The most famous vampire of all is Bram Stoker's Dracula, published in 1897. But it was neither the first nor the last. This anthology presents 23 rare vampire stories written between 1867 & 1940. B&W illus....
|Title||:||Dracula's Brood: Neglected Vampire Classics|
|Number of Pages||:||585 Pages|
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Dracula's Brood: Neglected Vampire Classics Reviews
Some of the many great vampire tales that pre-date Dracula. Terrific stuff.
An excellent anthology of post-Dracula vampire stories, in which there were no stories I disliked, and only a few that disappointed. There was a lot more variety than I expected, and I enjoy the 1890s style.
This is a wonderful anthology and it includes some of my all now all time favorite vampire short stories.
It was an enjoyable book to read. The stories do get redundant at some point as the structures are extremely similar, but they were still very interesting to read.
An excellent anthology of little known vampire tales from the years 1867 (i.e., before Dracula was published) to 1940. All the stories are well written and most are truly original. The best by far is Conan Doyle's The Parasite. A fun read for anyone with a love of the horror genre.
Collection of enjoyable short stories on the vampire theme.