Dracula: The Un-Dead is set twenty-five years after the close of Bram Stoker’s classic tale. Dark forces are closing in on London. Quincey—son of Jonathan Harker and Mina Murray—and his companions, many of them original characters, must join together to do everything in their power to stop them.
The only sequel endorsed by the Stoker family, Dracula: The Un-Dead is written by one of Stoker’s direct descendants and an award-winning Dracula historian who had access to Bram Stoker’s handwritten notes, which included characters and plot threads excised from the original printing. The result is an authentic thriller with all the hallmarks of a great historical novel.
So, I’m a little excited about these. I’ve added them to my TBR pile. Not sure when I’ll get to each but at least I have them.
PS: My husband is away today and that’s kinda scary… I want so badly to stop at Indigo on the way home. I’ll have to bring out all the stops with my discipline and try and stay away. It’s getting too close to Christmas to be spending too much more money on myself.