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User Review  - marcoguarda - LibraryThing

Renfield appears in many adaptations of Stoker's work, often in an expanded role. In "Nosferatu," by F.W Murnau, 1922, hes the real estate agent who employs Harker. In "Dracula," by T.Browning, 1931 ... Read full review

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User Review  - JennyElizabeth - LibraryThing

Stoker is a genius at creating haunting effects. The epistolary novel worked brilliantly and I was on pace with the several narrators as I read voraciously through the novel. I loved the manipulation ... Read full review

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User Review  - she_climber - LibraryThing

I loved this story! It was fun to see how far, and not, vampires have come over the years to this day of vampire-mania where we are now. There is nothing like the original. I also couldn't help but ... Read full review

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Dracula is the best Vampire book till date

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i loved the imagery, as if you are standing in the middle of scene, the horror, the chill that it brings. Very gripping tale, strengthening the myth about the kings of Vampire, the narration by way of memoirs,diaries and journals, defines the uniqueness of every character, the behaviour and beliefs.
The portrayal of Dracula,the minute details about its survival as undead,just makes you nervous and
interesting at the same moment.
Very interesting read...i am glad i read it.

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amazing, creepy gothic novel.

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User Review  - ARBraun7 - LibraryThing

The first great vampire novel! I struggled with the old-world language, but appreciated their faith and that it's a superb story. Read full review

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User Review  - stasch7856 - LibraryThing

Two of the horror genres greatest creatures in one volume .... 'nuff said! Read full review

Review: Dracula (Oxford Bookworms: Stage 2)

User Review  - Cathie - Goodreads

Long before Twilight there was Count Dracula. The perfect gothic, horror story; Dracula is sensual and terrifying, beautiful and creepy, attractive and utterly repelling. THIS is the vampire book to read. Read full review

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User Review  - jcelrod - LibraryThing

My favorite gothic novel of all time. Read full review

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