Dracula: The Undead
Publish date: October 19th 2009
Publisher: Recorded Books
Edition language: English
I’m always a little wary when people try to mess with a classic, even moreso when the novel is a direct sequel to it. However, the fact that it is written by Bram Stoker’s great-grandnephew and a Dracula historian lend it a great deal of credibility. The novel is set in 1912, a quarter of a century ...
Wenn ihr das Original Buch "Dracula" so wunderbar fandet wie ich, DANN LEST DIESE "FORTSETZUNG" BLOß NICHT!!!Ich habe wirklich gehofft, dass die schlechten Kritiken übertrieben seinen, doch leider war dem nicht so.Ich habe das Buch abgebrochen, weil es mir wirklich zu doof wurde. Und als ich dann di...
Quincey Harker, the son of Mina and Jonathan, starts working on a production of Bram Stoker's Dracula at the Lyceum Theatre. There he starts to discover the secrets of his family as one by one the heroes from the original novel are destroyed.This may sound brutal, but here it is: there is nothing ...
This book wasn’t at all what I expected based on the fact that it’s written by Bram’s great grand-nephew and a Dracula historian. They make some changes in the way events from the first book “really” happened and the writing is very Dan Brown – passably well written, very exciting, and with more sex...
Fast paced and nice sequel to the original.
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