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Ethics of the Undead

Ethics of the Undead

35.5K Reads 1.5K Votes 57 Part Story
LorenSchechter By LorenSchechter Completed

Four normal teens are conned into scholarships to a charter school for vampires. Can they escape before being bled and dead? Or sucked into the school's chapter of the Satanic Legion? 
       Sixteen year-old Kathy is on the kill list of a Shoshone vampire who teaches Ethics for Bloodsuckers. Her pal Lionel is terrorized by his music teacher, an 18th century violinist who worked as a Mafia hit man so he could play at his victims' funerals. 
       When Kathy's boyfriend has his heart broken by a sharpened pool cue, she and Lionel are put on trial for murder, in a vampire court, with a kidnapped gymnastics team as the jury. All the kids face the same three choices: escape, die trying, or join the undead. 
        Blue Ink Review called this novel "a wild ride, and the plot twists alternate with big laughs." Kirkus Review said it was "beautifully refined, intelligent and profound."
       Thank you for sampling and/reading. This is a completed novel presented in 57 chapters, with one chapter posted every Saturday. The novel is available for purchase on Amazon, Kindle, B&N, and via Merrimack  All of the text and the photo are copyrighted and cannot be reproduced in any format without the author's written permission. The sole exception is for brief excerpts in written reviews. Requests, questions or comments can be submitted to lorenschechter@ or on my website:

MorganaWray MorganaWray Mar 20
Too many characters all at once in the chapter, and quite difficult to follow. Some sentences need editing
LordSkeletooni LordSkeletooni Oct 13, 2016
SUPER !!!!!! Good!!! i louve it very much so !!!! pls continue if not i will be very sad:(((
Goodmonica Goodmonica Dec 31, 2016
I'm definitely curious about what's going to happen next! I felt really bad for the victims.
night_shifts night_shifts Oct 30, 2016
wonderful 👍👍 thing is I can't message back, so please don't feel bad because I didn't reply back. This is really good ;)
LucaForest01 LucaForest01 Nov 15, 2016
Huh. I think I just inadvertently learned the difference between ethical and morality. O.o
Muscance Muscance Jan 04
Grim start (very well written, in other words) Wonders what happened to the campers. XD