Nothing ever happens on the Otter Lake reservation. But when 16-year-old Tiffany discovers her father is renting out her room, she’s deeply upset. Sure, their guest is polite and keeps to himself, but he’s also a little creepy. Little do Tiffany, her father, or even her astute Granny Ruth suspect the truth. The mysterious Pierre L’Errant is actually a vampire, returning to his tribal home after centuries spent in Europe. But Tiffany has other things on her mind: her new boyfriend is acting weird, disputes with her father are escalating, and her estranged mother is starting a new life with somebody else. Fed up and heartsick, Tiffany threatens drastic measures and flees into the bush. There, in the midnight woods, a chilling encounter with L’Errant changes everything ... for both of them. A mesmerizing blend of Gothic thriller and modern coming-of-age novel, The Night Wanderer is unlike any other vampire story.
A vampire story like no other. -- The Canadian Children's Book Centre "Best Books for Kids & Teens" (01/01/2008)
One of Quill and Quire's Books of the Year 2007: 'Shivers and chills in an Anishinabe setting... refreshingly smart humour.'--Patty Lawlor"Quill and Quire" (12/01/2007)
A vampire story like no other.--The Canadian Children's Book Centre"Best Books for Kids & Teens" (01/01/2008)
One of Quill and Quire's Books of the Year 2007: "Shivers and chills in an Anishinabe setting... refreshingly smart humour."--Patty Lawlor"Quill and Quire" (12/01/2007)
Teens who devour vampire fiction will enjoy this unusual slant on the oft-told legend.--Jan Chapman"VOYA" (06/01/2008)
Michael Wyatt's illustrations for the graphic novel are rich in tone, and his spare use of the colour red lends an eerie hue to the character of L'Errant.--Terri Lawrence-Taylor"Professionally Speaking" (09/01/2014)