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Incarnadine: The True Memoirs Of Count Dracula: Volume One

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Bram Stoker's most terrifying creation tells his own story in "Incarnadine: The True Memoirs of Count Dracula." Author R. H. Greene vividly reimagines the harrowing and sensual Dracula mythos as a first person memoir written by Dracula himself. In this first of two volumes, the Medieval origins of Dracula and his three brides are chronicled using elements drawn from Slavic...more
Published September 1st 2009
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Willow
This book is one of the most creative and imaginative reworking of the Dracula story I’ve ever read. It made my mind burst with ideas. It has some very beautiful prose too. It’s kind of an odd book though, with very short chapters.

I picked up “Incarnadine,” because I read such rave reviews on Amazon. About halfway through the book though, I wondered if I had been had. I was frustrated because the book seemed pointless, had awkward prose, and was mostly narrative, with little in the way of deep...more
Brad Middleton
Having read and reviewed numerous vampire novels over the past decade, I was getting used to the light reading that these books have become; something to leaf through on the subway or over lunch, with characters and plots quickly forgotten once the last page was finished. Granted, there are a number of good reads among the stacks of mediocrity, but I find that in general, vampire stories of late seem have the same simple characters, predictable plots, topped with a mix of blood, sex, and violenc...more
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