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Dracula in Love by Karen Essex is my pick of the week. It was released August 10th by Doubleday. It's a new take on an old classic. The story is narrated from the perspective of Mina Murray Harker, Dracula's love interest. I've heard it described as "Twilight for grown-ups". It looks dark, Gothic and full of rich atmosphere. All the new vampire stories of the YA variety, make the poor old original Dracula seem rather quaint and old-fashioned. I'm prepared to go back in the day, go retro and suck up a new point of view of the original story. It looks like something I can sink my teeth into. What about you?
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