Between 1879 and 1889, Bram Stoker was business manager for the world-famous Lyceum Theatre in London, where he supplemented his income by writing a large number of sensational novels. This, perhaps his most famous tale about the vampire Dracula, was published in 1897.
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great version of dracula
Would you consider the audio edition of Dracula to be better than the print version?
its abridged and only 53 minutes but it is very good for a radio Dracula good acting and sound effects a classic
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worth buying for sure
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Classic Drama, A Bit Rushed
This was a radio drama of the classic story of Dracula. Pats of it were great, the production and cast were wonderful, but it was a bit too rushed. Some parts were difficult to understand. A narrator would’ve made a big difference. It also would’ve been better if it was a bit longer.