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Listed: Dracula

As I mention a lot, I have a love/hate relationship with all-things vampire related. I loooove the scary vampire, and mourn the fact that it’s become so romanticized and safe. And of course, Dracula is the most famous vampire of all time, so I wanted to take today to list ten books that include him as a character. Some of these are about him fully, some have him as a side character. Some of them are seqeuls (authorized and not), some are alternate universes in the Dracula canon. But all of them include my favourite vampire.

  1. Dracula by Bram Stoker. Originally Published 1897. LT.
  2. Renfield: Slave of Dracula by Barbara Hambly. Originally Published . LT.
  3. The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova. Originally Published 2005. LT.
  4. The Journal of Abraham Van Helsing by Allen C. Kupfer. LT.
  5. Dracula: The Un-Dead by Dacre Stoker and Ian Holt. Originally Published 2009. LT.
  6. Anno Dracula by Kim Newman. Originally Published 1992. LT.
  7. Dracula the Undead by Freda Warrington. Originally Published 1997. LT.
  8. Dracula Unborn by Peter Tremayne. LT.
  9. Dracula in Love by Karen Essex. Originally Published 2010. LT.
  10. The Dracula Tape by Fred Saberhagen. Originally Published 1975. LT.

Do you have any favourite books about Dracula?

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Posted by Courtney Wilson @ 7:24 am November 22, 2010.
Category: Listed