Carmilla is a vampire novella by J. S. LeFanu published more than twenty years before Stoker's Dracula. In this chilling tale, a young English girl growing up in an isolated castle is preyed upon by a seductive female vampire.
Would you listen to Carmilla again? Why?
Definitely. I've read the book before (a long time ago, though), and it's a great short-ish story. Won't hesitate to listen to it again, perhaps with my girlfriend late night in bed, or just when I'll feel like it.
What did you like best about this story?
I'm a lover of gothic stories, the longer the better. This one is pretty short though, but the characters, the story, the setting... everything beautiful enough to make you forgive its relative shortness.
Have you listened to any of Elizabeth Klett’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Yes, I did! She is actually my favorite female reader, and I've enjoyed quite a bit of great stories read by her in the past. Her voice is calm and soothing and she always manages to keep me interested no matter what. The fact that she was the reader was the main reason why I wanted this audiobook!
Any additional comments?
Thank you Elizabeth! Excellent as always.
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