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Reviewed by Shrabastee Chakraborty for Readers' Favorite
John Smith’s job as a mediator seems quite normal, yet his clientele is far from ordinary. With supernatural beings like vampires, werewolves, pixies, and goblins as his regular clients, life is never boring. His days become more interesting when a demigod leaves his ward, an unusual child, in John’s care. That is until Davis Hawthorne, the leader of the San Diego werewolf pack, appoints him to mediate a divorce between her niece and a werewolf from another faction. Suddenly, John finds himself in the middle of a warzone, with angry werewolves threatening his life. Will his camaraderie with the vampire queen provide him with a safe refuge? If so, is he willing to pay for their protection by losing his freedom? To know more, you have to read Blood is Thicker than Lots of Stuff by Chris Tullbane.
In this paranormal comedy, Tullbane concocts a thoroughly engaging and amusing tale involving creatures from our imaginations. Yet, in his book, these creatures are not imaginary at all. Although hidden from normal humans, they have a well-established and complicated social system, complete with stringent rules and rituals. Each character makes the story more entertaining with their quirks and whims. Although the storyline takes its time to pick up speed, the top-notch action scenes and suspenseful plot twists are worthy of the wait. Smith’s dramatic narration and use of humor in almost every scenario act as the cherry on top. If you are in the mood for a light-hearted read, definitely go for Blood is Thicker than Lots of Stuff. When you finish it, wait for the bonus material for another adventure in this fantastical world.