A comprehensive and varied collection of the best vampire stories from the Victorian era by the greatest Gothic writers of the time.
- 'The Horla' by Guy de Maupassant
- 'Mrs. Amworth' by E. F. Benson
- 'La Belle Dame Sans Merci' by John Keats
- 'Dracula's Guest' by Bram Stoker
- 'The Bride of Corinth' by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
- 'Will' by Vincent O'Sullivan
- 'Ken's Mystery' by Julian Hawthorne
- 'Count Magnu' by M. R. James
- 'The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
- 'The Room in the Tower' by E. F. Benson
- 'The Death of Halpin Frayser' by Ambrose Bierce
- 'The Story of Baelbrow' by E. and F. Heron
- 'Let Loose' by Mary Cholmondeley
- 'Ligeia' by Edgar Allan Poe
- 'The Vampire' by Jan Neruda
- 'The Vampire' by Vasile Alecsandri
- 'For the Blood Is the Life' by F. Marion Crawford
- 'Marsyas in Flanders' by Vernon Lee
- 'Good Lady Ducayne' by M. E. Braddon
- 'The Old Portrait' by Hume Nisbet
- 'The Sad Story of a Vampire' by Count Eric Stanislaus Stenbock
- 'The Stone Chamber' by H. B. Marriott-Watson
- 'The Vampire Maid' by Hume Nisbet
- 'The Hound' by H. P. Lovecraft
- 'The Lovely Lady' by D. H. Lawrence
- 'A Dead Finger' by Sabine Baring-Gould
- 'The Parasite' by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
- 'Wailing Well' by M. R. James
- 'The Story of Chugoro' by Lafcadio Hearn
- 'Carmilla' by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
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- J. M. Pollack
Who speaks like this?
Great short literature in the vampire genre, but this narrator's intonation is utterly bizarre. Misses the sense of the text, let alone subtext.
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Delightfully Engaging Stories
I loved the stories in this audiobook! However, the intonation (rise and fall ) of the narrator were quite distracting and almost annoying. I pressed on anyway. Certain inflections on words (especially at the ends of sentences) often distracted from what was being said. Other than that, the stories were entertaining and interesting. I noticed Cathy Dobson appears in many horror/sci-fi audiobooks. As much as I love this genre, her narrating may affect whether or not I can listen or will even try.