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What the community says about Sunglasses After Dark (Sonja Blue)
- "While this book is female written I don't think it would be considered horror given the "sensual fantasy thriller" description. It has above average reviews but with it not being the correct genre it doesn't look like a good fit and I don't think it would be the best even in the fantasy genre."
- "Sunglasses After Dark (Sonja Blue) is not your typical vampire novel. Overall, this is a good read that is innovative at the time it was written with a strong charming character. I will read the next Sonja Blue book. It is very violent and sexual but all done within context of the story. I was very surprised on how much I enjoyed this book."
- "I have read a lot of Nancy's book, and I could never understand the obsession of others who would label her book as pro-gay. Sure, there are ted-bits of it, but I do not associate it with being overtly lesbian inspired. That said, this book is still one of my favorites. It is about Sonja as she battled against werewolves and other vampires. It's a pretty good read for a young adult. Well written with great description, I would recommend it to my daughters. "
- "As a lesbian, I enjoy reading novels about other gay women whom I can relate to. There are very few authors who dabble in this type of fiction, so I'm always looking for more. I was recommended the graphic novel Sunglasses After Dark, which seemed to be an interesting take on vampires with a strong female protagonist, but I don't seem to see any evidence it actually contains a LGBT character, which is extremely disappointing, seeing as that's what I was looking for."
- "When I found this at the bookstore, I didn't know that there were two versions of it. I happened two find two copies and bought them both since it seemed intriguing. The older one I think was better than the newer version. The newer version was made to fit into society now, but is just the same old thing basically. Everyone is writing about vampires and turning into one, that it just isn't as original as it was. The older book was new for it's time period, something fun to read, but now it's just boring."