The Mammoth Book of Dracula (Mammoth Books)

The Mammoth Book of Dracula (Mammoth Books)

Stephen Jones / Apr 01, 2020
The Mammoth Book of Dracula Mammoth Books How will the King of Vampires adapt to the social and technological changes brought by the twenty first century Could the Count s condition be cured by modern medicine How does the mythology perpetuat
  • Title: The Mammoth Book of Dracula (Mammoth Books)
  • Author: Stephen Jones
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  • Page: 386
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • How will the King of Vampires adapt to the social and technological changes brought by the twenty first century Could the Count s condition be cured by modern medicine How does the mythology perpetuated by literature and movies affect the existence of a real bloodsucker What if Dracula found himself ruler of a world controlled by vampires Or perhaps political and ecoloHow will the King of Vampires adapt to the social and technological changes brought by the twenty first century Could the Count s condition be cured by modern medicine How does the mythology perpetuated by literature and movies affect the existence of a real bloodsucker What if Dracula found himself ruler of a world controlled by vampires Or perhaps political and ecological catastrophe will result in the Count s final destruction This tribute to the world s greatest vampire collects together than 200,000 words of Dracula fiction by masters of dark fantasy such as Hugh B Cave, R Chetwynd Hayes, Basil Copper, John Gordon, Brian Hodge, Nancy Holder, Nancy Kilpatrick, Roberta Lannes, Thomas Ligotti, Paul J McAuley, Nicholas Royle, Guy N Smith and many .It also includes a brand new story from Charlaine Harris.
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        Stephen Jones is an eighteen time winner of the British Fantasy Award.

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    1. In the past few months, I have gone through again the annotated version of Bram Stoker s legendary novel Dracula Unearthed , a revisionist view about how the myth might have some actual historical foundation The Dracula Papers , and an action packed graphic novel dealing with Sherlock Holmes out witting Dracula Victorian Undead Vol II I had started feeling intrigued with the idea that Dracula in the past is fair game, but how might he act react if he gets a chance now, i.e in this present , and [...]


    2. I have rarely read anthologies and I think I know why now This book took a long time for me to finish I learned some key things about short story compilations If, within a couple of pages you are flipping to see how many pages are left, you do not like the story If you can t put the book down until you finish the short storyyou have found a winner This book covers Dracula from inception the first short story is from Bram Stoker to beyond modern day Some of the stories are incredible, some are ok [...]


    3. Although some of the stories here are truly baffling in the sense that I can t imagine how the editor who compiled these works ever thought they were of high enough quality to merit inclusion, some of these are so great that I d venture to say they have better premises than the source material Overall uneven but pretty enjoyable.


    4. Most of the stories lack either interest or decent writing, but there are a few decent ones among the lot Not worth a buy, but not a bad borrow.



    5. The last five stories are probably the best Everything else was tedious to get through Might recommend Would not re read.


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