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Book Review - Dracula by Bram Stoker

Title: Dracula

Author: Bram Stoker

Year written: 1897

Publisher and year: Penguin Classics, 2011

ISBN Number: 978-0-141-19688-6

Another classic that’s been on my to read list for a while and I did start it around Halloween as another kind of spooky book, it’s just taken me a while to read it. 1,501 more words


Sex and horror: dark pleasures of fear and desire

Horror is seductive.

It’s like the promise of sex, inviting us in.
It pulls at your guts and prickles your skin, and works icy fingers through your blood. 968 more words

Erotic Literature

Transylvania 100 - an adventure through the alpine-like scenery of rural Transylvania

The Transylvania 100 is a new mountain ultra which crosses one of most beautiful and mysterious regions of eastern Europe.

On May 17th, 2014, runners will assemble on a start-line beneath Dracula’s Castle in the village of Bran, ready for a 100km adventure through the alpine-like scenery of rural Transylvania. 132 more words


'Count …The Legend of Dracula' Frightfully Entertaining Despite Flaws

Lake Erie Ballet with Neos Dance Theatre – Count …The Legend of Dracula
Lake Erie Ballet Performance Studios
Erie, Pennsylvania
November 5, 2015

Reviewed by Steve Sucato… 829 more words

Dance Reviews 2015

Book Review: Dracula by Bran Stroker 

Days are going by so fast and I’m still lacking behind on my reading. Convocation took up all of my weekend and I’m still swapped with work which needs to be submitted. 243 more words

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The Good Host

A Jane Austen parody by Dean Currie

Chapter I

Marya sighed as she gazed into the dull brown beauty of her most treasured possession; a faded photograph her father had given her many years prior. 1,219 more words


Dracula @The Arnos Vale Cemetery Review

Red Rope‘s production of Liz Lochhead‘s adaption of Dracula is a worthy, well-timed revival. Directed by Matt Grinter, a well-established figure on the Bristol theatre scene, the production takes place very much on location in… 527 more words