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User Review  - phoenixcomet - LibraryThing

Written in 1897, it is a testament to brilliant writing that Dracula can still be enjoyed today as a work of literature. Written in the form of diary entries and from the viewpoint of several ... Read full review

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User Review  - JGolomb - LibraryThing

It's Gothic, intricate, romantic, tragic, fun and surprising. I haven't read Stoker's original "Dracula" in about 20 years and most of the details I'd either forgotten or had been smudged, smeared ... Read full review

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User Review  - peleluna - LibraryThing

Wow...I'm ashamed to say I'm the vampire fan who has neglected this classic. The darkness of the psyche, impact of new technology on society, and a strong feminine character (the pistol wielding Mina ... Read full review

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User Review  - SqueakyChu - LibraryThing

Vampires and classic novels are not my thing. The odd part of this equation is that I just finished reading Bram Stoker’s Dracula and loved it! Epistolary novels, in this case a novel told in diary ... Read full review

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User Review  - exlibrisbitsy - LibraryThing

The book Dracula is nothing like any of the movies or TV shows that try to depict him. There are no capes, unnaturally pointed faces or strangely coiffed hair, and no one ever says, “I vant to suck ... Read full review

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User Review  - aarondesk - LibraryThing

A great read. It lacks the action that many modern-era books have, but that is all the charm of the book. The suspense and drama is still there. Read full review

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User Review  - Brooklynguy - LibraryThing

Will not go into the story, as it is all too familiar, at least elements of it, to all. Told mostly in the form of personal diaries and journals. The style of writing reflects the time it was written ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jthierer - LibraryThing

I think the first 50 pages or so of this novel are some of the best ever written. Harker's naive excitement about his first big assignment quickly turns to horror. The rest of the story continues the ... 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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User Review  - fig2 - LibraryThing

Don't bother with lame movies: read the real story. It's chilling, spooky, moody and exceedingly creepy. Excellent! Read full review


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