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This book was very well written and factual; unlike some of the other books I have read on Countess Elizabeth Bathory.
It took a great deal of effort from the author to translate all those original documents to the English language and the fruit of her work can be enjoyed in this book.
Intriguing, frightening and exciting all in one, I finished reading this book within two days as I just could not put it down.
No quality book publisher would release trash like this, hence it is a self published book, which anyone can do these days. An editor would have chopped this book into pieces. Read morePublished 4 hours ago by nothingt5
This is a fascinating story that appears to be well researched. It is definitely worth the read. My only regret is that Lady Bathory had a dearth of writings.Published 18 days ago by Jeremy B. Davis
Well researched but very repetitive in parts - I am not sure why the author felt the need to quote redundant witness testimony several times especially when it provided no new... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tamara Ing
This wasn't really a book for casual or fun reading. While the story itself is interesting, this book is more a detailed review of the facts. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tori Powroznik
Definitely an interesting read, both from a historical standpoint and from a kindle reading standpoint because close to half of the book is appendixes! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Erin
Good read if you are into historic unexplained and lightly horrific stories. Easy reading with more room to analyse the story for yourself.Published 6 months ago by Peti
Having to do with one of the major historical people that have shaped the Western Vampire Mythos and taking place in the Transylvania this book was of great interest to me. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mr. Spooky
Now here is a gal to be reconkoned with. It of course is difficult to
establish really how much is truth and how much is "hearsay",
but it made for a great read. Read more