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Fred Saberhagen & James V. Hart – Bram Stoker’s Dracula

Posted by demonik on August 22, 2007

Fred Saberhagen & James V. Hart – Bram Stoker’s Dracula (Signet, 1992)

Bram Stoker's Dracula

The ultimate retelling of a story that has mesmerised readers for nearly a century.

From the dank crypt of his foreboding castle in the forests of Transylvania to the bustling, foggy street of Victorian London, Count Dracula comes to claim his victims to feed the lustful hunger that has damned him to a life of lonely immortality … and to bind to him an innocent young woman – the miraculous double image of the love that he lost four centuries earlier.

Here is the extraordinary story of a creature possessed of an irresistible sexuality and a powerful evil as old as time itself. This unforgettable classic of darkly erotic horror is now a magnificent motion picture from Francis Ford Coppola, featuring an internationally celebrated cast.


One Response to “Fred Saberhagen & James V. Hart – Bram Stoker’s Dracula”

  1. christine said

    Entertaining, fruity novelisation of an entertaining, fruity movie. That fabulous vampire movie costuming, sets and photography… and a book is equally yummy.

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