The never-before-told story behind the legend of Count Dracula!
The story of the Count’s greatest love, Mina Harker, and the bloodthirsty vampire hunters whose cruel pursuit drove the master of the night to actions ever more ruthless. The Count Dracula sets the record straight.…
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Yes. I have waited a long time for this recording. As this book series is usually told by Dracula dictating his adventures into a tape recorder, audio books are the perfect format for this book series. Also hearing Robin Bloodworth as Dracula, telling his own side of the events of Dracula, is just fun. This entire book series is great, it's highly under-rated. This is my absolute favorite Vampire book series though it is a shame it seems to have fallen into obscurity... until now.
Dracula, naturally. Though he is still vicious, predatory and often obviously lying he manages to become a likable narrator.
He did an excellent job, adding the right inflection to the character.
I loved the whole thing though I did have a few favorite moments. I particularly love the interaction between Dracula and Mina and of course his somewhat flimsy explanations about The Demeter and Lucy. There are parts, that from the delivery alone, nearly had me laughing.
I frekain' love the Fred Saberhagen Dracula books. I do hope Audibles remember that there are more than just three of these books in the series.
The Dracula Tape
The Holmes Dracula File
An old friend of the family
A Matter of Taste
A question of Time
Seance for a vampire
A Sharpness on the neck
A coldness in the blood.
And of course there are the short stories From The Tree of Time and Box number 50. Box number 50 (my absolute favorite short story) can be found in the book Dracula in London by P. N. Elrod and From the Tree of time can be found in Gaslight Arcanum.
An Old Friend of the Family and Thorn can also be found in an omnibus called The Vlad Tapes.
- Amanda Pike