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Posts in Topic : All Forums | Horror | Anyone read Dracula: the Un-dead by D. Stoker & I. Holt?
Started 20/01/2010 00:13:04 by cathaven. Topic has 3 reply(s).

cathaven

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Anyone read Dracula: the Un-dead by D. Stoker & I. Holt?
#1 Posted 20/01/2010 00:13:04
Dracula: the Un-dead

Dracula: the Un-dead
Dacre Stoker

I heard about this official sequel recently & just checked it out on amazon. It gets scathing reviews. Is it really that bad?

 

cathaven

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Re:Anyone read Dracula: the Un-dead by D. Stoker & I. Holt?
#2 Posted 10/03/2010 22:58:06

Hmmm. I'll take that as a "no" then! LOL

 

lunar

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Re:Anyone read Dracula: the Un-dead by D. Stoker & I. Holt?
#3 Posted 26/12/2011 13:01:14

Oh dear- I've got it in my to read pile- it was in The Works for 3 for £5.00 though so I've only spent £1.67 of so on it if it is terrible, I think it would be difficult to follow on from Bram Stoker.

 

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Re:Anyone read Dracula: the Un-dead by D. Stoker & I. Holt?
#4 Posted 15/02/2012 10:51:01

I read this a couple of years ago and I was not impressed. For me it was more about Dacre cashing in on his family history and not any actual writing ability and he actually changes the timings of the original story so it fits with what he wants. Personally it is worth a read in a sense but be warned it is not that good at all.