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Too Many Books

I store my classics on a bookshelf on the downstairs landing. These days, each time I pass, my eyes are drawn to two selections: Wuthering Heights… 237 more words

Reading

Castle Dracula Dublin

Looking for a good scare? This tour tells the story of Dracula bringing you through Castle Dracula’s Tunnels, Spinning Bridges, the Gargoyle Courtyard, up to the Haunted Library and the Graveyard Theatre Great fun and a good way to spend an evening. 58 more words

Tours

Vienna Ditto - Long Way Down

After consoling myself that this wasn’t in fact going to be a cover of Blur’s ‘Country House‘ (see opening riff), Vienna Ditto filled me with intrigue as they piece together something that sounds like a Quentin Tarantino movie in which he’s hired Dracula to get behind the organ and channel an other-worldly musical spirit. 153 more words

Reviews

Novel Review - Dracula: the Undead (Freda Warrington)

Dracula: The Undead is an unofficial sequel to Bran Stoker’s vampire classic, Dracula. Actually, there are at least two books by this name. One is written by Freda Warrington, a British writer, and was released in 1997 – the original’s 100th anniversary. 891 more words

Novels

It All Starts with Dracula

I have kept a reading log for over seven straight years. It documents every book that I have read in that time period. I have been very meticulous with it over the years, and sometimes I have forgotten to update it. 625 more words

Bram Stoker

Penny Dreadful: demons, creatures and werewolves, oh my!

Attention: Spoilers Ahead

As a lover of all things gothic and deeply rooted in literature, I was drawn to Showtime’s “Penny Dreadful” for a few reasons. 752 more words

Current Read: Dracula

Page to Date: 210 of 342

My summer will be filled with reading! My last book was The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde and my current book is Dracula by Bram Stoker. 109 more words

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