that always leaves you wanting more and wondering what will happen next. Overall, An Introduction to Paranormal Diplomacy covers wit, silliness, charm, drama and all the paranormal delights one would expect from a vampire romp, making it a highly recommended read for fans of this fun and tongue in cheek approach to the genre.