Dracula the Un-dead
Writing with Ian Holt
A quarter of a century after Count Dracula “crumbled into dust,” Quincey Harker-the son of Jonathan and Mina Harker-leaves law school to pursue a career on stage, only to stumble upon the troubled production of Dracula, directed and produced by Bram Stoker himself.
As the play plunges Quincey into the world of his parents’ terrible secrets, death begins to stalk the original band of heroes that defeated Dracula a quarter-century ago. Could it be that the count survived and is now seeking revenge? Or is there another, far more sinister force at work whose relentless purpose is to destroy anything and anyone associated with Dracula, the most notorious vampire of all time?
Readers Love Dracula the Un-dead
“Short review… this is not written the same style as Bram’s. fast moving, new characters, characters going in unexpected directions, more blood. I am a fan and am separating this book from the original. Very entertaining”
“I really enjoyed this book, from start to finish. The story is very well written, rich in character, story and scenery detail. I never read the original Dracula book, my only background into this story is from watching Coppola’s 1992 film, which I also enjoyed.”
“There are many twists and turns in this book which kept me turning the pages late into the night, many readers will moan and complain about liberties taken with the history/intentions of the original characters, but not I. I enjoy the way Stoker and Holt twist and maneuver into new territory with the Characters and allows you to delve further into the what-if and thoughts of the characters.“
“After having read many negative reviews about this novel, I couldn’t bring myself to give it anything less than 5 stars simply because I rated it on the story itself, for what it was intended to do. Full of action and the retelling of past events, it made for a very diverse book allowing the reader to catch multiple POV’s throughout the entire story from beginning to end.”
“I believe the authors did a good job on this. The story was interesting, clever and linked to previous works in an interesting manner. I enjoyed reading this and would love to see more. An under-appreciated work.”