In the article "Vampires and Why We Love Them," the author, Eric Camarillo talks about the 19th century vampires versus 21st century ones and why they are so popular to the crowd nowadays. The author states that "vampire literature didn't just come from nowhere, vampires are the product of our society - like serial killers and carnies." Out society wants to read more and to watch about "seductive monsters" like vampires. Why do we love them so much no one knows the exact answer to this question, but "us," people who are into vampires and this kind of fiction. And one more question goes to the people who hate that genre, why do they hate it if most of them haven't read any of this books?!
As for me, I'm like the author, Eric Camarillo, used to love vampire literature, sci-fi, and fantasy. I read most of the vampire literature and can say for myself that I like it because it's different from regular, ordinary novels like drama, romance. In reading vampire books I wasn't looking for simple life stories that tent to repeat themselves over and over with different characters in it. Reading Ann Rice's book "Lestat," for example, I tried to travel with that character, I wanted to experience the life of the vampire maybe. What made me read vampire literature is the interest of what people would do if they could live forever, wouldn't it be boring to be immortal?!