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Bram Stoker's Lair of the White Worm
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I enjoy the story, mostly because I adore Victorian fiction. I do not, however, enjoy a book that has been edited a century after the author's death in order to save the reader from words that are not acceptable any more.
The new heir to the Caswall estate, Edgar Caswall appears to be making some sort of a mesmeric assault on a local girl. And, a local lady, Arabella March, seems to be running a game of her own, perhaps angling to become Mrs. Caswall. There is something strange about Lady March, something inexplicable and evil.
This book has elements that should make it a gripping story. Unfortunately, the tendency of the characters to move on, after a fantastic event, as if nothing unusual had happened gives the story a disjointed, surreal feel. This story just does not come together, but rambles along to its uninspiring conclusion. I do not recommend this book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is incoherent. Stoker describes how a character has been sent away for their safety, then in the next scene they're back, no explanation provided. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Shaun_K
Really creepy and scary store. Loved it and would highly recommend it to anybody that is interested in Bram Stoker's mind.Published on December 6, 2012 by James A. Stewart
I had read that Bram Stoker was in the throes of addiction when he wrote this book. This is quite evident when reading it. The book is disjointed and all over the place. Read morePublished on March 5, 2012 by s_corpion
The Lair of the White Worm (which is also known as The Garden of Evil) is a classic horror novel by Bram Stoker, who is most famous for Dracula (1897), regarded as the greatest... Read morePublished on January 4, 2008 by Carl Savich