Dracula by Bram Stoker

Dracula

By Bram Stoker

  • Release Date: 1912-01-01
  • Genre: Horror
Score: 4.5
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Description

Sometime in the late nineteenth century, Jonathan Harker, a young English lawyer, is traveling to the Castle Dracula, which is located in Transylvania, in order to finalize a transfer of real estate in England to Count Dracula.

Reviews

  • The book is awesome

    5
    By Masrhid
    This book is just awesome...the writer is a jineus.....gonna read this book 100 times.....
  • Fantastic

    5
    By Potzilla
    Took me a while to read but was such a great read I kept coming back wanting to know more!
  • Awesome book

    5
    By Ashwansday
    There was alot of tension and questions?? It was just awesome
  • Dracula

    5
    By Scooter Cat
    A very good read. I can believe that when it was written it would have brought all the fears of the unliving to the readers of Victoian times. Now to watch the movie!!!
  • Dracula

    5
    By les McConnell
    A fabulous classic! I could not put it down. So much more detail to the powers of a vampire as well as the limitations. The writing flows. Bram Stoker was a master.
  • Skinjacker Trilogy

    5
    By Joshuagentile
    Check out the book series of Neal shusterman called the skinjacker Trilogy the books are (book one) EVERLOST (book two) EVERWILD (book three) EVERFOUND these books are amazing
  • Dracula

    5
    By Vampy vamperson
    Excellent book. Could not put it down. Highly recommended.
  • Dracula

    4
    By Euphagia
    Recommended reading for anyone who wishes to discover the original source of the current vampire craze. As with most "period" writing, it is a real eye-opener to see how social mores change over a hundred years or so . . .
  • Dracula

    5
    By Funsmurfcanafa
    Cool. Book . Worth re reading
  • Awesome

    5
    By TheRealSkyFall
    One of the best books I have ever read. Love the diary approach.

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