For a so-called vampire lover who grew up with #Twilight and #TheVampireDiaries (oops), I’m somewhat embarrassed to admit that I had never read Dracula. So when I found an audiobook on podcast while traveling earlier this year, I listened to it.
I think most people know the basic plot, which is the protagonist discovered that a vampire was trying to feed on him, so he escaped, but afterwards the the vampire started to hunt others in his life 🤷🏻♀️
Stoker’s structure is interesting in that he uses multiple first-person point of views instead of focusing on one person. He also uses repetition in his plot so that there’s that feeling of eternal cycles and despair. Thus although I already knew the ending, it was still a pleasure to listen to. *picture not by me, it’s a cover I found online .
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