Monday, December 14, 2009

Dracula by Bram Stoker, reviewed by Sukant Srivastava

Dracula by Bram Stoker

Reviewed by
Name: Sukant Srivastava (12 years)
School: Fr. Agnel School Sec-62, Noida

About Author –Abraham (Bram)
Stoker was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1847.Until the age of seven, he was bedriden, always on the verge of death. Nonetheless, after recovering fully from his
illness,he became a star athlete at Trinity college,in Dublin

Review-Jonathan Hacker’s small law firm sends him to Transylvania to complete a real estate transaction with Count Dracula. He soon discovers that his host is a vampire –a shapeshifting creature of the night, who drinks human blood to survive. Leaving Jonathan trapped in Castle Dracula, the Count travels to England and sets up multiple residences, complete with coffins where he may rest during the day.First Lucy
Westenra, then his own wife, Mina, fall Victim to darcula’s bloodlust. A small
Group of vampire hunters, led by professor Van Helsing,vows to end the Count’s
reign-even if the quest takes them all the to, Transylvania. If you like horror novels this is the best.

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