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Dracula the Undead

By: Freda Warrington
Narrated by: Matthew Waterson
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Publisher's Summary

The legend returns... It is seven years since a stake was driven through the heart of the infamous Count Dracula. Seven years which have not eradicated the terrible memories for Jonathan and Mina Harker, who now have a young son. To lay their memories to rest they return to Transylvania, and can find no trace of the horrific events. But, beneath the earth, Dracula's soul lies in limbo, waiting for the Lifeblood that will revive him....

©1997 Freda Warrington (P)2014 Audible Studios

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Not a slow burn

Filled with many suspenseful moments but they are those of horror.

A worthy successor to Bram Stoker’s original classic.

Everything you wished Stoker had explored and explained in his original masterpiece is delved into brilliantly by Ms Warrington.

She is a genius!

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Very good Sequel to the Bram Stoker Original

I enjoyed the story its in the same letter style of the Bram Stoker Orginal and I thought had an excellent plot, and was a very good follow up to the orginal story. True you can more or less predict where the story was going quite early on, and that it might not end well for some, a bit like the classic hammer horror films where the couple decide to stay in the creepy castle overnight despite all the locals warnings, but that's ok and I rather liked that in the story. I think if you enjoyed Dracula then you will enjoy this story.

The story does end with an option to have a follow up but I am not sure there has been one which is a shame as I would definitely listen to that one also.

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Ok

I almost ditched this one due to the narration. He spoke in clipped sentences, dropping in tone & breath at the end of each one. So annoying that I can't believe it was allowed to be recorded.
The story was decent, Victorian vampire.

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Amazing!

It flows so perfectly from the original... wow... Brom ...must have been involved... somehow. (?)

I didn't even know I was drying for part two until I read this.

Oh, so so ...good!

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Worthy sequel

Very worthy sequel to Bram Stoker's classic. We'll see if Dracula's Child holds up as equal to it, or if it surpasses it.

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Boring

Would you try another book written by Freda Warrington or narrated by Matthew Waterson?

Unfair to judge on this book whether to read another book by this author

What was most disappointing about Freda Warrington’s story?

Badly written and set out. Poor story.

What didn’t you like about Matthew Waterson’s performance?

Poor story

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Disappointed by this effort