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This is a beautiful copy of such a classic book it is smaller than most leather-bound classics and instead of it having a sliver or gold edge to the pages its a matte grey so the... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Whitney
A well read/acted, enjoyable classic. The readers make the book.Published 11 days ago by Eva B. McKenzie
The images evoked are nothing like those that the movie(s) present. It is a tale told from the perspective of those who "lived it". That's all I'm going to say. Read morePublished 11 days ago by G.
First off, this book is not "horror" in the modern sense, in that it isn't scary at all. It's a little creepy, but it mostly reads more like a suspense/mystery than horror... Read morePublished 13 days ago by M. Ivey
This is NOT the Dracula of the movies. This is a wonderful book that high schoolers should be reading instead of some of the newer books on the market today. Read morePublished 13 days ago by jenni
The entire vampire genre comes from this source. It is an important resource.
I found this copy lacking on my Kindle. Read more