Dracula - Bram Stoker

Dracula

By Bram Stoker

  • Release Date: 1912-01-01
  • Genre: Horror
  • Size: 353.91 KB
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

  • Too Scary

    1
    By Kellen Bamks
    Book bad. Too scary for me. Don’t let your kids read it.
  • Dracula

    5
    By Big COUNT DRACULA FAN
    This is a book my father always read to everyone in the house and some parts scared me as 6 years old but I am 47 now and this book still gives me the creeps so I just want to let you know if you don’t know this book you should ask somebody about it and then read it because this book is a classic book and I love this book so pls read this book
  • Fabulous!

    5
    By Reubens
    Excellent!
  • Deacula

    5
    By Anele zalez
    Wonderful narrative, full of details and excitement.
  • Spoilers!

    4
    By Three Milks
    Although it can sometimes be a little hard to understand the story it tells is amazing it is truly saddening at Renfields and Quincy’s death and Lucy’s death as a vampire didn’t seem sad but almost like an occasion the only thing that was off-putting was that Arthur and Seward get married after Lucy but at least they are happy
  • Fantastic Book

    5
    By TheEnderBryan
    I really enjoyed this book and definitely recommend it. It has a slow start to it but after that it picks up in pace and is just wonderful.
  • Dracula

    5
    By JBMont90
    Invigorating. Horribly outstanding. Bram Stoker’s masterpiece continues to burn through the passing of the years and still remains one of the most well written and classically acclaimed horror stories in history.
  • A classic that haunts modern day

    5
    By MommaMira
    The best vampire book. Hands down. This classic is sure to please and you’ll refer to it over and over again.
  • One of the finest books of the Victorian Era

    5
    By crow369
    I enjoyed this book and even though the story has been repeated an ungodly amount of times. None of them hold a candle to the original.
  • Classic Horror

    5
    By Dwardeng
    To this day the original story of Dracula is still by far the scariest.

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