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submitted by afuquas on November 14, 2014, 12:27pm
I found this book to be an easy read. One positive about the book I had was it would define certain slang words at the bottom of the page indicated by an asterisk. The only complaint I have is the ending could have been a little more dramatic, it was very abrupt.
But you can definitely feel the stress that the characters are going through.
A great read if you have time.
Dracula submitted by SBNB on June 15, 2015, 2:55pm I really enjoyed reading this book. It's probably one of my favorites of the classics.
Many Shades submitted by Fevvers - STAR473 on July 2, 2015, 4:42pm Dracula is a gothic horror classic which draws parallels to Victorian British concern over foreigners and immigrants (as well as the obvious adult behavior parallels), but also shows what can be accomplished when (relatively) diverse people team up. Even if you know the basic story, there are still little chilling moments and iconic scenes worth reading (or re-reading).
Vampires! submitted by SolaireFQ on July 20, 2016, 9:49pm The original vampire story. Great read and more gothic than today's vampire stories.
Hard to get through submitted by majean on August 17, 2018, 12:16pm I tried reading this novel several times before I was finally able to make it through with the help of an audiobook narrated by several actors, including Alan Cumming and Tim Curry.
various publishers, 1897.
Year Published: 1897
Description: 381 p.
0880299010 (Barnes & Noble)
1593081146 (Barnes & Noble Classics)
0375756701 (Modern Library) :
0679602291 (Modern Library) :
0312863586 (TOR) :
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