Irina: The Vampire Cosmonaut


Two cosmonaut hopefuls–one with fangs and one without–reach for the stars in this critically acclaimed supernatural science fiction tale.

A fierce space race between two global superpowers gives rise to the Nosferatu Project, a top-secret plan to train up some unusual cosmonauts–vampires! When Lev Leps, a human soldier, is ordered to supervise vampire test subject Irina Luminesk, the unlikely pair bonds over their shared dream of reaching the stars. Together, can the human and vampire duo rise above the chaos and corruption down on Earth and blast off into the final frontier?

月とライカと吸血姫Tsuki to Laika to NosferatuMoon, Laika, and the Bloodsucking Princess

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Genre: Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Romance, Science Fiction, Supernatural
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Updated April 1, 2023
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Next volume est. TBD

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  1. The English publishers really love to take their audience for cretines that wouldn’t buy a book unless it has a title even a 3 year old can process.

  2. I remember this having downright terrible reviews. Vampires are basically Jews during the Holocaust, and despite being from a Soviet point of view, It was almost like anti-Soviet propaganda from how bad it made them. All of which would be a little better if it was a purely fictional world, but it uses actual history and names that are almost identical, so it is actually demeaning real people.

    1. where in the hell did you read that?

      The history of Vampires and Dracula are based on Vlad ‘The Impaler’, AKA Vlad Dracul, The Man who brutally executed his enemies by ‘impaling them’. He defended his country heroically, and killed so many of his enemies that the forest covered in blood, and thats how the idea of a man drinking blood came from.

      Tho Vampire is a stretch since there is no direct link to him, but, the game of words makes it viable.
      Vlad Impaler-Vampire. and the history came after his death, not before.

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