Publish date: May 12th 1986
Publisher: W.W. Norton & Company
Pages no: 488
Edition language: English
The way this book is set up--being told through a series of diary/journal entries, letters, etc.,--really lends itself to a multiple narrator format. Everyone involved gave an amazing performance, especially Alan Cumming as Dr. John Seward, and Katy Kellgren as Mina Murray/Harker.
I thought I understood what I was getting into when I started Dracula. I knew the plot and was familiar with the characters. It’s hard to read as much horror as I do and not know about Dracula, even if you’ve never read the original. I expected to love this novel because it has influenced pretty muc...
This is a very adventurous and entertaining read.The only really downsides to this book are the time period in which it was written and its prevalence in modern pop culture. As to the first point, the time period makes the female characters fairly dull and nearly useless, although Mina is a pretty p...
Mysterious, gloomy castles and open graves at midnight are just two of the Gothic devices used to chilling effect in this 19th-century horror classic that turned an obscure figure from Eastern European folklore into a towering icon of film and literature. [ synopsis from goodreads ] (Note befor...
Dracula by Bram Stoker Narrated by Alan Cumming, Tim Curry, Simon Vance, Katherine Kellgren, Susan Duerden, John Lee, Graeme Malcolm, Steven Crossley Overall ★★★★★ Performance ★★★★★ Story ★★★½☆ Summary:Because of the widespread awareness of the story of the evil Transylvanian count a...
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