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|Author||: J. S. Barnes|
|Editor||: Titan Books|
It has been some years since Jonathan and Mina Harker survived their ordeal in Transylvania and, vanquishing Count Dracula, returned to England to try and live ordinary lives. But shadows linger long and, the older their son Quincey gets, the deeper the shadows at the heart of the Harker family. Whilst, on the Continent, the vestiges of something forgotten long is finally beginning to stir.
|Author||: Joshua Williamson|
Sam, a horror movie fan, does not want to wait for Santa to bring him the vampire figure he would like, so he writes to Count Dracula and asks to be a real vampire for Halloween instead, signing his letter "your friend," and the Count decides to come fora visit.
|Author||: Mary Hoffman,Chris Riddell|
|Editor||: New York ; St. Catharines, Ont : Crabtree Pub.|
A family adopt the baby on their doorstep and enjoy bringing her up, though her teeth grow in sharp and pointed until Dracula comes to claim her for his own.
|Author||: Lucy Rowland|
|Editor||: Pan Macmillan|
It’s tough being a vampire when you’re more giggles and glitter than beastly and bitter. But will Dracula Boy dare to follow his heart and live life in technicolour? Full of spooks and sparkles, Dracula Spectacular is a heart-warming story about learning to be brave, kind and above all, proud to be yourself. A sensational picture book, written in bouncy rhyme by Lucy Rowland and illustrated with wit and warmth by Ben Mantle, the creative duo behind Little Red Reading Hood. Perfect for bedtime reading!
|Author||: Elizabeth Kostova|
|Editor||: Little, Brown|
The record-breaking phenomenon from Elizabeth Kostova is a celebrated masterpiece that "refashioned the vampire myth into a compelling contemporary novel, a late-night page-turner" (San Francisco Chronicle). Breathtakingly suspenseful and beautifully written, The Historian is the story of a young woman plunged into a labyrinth where the secrets of her family’s past connect to an inconceivable evil: the dark fifteenth-century reign of Vlad the Impaler and a time-defying pact that may have kept his awful work alive through the ages. The search for the truth becomes an adventure of monumental proportions, taking us from monasteries and dusty libraries to the capitals of Eastern Europe—in a feat of storytelling so rich, so hypnotic, so exciting that it has enthralled readers around the world. “Part thriller, part history, part romance...Kostova has a keen sense of storytelling and she has a marvelous tale to tell.” —Baltimore Sun
|Author||: J.S. Barnes|
|Editor||: Titan Books (US, CA)|
Evil never truly dies...and some legends live forever. The dark heart of Bram Stoker's classic is reborn; capturing the voice, tone, style and characters of the original yet with a modern sensibility this novel is perfect for fans of Dracula and contemporary horror. "Inventive and spooky" Mark Gatiss, co-creator of the hit BBC series Dracula and Sherlock It has been some years since Jonathan and Mina Harker survived their ordeal in Transylvania and, vanquishing Count Dracula, returned to England to try and live ordinary lives. But shadows linger long in this world of blood feud and superstition - and, the older their son Quincey gets, the deeper the shadows that lengthen at the heart of the Harkers' marriage. Jonathan has turned back to drink; Mina finds herself isolated inside the confines of her own family; Quincey himself struggles to live up to a family of such high renown. And when a gathering of old friends leads to unexpected tragedy, the very particular wounds in the heart of the Harkers' marriage are about to be exposed... There is darkness both within the marriage and without - for new evil is arising on the Continent. A naturalist is bringing a new species of bat back to London; two English gentlemen, on their separate tours of the Continent, find a strange quixotic love for each other, and stumble into a calamity far worse than either has imagined; and the vestiges of something forgotten long ago is finally beginning to stir... "This epic tale of madness, temptation, and political scandal set in early-twentieth-century England strikes a resonant chord with today's political climate" Booklist 'A patchwork of dark thrills, woven skilfully from new and familiar voices - Dracula's Child is a macabre delight' Aliya Whiteley, author of The Beauty
|Author||: Kelly Leigh Miller|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
Is a vampire still a vampire if his fang is all wobbly? Find out in this funny and endearing spin on the classic first lost tooth story. Young Dracula loves his fangs. They are pointy. They are sharp! They are a cherished family trait. So one day, when a fang wiggles…and jiggles…and falls loose, Dracula doesn’t know what to do. He tries pushing it back in. Then taping it. Then sticking it. Because a vampire can’t have only one fang!…Right?
|Author||: Syrie James|
|Editor||: Harper Collins|
Author Syrie James (The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen) offers readers a breathtaking new perspective on Bram Stoker’s classic tale of the king of the vampires with Dracula, My Love. In these “Secret Journals of Mina Harker,” the object of Dracula’s desire relates for the very first time the shocking story of her scandalous seduction and sexual rebirth. This is not the chaste vampire romance of Twilight—Dracula, My Love celebrates a passionate obsession in all its hot and sensuous glory.
|Author||: Paul Butler|
|Editor||: Inanna Poetry & Fiction Series|
Mina's Child imagines a second generation springing from the "heroes"' in Bram Stoker's Dracula. In 1921, Mina and Jonathan Harker's daughter, Abree, a student at King's College, London, starts to question the extraordinary adventures her parents claim to have experienced in England and the Carpathians. Middle-aged Jonathan Harker is haunted by nightmares that Abree assumes to be about her brother, Quincey, killed in the Great War. As the Harkers follow the thread of their unease back to its source, they are haunted by memories of Lucy Westenra, fiancée to Arthur Holmwood, and the manner of Lucy's death. Having lost her brother, Quincey, in the Great War, Abree refuses to believe in a clear dividing line between good and evil. Abree suspects her parents' tales of glory hide a profound sense of guilt, particularly about the unexplained death of their friend, Lucy Westenra. The Harkers' maid, Jenny, it transpires, has reasons of her own to worry about the chaos in her employer's household. She is carrying Jonathan's child, but Harker plans to evade all such responsibilities. Jenny, suddenly unleashed as a destructive force against the household, decides to make the Harkers face their hypocrisy.
|Author||: Andrew Pyper|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
Bestselling author Andrew Pyper returns with a thrilling new novel about one woman’s search for a mad killer, and the unsettling relationship that binds them. What if you learned your father wasn’t who you thought he was? What if you learned you carried secrets deep within your blood? Dr. Lily Dominick has seen her fair share of bizarre cases as a forensic psychiatrist working with some of New York’s most dangerous psychotic criminals. But nothing can prepare Lily for her newest patient. Client 46874-A is nameless, and insists that he is not human. He tells Lily that he was not born, but created over two hundred years ago, and that he wants Lily to know what he is. As she listens to this man describe the twisted crime he’s committed, she can’t shake the feeling that he’s come for her—especially once he reveals that he knew her mother. Lily Dominick was only six years old when her mother was violently murdered while Lily sat unscathed in the next room of their cabin. Investigators assumed it was a bear attack, but she has never been sure about what really happened that day. Now, this madman—this monster—may have the answers she’s been searching for. When he suddenly escapes from the hospital and kills Lily’s boss, she does the unthinkable. She sets out on a hunt for the killer, not to return him to the authorities, but to unlock the mysteries he holds to her past. The Only Child is a riveting thriller that asks dangerous questions about family ties that are bred and born in the blood.
|Author||: Jeanne Kalogridis|
In this terrifying, brilliantly imagine novel, Jeanne Kalogridis returns the same dark, sensual territory she visited in Covenant with the Vampire. Once again she explores the breathtaking battle waged in the hart of the Family Dracul—as the innocent take up arms against the monster. In the flickering gaslights of Vienna a brother watches—as a woman of alabaster beauty, his sister, takes two lovers at once. Then she pours her passion into the most forbidden act of all . . . In the streets of Amsterdam a young man, the secret lover of his brother’s wife, is whisked into a waiting carriage for a long journey into darkness and reunion with his father . . . They are a family bound my an ancient curse, one generation pitted against another, taboos shattered, their firstborn’s blood sipped from a silver chalice. In his stony fortress waits Vlad the Impaler, while his heir, Arkady, cries out to his sons: “Let the curse end with me!” “Jeanne Kalogridis has launched a vampire hero who will haunt my nights for decades—or lifetimes—to come.”—Jacqueline Lichtenber, author of Those of My Blood
|Author||: Karen Essex|
In this wonderfully transporting novel, award-winning author Karen Essex turns a timeless classic inside out, spinning a haunting, erotic, and suspenseful story of eternal love and possession. From the shadowy banks of the river Thames to the wild and windswept Yorkshire coast, Dracula’s eternal muse, Mina Murray, vividly recounts the intimate details of what really transpired between her and the Count—the joys and terrors of a passionate affair that has linked them through the centuries, and her rebellion against her own frightening preternatural powers. Mina’s version of this gothic vampire tale is a visceral journey into Victorian England’s dimly lit bedrooms, mist-filled cemeteries, and asylum chambers, revealing the dark secrets and mysteries locked within. Time falls away as she is swept into a mythical journey far beyond mortal comprehension, where she must finally make the decision she has been avoiding for almost a millennium. Bram Stoker’s classic novel offered one side of the story, in which Mina had no past and bore no responsibility for the unfolding events. Now, for the first time, the truth of Mina’s personal voyage, and of vampirism itself, is revealed. What this flesh and blood woman has to say is more sensual, more devious, and more enthralling than the Victorians could have expressed or perhaps even have imagined.
|Author||: Freda Warrington|
|Editor||: Severn House Pub Limited|
Jonathan and Mina Harker, who now have a young son, return to Transylvania seven years after their encounter with Dracula in order to put their dark memories behind them, but the vampire's soul is still there, waiting to be revived.
|Author||: Bram Stoker,Thea Kliros|
|Editor||: Courier Corporation|
After discovering the double identity of the wealthy Transylvanian nobleman, Count Dracula, a small group of people vow to rid the world of the evil vampire.
|Author||: Alberto Breccia|
|Editor||: Fantagraphics Books|
Alberto Breccia's Dracula is composed of a series of brutally funny satirical misadventures starring the hapless eponymous antihero. Literally defanged (a humiliating trip to the dentist doesn’t help), the protagonist’s glory days are long behind him and other, more sinister villains (a corrupt government, overtly backed by American imperialism) are sickening and draining the life out of the villagers far more than one creature of the night ever could. This is the first painted, full-color entry in Fantagraphics’ artist-focused Alberto Breccia Library, and the atmospheric palette adds mood and dimension. It also includes a sketchbook showing the artist’s process.
|Author||: George Robbins|
The Son Of Dracula Came To Stir Up More Trouble Seventeen year old Scott Laine arrives in New Orleans to stay on a vacation with his uncle.On his first night at the bus stop, Scott discovers something very strange.His uncle tells him all about New Orleans; a place where vampires, werewolves, witches, dwarfs, hunters, jackals and other different creatures lives and walks secretly among humans. Fearing the fate of every Dracula's child, Scott's uncle keeps Scott's identity as being the last child of Dracula a secret from every creature, even his own people, the vampires.Even though Scott was Dracula's last son, he was nothing like his father or a vampire, he was just like the humans with an original vampire blood flowing through him.He continuously gets ridiculed by the vampire society after his failure to kill a human. Scott, searching for answers, gets into trouble that finally brings his vampire self out and gives him the power the society never thought possible. He now has to battle a traitor in the vampire society and a bigger threat to save every society.REVIEW"Action at its best" - Joey Lawler"Never thought a son of Drucula's book will ever be possible.This book is truely a masterpiece" -Booklovers"Son of Dracula got me stuck to my bed the whole night" -Angela Row"An entertaining action-horror that will blow your mind" -BookWeekly"Son of Dracula has come to stay.Cant wait for sequels" - Starred books Excerpt ©Reprinted by Permission. All Rights Reserved CHAPTER ONE The cold winds blew past Scott as he sat anxiously at the bus stop. He had just arrived in New Orleans, waiting for his uncle to come and pick him up. He glanced at both sides of the road with his pale face, waxed dark hair plastered to his forehead and deep blue eyes which sunk deep into his skull, wearing a long leather brown jacket which reached down his feet, black jean trousers and a red woolen muffler round his neck. It was already dark with a few clouds visible in the sky. No one seemed to be to walking on the sidewalks anymore. Silence filled the streets as the wind made falling leaves to hover across midair. The only sound Scott could hear was the howling winds and rustling leaves from the trees planted along the pavements of the street. Fright washed through him whiles he sat all alone on the bench. He turned his head to his left side to see a silhouetted animal standing in the middle of the road. "Isn't that a wolf standing in the middle of the road?" he thought. The wolf was a little different, four feet taller than the normal and an enormous one. Scott stared at it with a taut jaw. It was the first time he had seen such a huge creature and he never even thought they existed. The animal stared right back at him with glowing eyes. It growled, showing its gritted teeth at him. Scott's heart began racing and his palms sweating. The wolf was moving slowly towards him. He jerked up from his seat, holding onto his briefcase .Then a light suddenly came from the other end of the road. He turned his stare to that direction and saw the light coming from a blue SUV's head lights. "Uncle" he thought, feeling a sense of relief.He turned his head to the left direction again and the wolf had disappeared. He sighed deeply and shrugged. As predicted, the car stopped next to him. The horns beeped and the window glass rolled down."Scott!" his uncle shrieked with a large grin on his face. His skin was pale like Scott's, shaved head, wrinkled face―probably in his fifty's and an imperial shaped beard, wearing a black leather jacket, blue tattered jeans and brown cowboy shoes."Sorry I kept you waiting that long―its late, come on, get inside" his uncle continued.He took three steps, opened the back door and sat down with his brief case placed beside him.