Dracula's Guest and Other Weird Stories is a collection of short stories by Bram Stoker, first published in 1914, two years after Stoker's death. Here Emma Topping reads two stories from the collection, "Dracula's Guest" and "The Judge's House".
What made the experience of listening to Dracula's Guest the most enjoyable?
I have listened to other versions of this story. This is the first I've encountered read by a woman. It gives it a different feel. I think she read it well, one of the best versions.
Any additional comments?
The one issue I had was the story began and ended verry abruptly. That is there was no title and author at the beginning and no formal ending such as "The End" or " This Concludes The Reading Of...". Not even something like the standard audible.com plug. It put me off a bit. I had to chek my iPod to make sure it was the right thing and started at the beginning.