Huge thanks @ella_horne #transworld for Dracul by Dacre Stoker and J.D. Barker!
The prequel to the most celebrated and terrifying story of them all, based on the notes left behind by its creator.
The year is 1868, and twenty-one year old Bram Stoker has barricaded himself in a room at the top of the tower of a long-abandoned abbey. On the other side of that door there waits an ungodly nightmare that he hoped had ended years before.
Stoker knows time is short and so he hurriedly writes down the disturbing events that have brought him to this point. The tale he tells is an extraordinary and terrifying one : of a Dublin childhood full of sickness and starvation, of a mysterious woman, of those presumed dead who live again, of stories once thought fables but now found to be true. And all the while this manifestation of evil taunts him, calls to him, tries to trick him into releasing it upon the world ...
All stories have their beginning.
I don’t know about you but I am ridiculously excited about this one! - 20 hours ago