©1996 Tom Holland (P)1996 Simon & Schuster
Probably reading something spooky...
Yes. It was entertaining, and relatively short. If it were longer my answer would be different. Although the novel was entertaining, it wasn't necessarily a quality piece.
Maybe, it depends on the content and reviews. I wouldn't buy the sequel to this book though.
He was great at portraying the characters. He did a great job with Polidori.
I suppose it could, but it probably wouldn't do very well. Or maybe it would; bad movies become blockbuster hits inexplicably. With that in mind I could see Robert Pattinson as Byron, Kristen Stewart as Caroline Lamb, Michael Cera as Polidori.
Try to get this one at the library, or find a used copy. It's worth reading if you're really into Byron and his connection to vampires (fictionally of course). But if you take your Romantics seriously, skip it.
I read this book many years ago and would say it was one of the best vampire stories ever. Most intreging and realistic in the web Tom Hollow created between real and fictional caractors. this was so lost in this version the audible although not horrible left much to be desired it practically starts in the middle of the book just touching on two of the most interesting and scary elements of the story. I would highly suggest that this is bacicly a spoiler so I would say skip this and reading the book .
I love this so much! I have listened to it over and over.
Byron - he is so interesting.
all of them.
Grant does a wonderful job. He voices are quiet and soothing but at the same time exciting !
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