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.
Boring. I was thinking that I could do something more fun
This digital copy is perfect, it had the whole story and no missing parts. Sure it is plain but it was exactly what I was looking for when I wanted to read the original Dracula story.
Dracula by Bram Stoker
By rattle buster
This is a fabulous book, although long. But, once finished, you realize it could not have been shorter so keep with it. Stoker uses plot to bring what at first seem to be disparate character threads together and makes great use of tension right up to the last. I couldn’t put the book down. What a genius to write such a book that withstands the test of time. A true classic.
great free book!
The Dracula Epic.
A epic, masterful account of the cursed and the swords that fell him. Bram Stoker delivers an exquisitely comprehensive journey from the Count’s castle to London to the majestic Carpathian Mountains and the mythical region of Transylvania. The story unfolds itself almost exclusively through journal and diary writings detailing the vampire’s stranglehold over beasts and weather and the dramatic chase to end his cursed reign over dear Madam Mina and all those he commands. An elaborate tale, deliciously articulated with climactic resolve.
It's the most amazing thing I've ever seen.............…………………… it's a bananana next to a bananana
By Gimpy biker
I just finished reading a book I really didn't have a lot of interest in but it was a freebie on Apple iBooks. It pulled me in and I really enjoyed it. It wasn't too spooky but the writing format was a little odd until I got into it.
By Mom's Wish List
Incredibly well written and enthralling!
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Good book good book very good book. I like it so much I put under my pillow and sleep with it
O.V. (Original Vampire)
By Tadziu k
From what I understand, this is the first piece of media involving vampires. I guess Mr. Stoker mentioned a book in an interview, cited it as inspiration, and hoped, also, that another author would complete her scholarly work of the nosferatu. However, this seems to be the original, gold standard of vampires. Anyone looking for more information on where vampires come from will find it interesting. It is allegedly gathered from all the myths and traditions.
However, anyone looking for a good story and not considering it an essential piece of literature to our culture, is better off choosing a more modern book. Dracula drags on and on between scary parts. And the philosophy, or "moral" of the story is so obvious and wordy, it makes you think there must be a different meaning.