Their new haircut or hairdo doesn’t need much work. A few tussles and … there, good. Now there’s the outfit they have picked out — a nice suit, a dress, a kilt. Whatever it is, to them it’s the regalia of someone who is very much alive. Wearing these clothes, they walk purposefully around their house, their room, or if they’re lucky, their neighborhood — if only the porch — and there, they wait.
“So what personally excited me about this story is not that it’s just a story about vampires but! It’s a story about vampires with POCs as the main characters. How’s that for representation! … It also portrays a rather different perspective into the lives of the supernatural humans. Like here we sit in front of our TVs, or, faces buried in a book and, yampires yeaaa they have challenges but their lives still seem pretty great! (Apart from their brooding love lives). This book however makes them seem more human than most, with the problems they face, the thoughts they have and the way they deal with all the challenges set to them.” – An excerpt from this review of Late Night Partners at diverse- and interesting fiction in general-centric sowereadthisbook.com.