The sequel to Suck It Up, Suck It Up And Die provides a bit of comic relief in the wildly popular vampire genre. Filled with snarky humor, this story features a lovable protagonist and subtle themes of tolerance. As the new minority with "special needs," vampires must battle against prejudice and bigotry. There is even a "vampire czar" appointed by the President who is charged with deporting the unwanted citizens and plans a mass genocide instead. But the context for this evil behavior is pure campy comedy. Morning's girlfriend Portia is a smart and independent character, and the romance between the two progresses. The action is limited to making out, but there is some discussion about the best time to lose their virginity. Language is relatively mild and infrequent (d-mn, a-s, bullsh-t, cr-p, h-ll). Readers will best enjoy these books in order.