It is one of those books that you just will not want to stop reading.
If you've seen the movies or read other vampire stories and think you know The Count, I suggest you read this book to know the real Dracula.
Even though the language got a little bit burdensome, I really enjoyed the story in the way was told.
Great book nothing like a classic moving on to the next one but can't wait for the kids to read it.Published 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
What can one say about a classic? I hadn't read it in years, so I really enjoyed reacquainting myself with the story.Published 8 days ago by Michelle E. Shephard
A classic, for sure, but that doesn't necessarily make it a masterpiece. Great portions of the book feel irrelevant, and most of the time the reader falls prey to unyielding... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Steven Morrison
Although the book can bog down at times in redundant detail, I still enjoyed reading it. It was interesting to see the original and compare it to all of its progeny. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Classic Lit Fan
Okay so much fun as the other side effects and drug interactions for you guys think about the position and would like a lot more than happy birthday.Published 10 days ago by Password Missing