DraculaeBook - 2006
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What do you get when you meet a man who posses supernatural powers and just so happens to be a vampire? This novel, first published in 1897.
You haven't been seduced by a mysterious vampire in a crumbling castle, have you?
Unforgettable and gripping! The epistolary style Stoker used really makes the story come alive.
Don't let a suave aristocratic man in a crumbling castle fool you: he's a vampire. (No sparkling skin, sorry not sorry). But Count Dracula can control the weather and turn into an animal. And he's going after your blood, especially if you're a chaste and innocent maiden named Mina Murray.
The one that redefined the vampire genre with the infamous, sinister vampire lord. Somehow the epistolary style makes it even creepier.
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There are darknesses in life and there are lights, and you are one of the lights, the light of all lights.