dracula book review

Dracula Book Review & Book Learning

Author: Bram Stoker

Genre: Horror

It’s written by the Irish author,  Bram Stocker. He is the one who introduced the legendary character of vampire to us, which paved the way for many such future stories. A very old gothic novel it is!

What Should I Read Next?

6 Reasons Why It Is Your Next Book

  1. You love all the vampire shows. This one has set the benchmark for all the new stories.
  2. You want to know what could have they written in the 19th century about blood sucking vampires, the character that has become highly popular in the 21st century. They are still receiving the royalty for the use of word “Dracula”; this is how popular it is.
  3. You want to read a different a different type of horror story…no more of those scary ghosts and disappearing bad spirits.
  4. You like the gothic lifestyle. This book is surely going to give you some idea how that term has originated.
  5. You are interested in knowing why the tagline says “Believe in Him and pray that he never finds you.”
  6. You haven’t read a book where everything is in the form of documents like letters, journals, newspaper clippings. Maybe this can be your first.

Best Quote

“Listen to them, the children of the night. What music they make!” 


We believe in the thing that writing is a form of art that can’t be judged or rated. Every book has got something to tell and you will definitely learn something in the end even if you think the book is not good enough. Just like not all people like the same colour, similarly, not all people can like the same book. Every book has a different set of readers and we help to reach the right book to the right group by our unique reviewing style. That’s why instead of giving ratings, critical review or any other type of negative feedback; we share the things you will learn from any particular book. If it is something that resonates with what you are looking for in a book, you have found your next read!!! We also try to give the review in the simplest manner, so that we can encourage even the nonreaders to join the group.

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