• Tarynn Parsons

    The best vampire book ever: Dracula!!!

  • Lori Smith

    Bram Stokers Dracula - My #1 all-time FAVORITE book

  • Simone St. James

    One of my all time favorite novels... it just gets better (and stranger) with every reread.

  • D. Victoria B

    Dracula ~ Bram Stoker. I used to hate this book but after reading it NOT in high school, I realized it isn't nearly as dry as I remember. In fact it's quite risque and sensational for its time. A good read.

  • Michelle Johnston

    Jarrah Jungle: Book Club Book Review: Dracula by Bram Stoker I give this classic gothic horror 2 stars out of 5.

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