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Dracula: The Un-Dead

Dacre Stoker, Author, Ian Holt, Author
Dacre Stoker, Author, Ian Holt, Author . Dutton $26.95 (432p) ISBN 978-0-525-95129-2
Reviewed on: 08/24/2009
Release date: 10/01/2009
Paperback - 424 pages - 978-0-00-731034-0
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In this sequel to Bram Stoker's Dracula , his great-grandnephew offers one of the rowdiest revisionist treatments of the most influential vampire novel ever written. In 1912, as Stoker labors to adapt Dracula for the stage, its “characters” are dying gruesomely all over London. It turns out they are as real as Stoker himself, who learned their secret story on the sly and took creative liberties when turning it into his popular penny dreadful. Dracula's true story involves the passing of his blood line through Mina Harker to her son; a malignant Dr. Van Helsing, who Scotland Yard suspects had a hand in the murders attributed to Jack the Ripper; and the exploits of a 16th-century vampire countess, Dracula's former lover, who cuts a bloody swath through London seeking the survivors of Dracula's last stand in Transylvania. Energetically paced and packed with outrageously entertaining action, this supernatural thriller is a well-needed shot of fresh blood for the Dracula mythos. (Oct.)

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