Thursday, November 3, 2011

Original 'Dracula' still brings chills

drac2.JPGEveryone knows the story of Dracula. The Count's incarnations are countless. But in recent years, teens have come to know the vampire as the "Twilight" series character Edward, who plays baseball with his vampire family in their downtime.

Bram Stoker's 'Dracula'
Vampires have become too soft, too lovelorn, too nice. There's no good side to the original Count Dracula. He's evil, plain and simple.
To reclaim your fear of the vampire open up a copy of Bram Stoker's "Dracula." It is Halloween, after all.
From the first pages of the 1897 novel, with all those villagers watching solicitor Jonathan Harker make his way to the Count's castle in Transylvania, the book draws you in:

read on

This book is copyright free and can be downloaded to your "reader" or read online here at Project Gutenberg