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"Good, sexy, bloody, pulpy fun." - Time Magazine
"Energetically paced and packed with outrageously entertaining action, this supernatural thriller is a well-needed shot of fresh blood for the Dracula mythos." - Publisher's Weekly
"The entire combination works like a charm, propelled by a fast-paced narrative (airplanes! the Titanic!) that ramps up the sex and gore—this is a novel that makes passing reference to “the intoxicating aroma of seared human flesh”—to levels Bram’s sublimated Victorian prose couldn’t even hint at. ...All good, clean, bloody fun." - Maclean's
"And a good story it is. The action is swift and thrilling; the villain is not whom you'd expect but is evil and powerful nonetheless... Dracula: The Un-Dead is a fine book in its own right, one that pushes the story in unexpected directions while remaining true to the dark heart of the Transylvanian vampire-king " - Los Angeles Times
"Fast-paced, well-plotted, and gripping." - Independent (UK)
" Un-Dead is cinematically fast-paced, flying from London to Paris to Transylvania, and the historical texture is mostly convincing." - The Washington Post
"The authors (Stoker is a descendant of Bram, and Holt is a noted Dracula historian) skillfully explore the nature of evil while weaving together several complex plotlines throughout this mesmerizing story. Readers who enjoy dark fantasy with fast-paced action will plow through this book, not wanting to stop." - Library Journal
"Well Worth 112-Year Wait... A frighteningly good novel......Wonderfully scary....This daring sequel captures the essence and gothic glory of the original. Newcomers to Stoker’s Dracula as well as diehard fans will be stoked." - Jacksonville Observer
"Big, messy, lots of fun-and not Stephenie Meyer." - Kirkus Reviews
The result burns the candle at both ends: it is tempting enough to read and bad enough to be controversial, striking a balance between sensationalism and mediocrity." - Winnipeg Free Press
"You can't keep a good vampire down... Officially sanctioned by the Stoker family estate [Dracula: The Un-Dead ] is based on handwritten notes and plot threads cut from Bram's original story." - New York Post
"Maclean's magazine, Brian Bethune called it 'good, clean, bloody fun' and said it 'ramps up the sex and gore . . . to levels Bram's sublimated Victorian prose couldn't even hint at." - Vancouver Sun
"Eerie - and compelling...The writing is fresh and descriptive....Dacre Stoker's Dracula is darker and more elegant and vulnerable than the count depicted in films by Bela Lugosi, Yet his motives do not seem clear to those who would fear him the most....A richly told novel that begs for a sequel." - Tampa Tribune
Dacre Stoker is the great grand nephew of Dracula author Bram Stoker. He is also the grandson of H.G. Dacre Stoker, whose legendary tactics in the battle of Gallipoli won him the Distinguished Service Order. Dacre was a member of the Canadian Men's Modern Pentathlon team and coached the Canadian Men's Modern Pentathlon team at the Seoul Olympics in 1988. He is married and is the father of two children and now lives in South Carolina.
There is an abomination out there, masquerading as a book and I am taking this opportunity to tell you about it in the hope that I can discourage anyone else from buying it. Read morePublished on March 23 2011 by Marcia
I have read 80 pages of this, although I felt disappointed after the first couple of pages, and increasingly repelled the more I went. Read morePublished on Jan. 9 2010 by Eager Reader