by Bram Stoker
Review of Dracula by Bram Stoker
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one of the greatest novels ever written...period. the epistolary structure of the book allows the reader
to get a good insight of a character, through the own character's perspectives as well as other character's
perspectives. the way Dracula is portrayed in the book is just mind-blowing. he is the quintesential serial
killer. for those who have read twilight, read this and see what a vampire really is, and how evil the
Count is in actuality. just mind-blowing.
Dracula by Bram Stoker was reviewed by Skyler
one of the most boring books I have ever read! The only part I found interesting was the very begining. It took
me nearly 4 months to finish it, do to the fact that every time I picked it up I had the urge to burn it. How
can this book even be on the list? It's utterly horrifeing! I do not recomened it.
Dracula by Bram Stoker was reviewed by Sam
masterfully writes a genius work of art in the novel Dracula. He uses a strange way of writing to
intensify the terror of Dracula. It is incredible how his one novel created a whole genre of horror about
vampires. Just think if he hadn't written Dracula, Twilight probably would have never existed. Stoker uses
incredible themes such as: Light vs. Dark,
Love, and Immortality, to create a novel that willterrorize, but will leave you saying,
Dracula by Bram Stoker was reviewed by William
master work of horror and vampires is ever surpassed on this list by any teen age vampire dramas I will kill
myself and everyone else. Glad to see that Dracula has been able to fend off Twilight thus far.
Keep voting people.
Dracula by Bram Stoker was reviewed by Anon
novel with a very unique style of writing. Whole story is told by various journal, letter and diary entries of
various characters. Very scary at certain points. This novel is one of the best novels that I have ever read and
has everything that a scary novel should have in it. a masterpiece from Bram Stoker. this is the novel that laid
foundation for vampire novels and movies.
Dracula by Bram Stoker was reviewed by Basra Jatt
by Bram Stoker is like no novel I’ve ever read before. The way
the story is told is very strange in that rather than having a narrator or a main character telling the story
from the first person, it’s told through a series of diary entries, letters, and such. To make it even more strange the diary entries and letters come from a variety
of characters in the book.
The novel opens with a journal entry in
Jonathon Harker’s journal detailing his trip to Dracula’s castle in Transylvania. The suspense and horror begin on his approach to the castle and don’t stop
until the book is over.
The way it’s all put together shows the absolute mastery of Bram Stoker.
I give Dracula a 9 out of 10.
Dracula by Bram Stoker was reviewed by Anonymous
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