Frankenstein, Dracula, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Publish date: December 5th 1978
Publisher: Signet Classics
Pages no: 684
Edition language: English
These three together are the horror classics modern authors like King, Rice, Crichton, Thomas Harris are greatly indebted to. I think Stoker's Dracula is the strongest novel of the three--one with unforgettable characters, a propulsive narrative, and one where the narration and dialogue feels more n...
I had this exact book in high school and remember writing a review for it for English class. I liked it and loved that Stephen King wrote an introduction since I worshiped him in HS. I lost my copy of this book, it's one of those that people asks to borrow and never return. :(
This is the dark and horrible story of Victor Frankenstein, who gave birth to the frightening, hideous, infamous monster. I read the abridged and simplified version when I was young, and well, I though it was pretty boring. Now I read the original unabridged version I can only begin understanding h...
Dracula is THE vampire story. The granddaddy of all of vampire stories! Yes, it could be a bit slow but it is essentially a tale of light versus darkness of civilized man vs baser nature, of sensuality vs proper and it delivers.A must read for anyone interested in vampire novels as well as anyone in...
This is one of my all-time favorite paperbacks. A single binding of Frankenstein, Dracula, and Dr.Jekyll and Mr Hyde with an introduction by Stephen King. I have separately rated Frankenstein as four stars, Dracula as three stars, and I would rate Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde as a big time five stars. Yet...
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