In 'The Ghosts' Feast', the lives, loves and losses of some of the vampires within Eleanor Keane’s 'The Breathing Ghosts' come to the fore: a young boy tries on his mother’s corset, a vampire servant becomes obsessed with her mistress, a lavish feast is laid out for the dead, and a dark goddess concocts deadly schemes.
These short stories - amongst many others - travel from Ancient Pompeii, to 19th century Venice, to London in the Swinging Sixties, and all of them are woven together with ominous undercurrents of desire, death and vengeance. Who can we trust? Who can we believe in?
In the world of 'The Ghosts’ Feast', some vampires are monsters, some monsters are human, and nothing is quite what is seems…