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An updated version of Dracula told through a series of text messages, instant messages, e-mails, and Web browser images. Eighteen-year-old Jonathan Harker comes down with a rare blood disorder after meeting mysterious Count in Romania. His girlfriend Mina and pre-med student Abraham Van Helsing investigate the source of the disease, learning that the Count is a vampire.
Publisher: Naperville, Ill. : Sourcebooks Fire, c2010.
ISBN: 9781402244650
Characteristics: 150 p. : ill., map ; 18 cm.
Study Program: Accelerated Reader AR UG 4.7 2.0 140156.


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acupcakelol Oct 14, 2014

This is book is good, not great, but good. I really enjoyed how all of it was emails or texts or browsers. I love books that that so this, for me, was a literal feast. However, this book progressed too fast and the relationships in it was too fast. Overall everything seemed a bit too unrealistic for fiction and too simple and flat

Cynthia_N Sep 08, 2014

Extremely fast read! Really neat little book. It takes the very basics of the story of Dracula and modernizes it. The whole story is told by text, emails, and web screen shots. Struggling YA readers might enjoy this.

Dec 10, 2011

I dunno if you could actually consider this good.. It was kind of hard to understand if you havent read the original novel. I normally read things like the Da Vinci Code so this was a interesting twist.

Aug 10, 2011

this book was pretty good and a nice mordern take of the original novel.

Mar 05, 2011

Surprisingly a nice twist on the story.. An excellent introduction to the actual story that does not include the word "Twilight".

I was impressed with this book!


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Aug 10, 2011

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