1. Bloodlines by Richelle Mead — I know that this one is predictable from me but this is a good book to compare different kind of vampires. You get to learn about Moroi’, Dhampirs and Strigois. How are they different? How can you kill Strigois? Can they have children?
2.Black Dagger Brotherhood by J.R Ward — One of my favorite vampire series! You get to read about different characters every book. You can even skip some books if you’re not interested in certain characters and ships. I didn’t read all of them when I read them for the first time but I did when I reread the series this year. I kinda wish I didn’t read all of them.
3. Buffy The Vampire Slayer by Joss Whedon — I’m not big fan of comics after what Whedon did in the latest (and final) season but this show made me love vampires and we get canon Spuffy in s10-11! In the show (and movie) we got to see only one kind of vampire but in the comics we also found out what happens when a slayer is turned.
4. The Morganville Vampires by Rachel Caine — Here’s a series I need to continue. It’s about a town where people know about vampires and have to give out their blood for protection. I really enjoyed this series… at first but then it kinda got too many books. It would be more fine if we got different relationships but I think they’ve been with same people since book one and there’s not a lot of character or relationship growth. I still want to finish them and find out what happens.
5. Twilight by Stephenie Meyer — I wanted to add this series here just to show the class what vampires are not. No matter how much I love Meyer’s standalone The Host she should’ve seriously done some research before writing this. I might like Cullens and Edward’s relationship with Bella (I still like them. Don’t judge me.) but the vampires in these books are just horrible.