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A cast of has-been public television stars join their program director Myles Kieffer on a cross-country road trip to defeat the evil that is trying to wipe out the country in Unemployed Public Television Vampire Hunters, Public Television Heroes! Book 1 by Rob Marsh. Myles is a mild-mannered young man who still lives with his parents and doesn’t seem to have much of a future. That is until a crazy man bursts into his office talking about a conspiracy that threatens the world. Flying space rocks, vampires and a machine that sucks public tax money away from the citizens are just some of the obstacles to defeat.
Unemployed Public Television Vampire Hunters, Public Television Heroes! Book 1 by Rob Marsh is a delightfully silly story for older kids but one that is full of clever twists for adults who remember public television programming. Loosely using famous characters from public television shows, theme parks and even movies, Marsh tells an amusing tale full of adventure and mayhem with tongue in cheek humor. With fast-paced action and an interesting array of characters, Unemployed Public Television Vampire Hunters is pure entertainment with just a hint of a message thrown in. Jump in and see how many different references to the entertainment industry you can find!