By Bram Stoker

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Publish Date: 1897

A tale which has fascinated readers for over a century and filled them with terror, Dracula is a masterpiece of Gothic fiction narrated through letters, diary entries, and newspaper articles. The mysterious Count Dracula, a vampire from Transylvania who survives by drinking human blood, lures Jonathan Harker, a young English lawyer, to his castle to turn him into his next victim. As Harker discover Dracula’s horrific secret, he tries to attack him, but in vain, and the Count escapes to England. Here Dracula will reap more victims, prompting Harker, his fiancée Mina, Dr. Seward and Dr. Van Helsing, to embark on a dangerous mission to hunt him down. But little do they know that Dracula has attacked one of them too, Mina, who is cursed to become a vampire after her death unless Dracula is killed. A hunt all the way to Romania ensues to free Mina of the dreadful curse and finally kill Dracula.

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