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The Disallowed doc Þ Paperback ☆ ❮BOOKS❯ ⚣ The Disallowed Author Owen Jones – Danpashley.co.uk Heng Lee is a goatherd in the remote mountains north east of Chiang Rai in northern Thailand very close to the border with Laos It is a tight knit community where everyone knows one another Heng gets Heng Lee is a goatherd inOut until one day he has to go to see the local shaman because he has started fainting There are no medical doctors in the vicinity and the Shaman has been good enough for most people for centuries The Shaman takes some specimens and comes to the conclusio When you see the word ‘vampire’ in a book’s description it is too easy in this facile world of the archaic categorisation used by most publishers to dismiss the work as yet another regurgitation of the popular teen angst novels of late or the titillating eroticism that claims to be an update of the original work by Stoker Well that is a pity because that particular trap will only have you re reading the same unoriginal works over and over againWriting is a creative activity and with ‘The Disallowed’ author Owen Jones has presented readers with a gem of a tale which sparkles with originality whilst still bringing back a certain nostalgia to those of us old enough to recall the memes created by the Hammer Horror movies of the mid fifties through to the seventiesJones’ take on the vampire story starts with a major break from ‘tradition’ in his setting of the tale Instead of the tried and tested Transylvanian castle of yore we have a small agricultural village in northern Thailand in the present day There’s no Count creeping around dark passageways either His counterpart is a simple goat herder Heng Lee who through circumstances never fully explained experiences a traumatic change that leaves its mark not just on him but initially on his immediate family and subseuently on the society in which he livesThe characters are wonderfully drawn and Jones’ skill uickly has the reader sympathising with their plight As Heng Lee overcomes his situation and ultimately turns it to his advantage many subtle parables regarding the working of our World uickly become apparent There is also a wicked vein of shrewd humour running through the tale that will provoke many a grin as the reader becomes engrossed in the trials and tribulations that await the protagonistsHighly recommended to those who dare to read something fresh and vibrant

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N that Heng's kidneys have stopped functioning and so has little time left to live The battle is on to save Heng's life but there are other forces at work too What will become of Heng his family and the rest of the community if he takes the Shaman's advice Before I read this I kind of doubted that a story about Vampires could be humorous Well was I surprised happily I might add that it was This is essentially the story of how a tiny village in the mountains of Thailand became a village of happy considerate and prosperous VampiresHeng who is the first to become a Vampire has no idea how it happened His aunt the village Shaman tells his family how to keep Heng alive They do what she says Then Heng finds out he can take to the air as a bat He loves it His family accepts itThen the fateful day when Heng and his son find two hikers hurt and they bring them back to their homeAll I will say is this all ends on an actually happy note you really have to read it to see what I meanThe Disallowed The Tale of a Contemporary Vampire Family

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The DisallowedHeng Lee is a goatherd in the remote mountains north east of Chiang Rai in northern Thailand very close to the border with Laos It is a tight knit community where everyone knows one another Heng gets sick all of a sudden but not too sick to take the goats The comedy in this book starts out well especially when dealing with Den the teenaged son of the main character Heng Den is not having any luck with the ladies and has started having stray thoughts about the family's goats My only real complaint is the and they all lived happily ever after ending which seem out of place in a vampire novel