It was wonderful to experience how Bram Stoker influenced our image of vampires and the legends. I enjoyed the method of story telling through the letters and journals.
Excellent narrators, especially Kellgren and Cumming. Because Seward makes an oral diary, an audiobook feels more accurate!
I've never read this book and thought that the various artist reading the different journal entries was intriguing and gave depth to the overall performance of the novel.
I love Alan Cumming. I love Tim Curry. I don't love Bram Stoker. I'm not comfortable saying that. I like vampires, I like the story in theory. But I guess I just don't like the actual story, regardless of the format. And that seems wrong somehow.
Having an entire cast of great narrators, made this an exceptionally enjoyable story. I am now spoiled and looking for more classics with narrators as talented as these.
Despite the story's familiarity, this was an enthralling audiobook. All the performances were wonderful and added suspense and humanity to the piece.
I had read Dracula a couple times and seen various movie versions, but listening to the great narration highlighted details that I hadn't noticed before. I jogged many miles to this story!