I just finished the official sequel to Bram Stoker’s Dracula, “Dracula: The Un-Dead.”. It was co-authored by Bram Stoker’s great-grandnephew, Dacre Stoker, and Ian Holt. I found it a very interesting story to listen to on CD. Bram Stoker is a character in the book as a man who wrote a poor selling book based on a “lunatic’s ravings,” John Barrymore is a drunk who wants to go to California to act in a talking picture, Jack the Ripper is “alive” and well, DNA, and the Titanic. Add in plot twists, legends, and a wide cast of familiar characters, and you have a great read.
The book is not too gory (except in parts), some creepy sex, vampiric lesbian moments, and some funny moments as well. I usually do not read horror books, but this was a great book! I really enjoyed it!