Review: Salem’s Blood

Salem’s Blood (mind control, transformation, witchcraft, masturbation) (new)  by Chrysostomon
Jan is invited to go to a grave of a witch but she soon discovers it’s not all pretend.

This does not go quite where one might expect, and that is a great thing. As a result, this was more reminiscent of Dracula A.D. 1972, but better in some ways. We all pretty much know how a Dracula story is going to go, but there was no way to know where Salem’s Blood was going to go. Louise had her own opportunistic agenda — Dracula did not seem to have one in 1972. Jan, though, was absolutely amazing. Perhaps she did get a good laugh in the end, but certainly not in the way she was expecting earlier!

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