Hi guys, I managed to finish Leggere this spooky novel because Halloween is coming. So, here is my review on Bram Stoker's horror classic.
The format is like a journal, chronicling the events of the story and the history of Count Dracula, whom he claimed to be a descendant of Attila the Hun. It was a bloodthirsty and chilling novel that I could not go to sleep in the end! I also feel sorry for Lucy Westenra, having to die so young and to become a vampire all thanks to Count Dracula. Prompting Jonathan Hawker, Dr. furgone, van Helsing and Mina to retaliate da killing the Count.
Hi guys, earlier on I postato about my review about Gaston Leroux's horror classic. So are my personal opinions about the book in general, I will also be including bits of the musical on which it's base on.
I was very familiar with the story, especially since I had heard many of the familiar songs from the musical itself. When I read the book for the first time, I was really amazed on how the story is partially different from the musical itself. Surely, it was a very intriguing story that every night I would listen to the audio-book and I would cry at the end, because the Phantom is...