Dracula

Narrated by: Nick Sandys
Length: 15 hrs and 55 mins
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Now, Bram Stoker's Dracula - the pinnacle of Gothic horror for generations - rises again with hauntingly dramatic digital artwork from two-time Eisner Award winner J. H. Williams III.

When young English lawyer Jonathan Harker arrives in Transylvania on the eve of Saint George's Day, he cannot shake a strange feeling of uneasiness. Dogs howl throughout the night, villagers speak fearfully of evil omens, and the air grows colder as he arrives at his destination: the castle of Count Dracula.

Jonathan has been summoned by the count for business, and while he finds his new host obliging and polite, he can't help but notice the man's pallid skin, odd lack of appetite, and long daytime absences. Puzzled, the young solicitor begins to search the castle for clues - and unearths a deadly secret that could endanger him and those he loves most.

Journey through the Carpathian Mountains, lose yourself in the shadowy streets of London, and experience all the action, suspense, and terror of this classic tale. Just be sure to leave a light on.

Public Domain (P)2018 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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So good!

The story was incredibly interesting, and Nick Sandys really brought it to life. Well done!

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fantastic

loved every minute of it. I was sad when it was over as I grew to love the characters.

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Bram Stoker + Nick Sandys = Pure Satisfaction

Nick Sandys is remarkable! The story is amazing by itself but his performance really takes it to the next level. One of the best audiobooks I have listened to. So enthralling!

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One of the better audio versions!

This audio edition of the classic vampire tale is perhaps one of the best. The reader, Nick Sandys, does all the character voices with distinct individuality that you almost believe it's a full cast rather than one man. You owe it to yourself to seek out this version as it is well worth immersing yourself in.

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Awesome

Great performance from Nick Sandys on a classic story! Very impressed with the changes of characters voices.


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Classic, but a little long/ slow

the reader does great voices, but the story is very wordy. glad I listened, but don't need to ever again.

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The story starts out well as we are following a man's business trip. Then strange things start happening, then unbelievable things happen and finally the guy realizes his life is in peril and he's trapped. ok the story has gone on so long that when the setting changes it is confusing. The story continues with his wife? and as a reader I'm flummoxed wondering what she has to do with the story. After awhile strange things start happening around her. When you finally understand what's going on and they make a plan it is a little over mid-point in the book. From here it felt really long. I listened to it on 1.35x speed. I felt the heroes were twarted a few too many times. I loved that the woman in the group was portrayed as sharp and played an intregal part in figuring things out.

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  • 07-12-19

Mindblowing!!

This is a brilliant book brought the more to life by second to non narration. Nick Sandy's read the book with so much passion and excitement. It was a truly timeless narration. It made you believe in and care for each and every character. No two characters sounded the same! I am so pleased that I bought this book and recording.

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  • 11-09-19

Theatrical, expressive, entertaining.

Brilliant performance of the classic story-- each character has a distinctly different voice. Females 'over the top', but amusing.