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This short story was originally part of Stoker's famous Dracula. Removed from that manuscript, "Dracula's Guest" stands alone as a wonderful short story. Haunting and sometimes shiver-inducing, lovers of horror stories and connoisseurs of good prose will adore listening to this audiobook. Walter Zimmerman gives a nuanced performance, ensuring that listeners hear each word and phrase of this short masterpiece of the gothic.

Summary

"Dracula's Guest" is actually the deleted first chapter from the original Dracula manuscript, which the publisher felt was superfluous to the novel. It was later released as a short story.

Public Domain (P)1980 Jimcin Recordings

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  • 11-04-16

Not bad

The only problem was an annoying background shatter. Very faint but enough to be detracting.