Chapter 4That’s usually my typical mornings. I wake up, fight with my sister, and then head off to school. And no, I don’t drink blood in the mornings. As a matter of fact, I haven’t tasted blood ever since dad died.
After every day, I can feel my stomach wishing, craving, and demanding for the drink. It’s getting harder and harder to quench my undying thirst. Maybe that’s why I get those terrible nightmares m ore often –my increasing hunger.
Now, about the whole vampires not dying thing…so not true! Whoever thought vampires were immortal has got some serious problems. (I might have to have a serious talk with Stephanie Meyer about this topic.) As you can see, my father died, so don’t act all surprised when I write about it. We are almost exactly like humans, except for a tiny difference –we drink blood…they don’t. We do age, like you humans, but always look younger than how old we really are. We do have a beating heart, and blood in our body, like humans.
However, vampires don’t die very easily. Our strength and power can protect us from any sort of unwanted creatures. We don’t die in car accidents, we don’t die if we have heart attacks. We don’t die if animals trample over us, we don’t die if humans run over us. We don’t die by getting shot, by getting hit with knives, or running through fire. Pretty scary, huh? I bet you want to know how a vampire can die, right? The only way a vampire can truly die, is being killed by the hands of another one of our kind.