Dracula Readalong

Dracula by Bram Stoker (in which Mina and her many boyfriends hunt monsters) has all the spine-tingles of a good horror story and all the wordcraft of a classic. I’m rereading one of my favorite books, starting September 5th. I’m hoping to finish by Halloween, as if right and proper. Please join me!

The Schedule: img_1779
9/13: Finish Chapter 3
9/20: Finish Chapter 7
9/27: Finish Chapter 10
10/4: Finish Chapter 14
10/11: Finish Chapter 17
10/18: Finish Chapter 20
10/25: Finish Chapter 24
10/31:Finish Chapter 27

I’ll be posting here a couple of times a week with quotes, questions, and random observations/commentary. Any page number references will be to my copy, the Barnes and Noble 2003 paperback.  I might do some extra reading on JSTOR or other weird places; if I find anything interesting, I’ll link it.

Starter question: Have you read Dracula before? Is there an edition or cover that you particularly love? I keep meaning to take a peek at The New Annotated Dracula because it sounds hilarous and awesome.

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