Dracula - Bram Stoker


By Bram Stoker

  • Release Date - Published: 1897-05-26
  • Book Genre: Horror
  • Author: Bram Stoker
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 7,272 Ratings)

Dracula Bram Stoker read online review & book description:

An Apple Books Classic edition.

Few characters have seized readers’ imaginations quite like Count Dracula of Transylvania, the hero of Bram Stoker’s classic. The 1897 novel put vampires front and center on the cultural map, providing direct inspiration for an entire subgenre of bloodsucker fiction - including blockbusters like theTwilight series and Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles - and spawning hundreds of movie adaptations!

Stoker’s novel is a thrill ride, following Dracula as he moves from Transylvania to England in search of fresh blood, while a small but dedicated group attempts to thwart him. Want more Stoker? Check out his great-grandnephew Dacre Stoker’s 2018 novel, Dracul.

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Posted Reviews

  • I’ve seen the movie but the book was is definitely better

    By Cus Le
    The ending in the movie different but was it better?????
  • Enjoyable

    By Dfgyygyyyttt
    Very enjoyable classic. It makes you understand aspects of our general western culture.
  • Suspenseful to the very end

    By tariqibnziyad
    A must read, several instances of adrenaline action and suspense. No movie can do what his book does.
  • Worth it

    By Gece84
    Different from the movie
  • Dracula

    By crabby old bat
    Remove book
  • Dracula

    By D. Jaques
    Great classic book!😃
  • A True Classic

    By rvng is coming
    So much of what modern horror and drama are based on comes from this classic. So often copied, but never as good as the original.
  • Dracula Is One Of My Favorites

    By Brian DeLury
    Dracula is one of my favorites, and considering that it’s a horror kind of story, I’d figure it was an appropriate time to read it in the month of October, and I really enjoyed it, in spite of it being a bit scary. However, I wasn’t scared of reading it. If you’re a fan of horror stories, I would recommend reading Dracula.
  • Dracula

    By wishing i had never bought HP
    I am not a fan of horror stories, but I consider this literature. There is so much more to this book than most might expect, having mainly known this story through the Hollywood films inspired by the book. The story is told in a novel way for the era, through diary entries and letters, newspaper stories, etc, and this gives it a taste of ordinary, real life that gradually builds to the revelation of the monstrous. The reader realizes the horror of the situation at the same pace as the characters within the story come to realize it, pulling the reader into the terror and complexity of the situation.
  • Can not danowload??

    By Curlymonster

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