Dracula and Other Horror Classics by Bram Stoker 2013 Illustrated LeatherBound Sealed

Dracula and Other Horror Classics By Bram Stoker Dracula and Other Horror Classics collects the most memorable tales of horror by Bram Stoker. In addition to Dracula–the landmark vampire novel that set the pattern for virtually all vampire fiction written after its publication in 1897–this omnibus collects the novels The Jewel of Seven Stars and

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Dracula and Other Horror Classics

By Bram Stoker

Dracula and Other Horror Classics collects the most memorable tales of horror by Bram Stoker. In addition to Dracula–the landmark vampire novel that set the pattern for virtually all vampire fiction written after its publication in 1897–this omnibus collects the novels The Jewel of Seven Stars and The Lair of the White Worm. In also includes a dozen of Stoker’s short tales of the macabre, including “Dracula’s Guest,” a sidebar to his famous novel.
For more than a century, Bram Stoker’s fiction has inspired countless writers of horror and fantasy fiction. This volume allows readers a unique opportunity to appreciate the full range of his dark imagination.

Product Details:
Publication date: 7/22/2013
Pages: 768
Product dimensions: 6.3(w) x 9.1(h) x 1.8(d)
Product Condition: Brand New. Factory Sealed. Gift condition.
Package Information: This book will be packaged in Brand New Box of size 10x8x2

Comments

Librarian says:

Nicely formatted edition I find it difficult to imagine that anyone reading this review does not already know the essential story and fame of Bram Stoker’s classic vampire novel, “Dracula,” so I will not insult your intelligence or waste your time by rehashing its plot. Suffice it to say this book is comfortably old-fashioned and unnervingly creepy, not the first vampire novel, but in many ways the definitive one. But several things should be noted. (1) The Dracula depicted in the book is somewhat different from the…

Amazon Customer says:

The First and Still Greatest Vampire Story Ever Told I’ve read this book a number of times during my life. The first time I read it I was probably 14 or so. And I remember thinking that it was really difficult at first to follow as Stoker used an entirely different narrative technique bouncing from person to person. But I caught on and was soon totally engrossed in the story. I loved it then. 

John P. Salvaggio says:

Best version out there This is the best version of Dracula I have read in years, Totally Un abridged and accurate to the original 1897 printing. If you can’t afford a first edition- which cost thousands, then this is a nice substitute. Rich black leather binding, great bookmark, the pages are slightly tanned or faded to give it that authentic aged look. the cover art is very interesting, rather dark and is an attension-grabber. The red leaf pages are OUTRAGEOUS, and truly make this the buy of a lifetime. Great for…

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