Written during the ’80, when vampires were not emo and glittering but lived in vaults with a certain smell of old, “The little vampire moves in”, second volume of the “The little vampire” series, tells about Tony, a human boy and his friend Rudolph, a young, human friendly, vampire.
In this novel Rudolph is banned from the vault where he lives with his vampire family and has to live temporarily in Tony’s basement; Tony instead must do anything to prevent his parents in knowing about this vampire presence.
It’s a nice novel that does not damage vampire credibility and that talks about friendship.
Thanks to the publisher for providing me the copy necessary to write this review.
* The little vampire moves in by Angela Sommer-Budemburd ★★★☆☆½
*I read this book in English