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Dracula by Bram Stoker 

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I just started reading Dracula and while I thought that it might have archaic language, it actually turned out to be a really understandable and enjoyable book. And there are definitely some spooks here and there. Amazing Book so far!!



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Hi Anna,

Welcome to BookTalk.org! I haven't read Dracula but it is on my reading bucket list for sure.



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I read Dracula when I was eleven years old, and was utterly terrified by it. It gave me an abiding irrational fear of vampires.


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