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Dracul The Prequel To Dracula, Inspired By Notes And Texts Left Behind By The Author Of The Classic Novel, Dracul Is A Riveting Novel Of Gothic Suspense That Reveals Not Only Dracula S True Origins But Bram Stoker S And The Tale Of The Enigmatic Woman Who Connects Them.It Is 1868, And A Twenty One Year Old Bram Stoker Waits In A Desolate Tower To Face An Indescribable Evil Armed Only With Crucifixes, Holy Water, And A Rifle, He Prays To Survive A Single Night, The Longest Of His Life Desperate To Record What He Has Witnessed, Bram Scribbles Down The Events That Led Him HereA Sickly Child, Bram Spent His Early Days Bedridden In His Parents Dublin Home, Tended To By His Caretaker, A Young Woman Named Ellen Crone When A String Of Strange Deaths Occur In A Nearby Town, Bram And His Sister Matilda Detect A Pattern Of Bizarre Behavior By Ellen A Mystery That Deepens Chillingly Until Ellen Vanishes Suddenly From Their Lives Years Later, Matilda Returns From Studying In Paris To Tell Bram The News That She Has Seen Ellen And That The Nightmare They Ve Thought Long Ended Is Only Beginning.

10 thoughts on “Dracul

  1. says:

    It is believed that the strongest of them can assume any form, be it bat, wolf, swirling mist, even human They can appear young, old, or any age between Some can manipulate the elements, producing fog, storms, crashing thunder Their motives remain unknown, but one thing is clear they leave a trail of death in their wake, thinking noof a human life than we would the life of a fly Dacre Stoker knows a thing or two about vampires, D

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    MalignantThe comparisons and connections between Dracul and Bram Stoker s Dracula are inevitable and unavoidable After all, this is the story of Bram Stoker s early life, his family and what may have been the catalyst for his classic vampire story Dracula has become the most popular monster figure ever, spawning a ubiquitous vampire theme across multiple genres In Bram s life, the second half of the 19th century, vampires were seen as

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    This is a prequel, if you will, to the timeless novel Dracula with none other than Bram Stoker himself as the protagonist Thankfully, these are not sparkly, shiny vampires What we have here is a blood curdling tale that would make the Count proud Elegantly written and atmospheric thi...

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    It s Horror Week here at Goodreads, and what better way to start it off than by reading a seriously chilling tale Dracul will have you hiding under the covers and wishing for morning light I practically learned to read by devouring horror books and there simply was no better horror story than Dracula For decades writers have attempted to recreate the image of Dracula or to write sequels about the Count All fell miserably short of success until

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    There are surely many who have wondered where Bram Stoker got his idea forDraculaAfter creating an interesting sequel to his ancestor s popular book, Dacre Stoker decided to team up with J.D Barker to pen this prequel of sorts, though its exploration is less of Prince Count Dracula than of a younger Bram Stoker It is here that the seeds of all things ghoulish germinated, or so the reader is led to believe Bram Stoker was quite a sickly child, being

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    An intriguing gothic horror book, told from the point of view of several members of the Stoker family, including Bram, as well as his sister and brother It tells the tale of Bram s childhood, where he was very sickly, on the verge of death, through to his adulthood Bram had a nanny named Ellen when he was a boy, she seemed a bit of a creepy character, disappearing for days at a time, and sleeping in a box of dirt Yet she seems to have healed Bram s ailme

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    What a perfect choice this book was to read on Halloween Delightfully spooky, frequently gruesome and in parts really scary Amazingly Dracul is a prequel to the famous Dracula and as such it is perfect It tells of the young Bram Stoker and his siblings growing up and the impact that their rather unusual nanny has on their young lives Bram in particular has a very close relationship with her and this leads to events which culminate in their meeting with Dracul

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    She was there at my beginning, and will no doubt be there for my end, as I was for hers This was, and always shall be, our danceDacre Stoker J.D BarkerDescend into the dark reality and fictional world of the man who wrote the original Dracula An account of diary entries by Bram Stoker himself, woven into a fictional plot that has created this stunning prequelWhat does that say The Dead travel fast Welcome to Draculfor the devil claims their soul, and the gates of

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    4 creepiness factor starsMy reviews can be seen here Even immortals have their beginnings Talk about a perfect Halloween book This one had it all vampires galore, unsuspecting victims, and an atmospheric persona that would frighten anyone Make sure if you embark upon Dracul you have the lights on, you are not alone, and you are ready to tackle the monsters conjured up in this prequel to the novel, Dracula, written in 1897 by the Irish author Bram Str 4 creepiness facto

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    5 5 stars Going into this I wasn t sure what to expect, but at the halfway point I said to myself Without a doubt, Dracul is going to become a new favorite of mine , and I was not wrong in assuming as much Being the prequel to Dracula which I have yet to read I had reasonably high hopes that this would be a story that I would end up fully engrossed in, tha...

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