Dracula and Other Horror Classics

Dracula and Other Horror Classics

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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.

Dracua and Other Horror Classics is one of Barnes & Noble's leatherbound classic editions. Each volume features authoritative texts by the world's greatest authors, in exquisitely designed bonded-leather bindings with distinctive gilt edging and an attractive silk-ribbon bookmark. Decorative, durable, and collectible, these books offer hours of pleasure to readers young and old and are an indispensible cornerstone for every home library.

Title:Dracula and Other Horror Classics
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781435142817
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    Dracula and Other Horror Classics Reviews

  • Just Josie

    Dracula and Other Horror Classic At last- this has been a new journey for me. A side project actually. I have been wanted to read what we today consider “Classics” for a long time now and since it...

  • J Beckett

    I attempted to tackle this book when I was a curious and rambunctious 10 year old. The story was legendary, but I wasn't made aware that the language would drain my blood with as much fervor as the pr...

  • Shannon S.

    In some ways, the novel resembles little more than an epistolary Victorian sex fantasy. Fans of "Twilight" will hate this book; that quality alone would sway my opinion in its favor. You could write o...

  • Katharine Willard

    Dracula - I was worried initially that the writing style would be too difficult to grasp, but I was pleasantly surprised that it was rather easy. From what I can remember (I did begin this in April af...

  • Scott Southard

    I wil be reviewing this in the future on WKAR's Current State. Stay tuned......

  • Caroline

    I'll just paste in all my separate reviews of the stories:Dracula: Full review here: http://www.obscuraundead.com/blog/201...The Jewel Of Seven Stars: As many times as I have read Dracula, I have neve...

  • Jonathan Gasana

    I loved Bram Stoker!!! With this I finally got to read Dracula, and what a true literary classic. So much suspense throughout and it was clearly meant to be more than a horror novel as it went into de...

  • Patty Zuiderwijk

    Story: 4/5Characters: 4/5Writing: 4/5Reread: Yes, I have read this book multiple times already so this won't be the last time....

  • Elise

    Disclaimer: I only read Dracula from this book, not the other stories. The beginning from Jonathan Harker's perspective was such riveting and exciting reading, but after that it was such a drag. It wa...

  • Murder She Reads

    Very cool to read it in the old English style. Does require a lot of concentration because it isn't the way we talk nowadays. Highly recommend it if you're a fan of the classic horror tales!...