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galueth28
Dracula | Bram Stoker
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Pickpick

I followed along with Dracula Dayly and it was a fun way to get trhough this book.

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Mehso-so

If you enjoy voices like Doyle's Watson, or Victorian mysteries you might find this pleasant. It's not paranormal in the least. Easy to read, but also easy to put down.

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VioletMoonBooks
Dracula | Bram Stoker
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Texreader 😂😂 4w
BarkingMadRead Oopsie 🤣🤣 4w
SamAnne 😂😂😂 4w
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TheAromaofBooks
Dracula | Bram Stoker
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Pickpick

Well Dracula is finally a wrap!! I spontaneously signed up for the #DraculaDaily emails back in May, but also bought a physical copy because I just don't like reading on screens very much. Plus, I obviously need as many Penguins Classics as possible!! At any rate, I did enjoy this one, but I think I did it a disservice by reading it across such a long period of time when I had never read it before. During times in the story where a chunk of time⬇️

TheAromaofBooks (cont'd) passes and we would go a long time without a #DraculaDaily email, I would sort of lose the thread of the story. I think it would be fun to the daily emails again next year now that I've actually read the entire story and know where it's going. So a little bit of a soft pick for me because the story seemed to lose momentum sometimes, but that could also be because of the way I read it. 1mo
wideeyedreader If you like podcasts and the Dracula daily format, there‘s one in the works called re:dracula that is a dramatization of the novel with the same “as the story happens” format! I‘m super excited for it 1mo
PuddleJumper I completely forgot about that! I've just been filtering the emails into a folder thinking I'd read them later 😂 1mo
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ShyBookOwl Funnily enough, I had the opposite experience where I had to read it too quickly for school which I think did it a disservice 😕 1mo
TheAromaofBooks @wideeyedreader - Oh wow, I'm not usually a podcast person, but that does sound super fun!! 1mo
TheAromaofBooks @PuddleJumper - Now you may just have to wait and start fresh next year! 😂 1mo
TheAromaofBooks @ShyBookOwl - There has to be a balance between our two methods!! 😂 1mo
ShyBookOwl @TheAromaofBooks agreed! Lol I also signed up for Dracula Daily but didn't end up following along. Every couple years I think, I owe Dracula a re-read... I'll get there, I can feel it 😅 1mo
wideeyedreader @TheAromaofBooks I agree! It sounds more like it‘ll be a full-cast audiobook than a typical podcast, honestly 1mo
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Maggie4483
Dracula | Bram Stoker
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Okay, so I loved Dracula! Yes, I wish I had read it in the order Stoker wrote it before doing #DraculaDaily, but it was still really good. And I tried one of Jonathan Harker‘s yummy recipes (Paprika Chicken may be a new favorite for me too). Next weekend I‘ll be watching the movie. And then the parody movie. I couldn‘t help but hear Mel Brooks whenever Van Helsing spoke. I am definitely my father‘s daughter. 😂

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Lyssa131330
Dracula | Bram Stoker
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Pickpick

Honestly, getting my emails from my friend Jonathan (then immediately going to Tumblr to check the memes) has been the highlight of my reading year. I ❤️ you Dracula Daily

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BarbaraJean
Anno Dracula | Kim Newman
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Closing out my November 5th with tea in this seasonally-appropriate mug (remember, remember…) and this book I didn‘t manage to read in October!

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Twainy
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Book mail from last week. I‘ve read 3.

Anno Dracula by Kim Newman, signed 30th anniversary edition, red sprayed edges.

The Order by Jeremy Robinson has a hard cover that matches the dust jacket.

Atlas Six & Atlas Paradox are signed by the author. Paradox is bound upside down. Pretty sprayed edges. Illumicrate editions.

Dungeon Crawler Carl by Matt Dinniman. Jacketless hardcover edition with the paperback cover printed on the hardcover.

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RebeccaRoo7
The Historian | Elizabeth Kostova
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