Dracula - Bram Stoker


By Bram Stoker

  • Release Date: 1912-01-01
  • Genre: Horror
  • Size: 353.91 KB
Score: 4.5
From 2,154 Ratings

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Sometime in the late nineteenth century, Jonathan Harker, a young English lawyer, is traveling to the Castle Dracula, which is located in Transylvania, in order to finalize a transfer of real estate in England to Count Dracula.


  • Terrible

    By HPS is terrible
    Too many pages
  • Horrible

    By cupcakelover._.-_-
    I was sleeping on the 3rd page boring useless and it was so unfacanting whoever wrote this take it down right NOW thank you and do not read this
  • Mr.

    By Bogdan Sturz
    Lovely read.....much bettter than the movie!
  • Good read

    By paulmcneil69
    Anticlimax ending, glad I read it though
  • Fantastic

    By MonicwK
    Bram Stoker's Dracula is a very enjoyable read. It is written in the form of various diaries, in the perspective of the main characters. Although Dracula is a story that I was somewhat familiar with (from popular culture), the book was still interesting and filled with suspense. Would highly recommend.
  • its ok

    By patiuk999
    its ok
  • Gr8 m9

    By HarryAvocado
    This book was gr9 m9. Tell that Bram Stoker lad he is sick at writing books, coz this was a real funny book. I enjoyed it. Thanx for the read Bram.
  • Transylvanian

    By Caretaker23
    This book is simply stunning, full of adventure and well written!!!! A must read to all adventure lovers
  • The Horror Classic that defined Vampire Fiction

    By egodfrey72
    One of the most famous novels ever written and definitely one of the best, Dracula cleverly hides his vampire identity during the novel and knows when to strike fear into our hearts.
  • Classic horror has stood the test of time - it creeps up on you

    By HecAte-uk
    The format - extracts from the journals of those involved - deepens the sense of authenticity that this novel carries in it's deliberate and skilful unfolding of the story, and patient development of credibility in sense that makes this - even now in 2015 - a very creepy book, and not to be read before bedtime ! Van Helsing sticks to his accent and halting English and becomes more real with every page. Thoroughly worth the effort of reading- a real achievement in horror and true classic.