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One of the most popular stories ever told, it is essentially a Victorian saga, an awesome tale of thrillingly bloodthirsty vampire whose nocturnal atrocities reflect the dark underside of a supremely moralistic age. Above all, Dracula is a quintessential story of suspense and horror, boasting one of the most terrifying characters in literature: centuries-old Count Dracula, whose diabolical passions prey upon the innocent, the helpless, the beautiful.

Customer Reviews

This podcast is meh.

There were some readers who read extremely well and fit the story perfectly. But there were also some readers who did not fit this story at all...(Marlo Diane in particular). I was very vexed by the fact that there was no emmotion in this womans voice and it sounded like she was trying to sigh and talk at the same time. Other than that this podcast is okay, it is very nice to have classics such as Dracula in the public domain and available for free download. Perhaps should be a bit more selective with who they choose to read for their audiobooks.

A good story, but obviously free

Dracula is a classic story and if you haven't the patience to read it, then I highly reccomend listening to it. For the most part, the narrators were good- with two exceptions. The first being the narrator of chapter two who is hard to bear because of her horrible attempt at a British accent. However, she only reads once, so she's forgivable. She is nothing to the other offender, who calls herself Marla Diane, or something to that effect. She narrates several chapters, including the last (I cannot even begin to tell you how much I wanted to kick something when I heard her start to read the last chapter), and getting through each of her chapters is an uphill struggle. I was extremely, EXTREMELY attempted to skip said chapters. She sighs when she reads in the most annoying way possible and her Van Helsing accent (especially during Chapter 27 when she reads in it for a long strech) is nigh incomprehensible. In conclusion, this is worth the free download, but Marla Diane should be banned from reading aloud.

A treat, but some of the readers are hard to endure.

I really appreciate having this tale in podcast form. Some of the readers (especially the guy on Chapters 5 and 6) are absolutely awful and tempt you to skip the entire chapter. Other readers are excellent and pull you into the story. The story itself gets 5 stars but some of the readers reduce the overall quality of the podcast.

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