Is There a Vampire Book Better Than ‘Twilight’? (Check Out Our Roundup!)

The “Twilight” saga is a young adult story that’s been divided into series. The story talks about a human girl who falls in love with a vampire boy, and they aim at loving each other forever.

The story is extremely captivating that everyone who reads it always comes back for more. A lot of people have become totally obsessed with this series. Everything that is contained in the boo, has a way of piercing reality into the mind of the reader.

A lot of people have come out to agree that the “Twilight” series has to be the best when it comes to vampire novels, but we disagree.

Here are four vampire books better than “Twilight” saga in no particular order:

1. “The Morganville Vampires” by Rachel Caine

Rachel Caine, the author of the “Weather Warden” series introduces this captivating series, which she called “The Morganville.” This series talks about a student, Claire Danvers, who really could not take the seeming nightmares she was having at the dorm.

Claire finally moves out of the school form and heads for the off-campus hoping to find a better room, but when Claire goes off-campus, the astounding old house where she finds lodging may not be much better.

The storylines of this book are quite complex, but it’s a beautiful read. You might want to read it. I think this book is so scary that you need to keep some garlic supplements by your side just in case the vampires decide to pop out from the book! (We recommend garlic pills from TonicSea or Himalaya.)

2. “Dracula” by Bram Stoker

“Dracula” is an original best book written by Bram Stoker in 1897. This book was and is still one of the best vampire books to be sold. Bram Stoker did very well when he told us this story through a book. A certain vampire, Dracula, was in search of getting new blood so he tried to leave in England. I suggest this book, anyway, anytime.

​3. “The Strain” by Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan

Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan 2009 wrote “The Strain.” The story described how vampires were used to put out a virus. This indirectly has a way of getting a reader scared. Oh, how I love this book! The authors didn’t have the time to portray love, which bores most people. Instead, it’s all horror.

4. “Bloodline” by Rachel Mead

If you were a fan of the “Vampire Academy,” this is the next best book after it. Written by Rachel Mead, the “Bloodline” series is a story filled with lessons about life and how to develop character.

We are aware that a lot of people read vampire books and series to give themselves joy and bursts of terror. So these are some of the best reads to enjoy after the “Twilight” saga. Enjoy!