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The Dracula Tape by Fred Saberhagen
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Nov 01, 10

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Read in October, 2010

After reading Renfield: Slave of Dracula, I had an urge to reread this reworking of Dracula. It's my favorite version of the story and I've read it many times. Saberhagen does a fantastic job of explaining the story of the novel Dracula from Dracula's point of view. There are several plot holes and faults in Bram Stoker's book that Saberhagen's Dracula points out and uses to his advantage that this version becomes quite convincing. Although Dracula is trying to make himself look completely innocent and persecuted, there's enough ambiguity to introduce doubts in the reader's mind. There's a whole series of Dracula novels that vary in quality, but I've enjoyed them all as light reading over the years. When I imagine Dracula, I have to admit I imagine Saberhagen's Dracula.

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