Thanks for your recommendation.
This is collection of short stories. Mainly contains a great collection of paranormal or supernatural stories from Victorian era, first published in 1914, two years after Stoker’s death. It also contains a deleted first chapter from novel ”Dracula”.
But it took me ‘forever’ to read this book. I kept putting it down and not really wanting to pick it back. I found it little extra detailed about the places, houses and surroundings. But its fascinating and kind of exploration of the origins of the vampire in modern literature. I would recommend this book to patient readers who are ready to read all descriptions even though it seems unnecessary sometimes.
- “Dracula’s Guest”
- “The Judge’s House”
- “The Squaw”
- “The Secret of the Growing Gold”
- “A Gipsy Prophecy”
- “The Coming of Abel Behenna”
- “The Burial of the Rats”
- “A Dream of Red Hands”
- “Crooken Sands”
I should warn you that all stories are not about vampires. Only Dracula’s…
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