Mary Seward thought she had escaped the darkness of Transylvania. But now, back in England, she has terrible nightmares, fears the night, and sees vampires everywhere she turns. When a strange virus weakens her father, Mary suspects that there?s a far more sinister explanation for the disease than doctors can provide.
Then Mary?s worst nightmare comes true: Quincey Harker, heir to Count Dracula?s bloodline, appears in England. He declares his eternal love for Mary and claims he has renounced his evil heritage.
Is he telling the truth?or playing a deadly game?
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - lkmuir - LibraryThing
In this story told primarily through journal entries, a British soldier in World War I makes the horrifying discovery that his regiment commander is descended from Count Dracula. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Beatles101 - LibraryThing
Squeamish readers beware. This book is a very well-written "sequel" to Bram Stokers "Dracula," and is true to it. I found it to be somewhat of an odd story, but that may just be my own personal preferences. Read full review