Anne Rice sinks teeth into vampire 'vooks'

Vook - a video-book hybrid and the name of a California-based company that makes them - is releasing their take on “The Master of Rampling Gate,” a 1984 Anne Rice short story about a vampire and his young love, reports the Wall Street Journal.

According to WSJ, the digital version of the story will include the "6,500-word short story (shot through with hyperlinks to definitions of phrases readers might be unfamiliar with ... an interview with Anne Rice in her California home, and an interview with her son, Christopher Rice, in New Orleans, where Rice lived and worked for many years."

 A preview of the Rice vook is embedded for your enjoyment.