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Vengeance of Dracula

Narrated by: Jesse Brown
Length: 6 hrs and 54 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
4.5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Their names are immortal: Dracula, Frankenstein's Monster, The Mummy. 

Now, together for the first time, we hear these three classic monsters battling each other for their very existences. 

When Van Helsing gets reports of vampire attacks in Turin, he discovers that there is more going on their than he realizes. Soon he is not only after a vampire, but also a mummy hell-bent on resurrecting its lost queen. But the resurrection spell raises more than just a pharaoh of old; it brings life back to an old, familiar foe: Count Dracula. 

The vampire wants revenge on the man who slayed him, and he is willing to do anything to get it. To complicate matters, there is a large brute terrorizing the city, who is being hunted by its creator, Dr. Frankenstein. This monster, wanting little more than to be left alone, goes on a killing spree that draws the attention of not only Van Helsing, but of his monstrous foes as well. 

Who will survive the encounter when these three monsters finally meet? And will anyone be left alive when they win? 

This is the monster movie you never knew you wanted. Dracula vs. Frankenstein's Monster vs. The Mummy! Whoever wins, we lose.

©2018 Dren Productions (P)2019 Dren Productions

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Like listening to an old Universal movie

This book captured the spirit of the old Universal monster films in a very pleasing way. The characters were recognizable but streamlined and made more believable. Van Helsing was de-aged a bit. Victor Frankenstein made a bit more relatable. Dracula and Frankenstein's creature made more threatening and yet more realistic somehow.

I have to admit that I smiled through most of this book and wished it were a film as well. If you love the classic Universal monsters or their films, then you need to buy this book. Highly appreciated and recommended.