The book was purchased used and arrived in near mint conditon. An excellent story and gives us a new look at the character we know as Dracula.Published on Jan. 20 2013 by Julie Wilbur
I was curious to see Dracula's perspective, but this probably would be better suited for an audiobook (Fred, tell amazon. Read morePublished on June 26 2004 by The Rectifier
Anyone who has ever read the original "Dracula" NEEDS to read this fantastic retelling.
Fred Saberhagen does a fine job of transforming the Count from the... Read more
Everything you think you know about Dracula is wrong. Vlad is actually a noble soul who just happens to be a vampire. He loved Mina and was just trying to help Lucy. Read morePublished on Aug. 29 2002 by Amazon Customer
PROS: The way Saberhagen humorously rips apart the Stoker version.
CONS: A little slow, failed to keep my attention. Read more
Quick synopsis - this book looks at the events in Stoker's Dracula from the point of view of Dracula. Read morePublished on Aug. 12 2001 by Scott Shaffer
Fred Saberhagen has an amazing way of telling the Dracula story through the eyes of Dracula himself. Read morePublished on Feb. 28 2000 by L. Clark
I believe Saberhagen wrote two of his other Dracula novels before this one, but The Dracula Tape sets the stage for an introduction the Count as he "really" is. Read morePublished on Jan. 26 2000 by Steve Herr