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July 1897 A valiant sea captain a clever fugitive a deceptive cook and a beautiful stowaway begin their journey from the unforgiving Black Sea to the misty shores of EnglandBut hidden in the hold of the Russian schooner Demeter an ancient predator with a lust for blood lies in waitSoon the voyage takes a sinister turn and the crew realizes the grave danger they are in Will any of them make it to their destination alive?Two timeBestseller in Vampire Horror Lord Ruthven Award Nominee 2012PraiseA fiendishly clever addition to the Dracula mythologyFits like a missing piece into Stoker's classic tale of horror Bram Stoker's Dracula has no omniscient narrator explaining about Dracula the character the picture is built up from personal accounts by other narrators in the story This is a powerful device which takes time but we learn seemingly at the same pace as others in the story about who and what Dracula is and details about the story are pieced together much like we learn things in real life So this book while an interesting idea and of interest to Dracula fans jars almost immediately as soon as the narrator explains about Dracula and what he is thinking and feeling It is too much explanation that detracts rather than adds to the story Maybe this is fine for the average reader who has little interest in the original book which is fairly literary in method but if you love Bram Stoker's understated original this book will cause some objections in the overly obvious explanations which Stoker left unsaid That said it is a worthy effort and good in parts in giving a back story however it is difficult to invest in some characters given that we know the outcome and this of course hangs over the book from start to finish However if this book raises interest in the original and gets people to read it then maybe it is not a bad thing and Bram Stoker gets some recognition for his literary efforts rather than it being considered just gothic horror

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Dracula's DemeterJuly 1897 A valiant sea captain a clever fugitive a deceptive cook and a beautiful stowaway begin their journey from the unforgiving Black Sea to the misty shores of EnglandBut hidden in the hold of the Russian schooner Demeter an ancient predator with a lust for blood lies in waitSoon the voyage takes a sinister turn and the crew realizes the grave danger they are in Will any of them make it to their destination alive?Two timeBestseller in Vampire Horror Lord Ruthven Award Nominee 2012PraiseA fiendishly clever addition to the Dracula mythologyFits like a missing piece into Stoker's classic tale of horror Overlong and ultimately boring seuel to Dracula which adds nothing to the mixDracula himself is written like a pantomime villain and the whole thing just grinds alongNot for me

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Download Reader ↠ Dracula's Demeter ↠ [PDF / Epub] ✐ Dracula's Demeter ☃ Join or create book clubs – Eyltransferservices.co.uk July 1897 A valiant sea captain a clever fugitive a deceptive cook and a beautiful stowaway begin their journey from the unforgiving Black Sea to the misty shores of EnglandBut hidden in the holJuly 1897 A valiant sea captain a clever fugitive a deceptive cook and a beautiful stowaway begin their journey from the unforgiving Black Sea to the misty shores of EnglandBut hidden in the hold of the Russian schooner Demeter an ancient predator with a lust for blood lies in waitSoon the voyage takes a sinister turn and the crew realizes the grave danger they are in Will any of them make it to their destination alive?Two timeBestseller in Vampire Horror Lord Ruthven Award Nominee 2012PraiseA fiendishly clever addition to the Dracula mythologyFits like a missing piece into Stoker's classic tale of horror I received this book free from I absolutely loved this book My only regret is that I read Dracula many times before I found this book The characters were well written and the fear slowly built into the terror it achieved at the end I found myself thinking as I read too bad the charactersship's crew didn't band together and share information until it was way too late The addition of Ekatrina a young girl stowaway was brilliant as it kept Dracula busy for uite some time Did this book scare me? It did a little and probably would have a lot if I hadn't already read Dracula first and that's simply because of the way the author writes and how he built the atmosphere and plot Though it was set during Dracula's sea voyage from Translavania to England the story flowed much easier than that of the original Dracula This story didn't drag nor did it linger on certain areas for too long or fail to give each incidence the time it deservedFor anyone who loves Vampire booksI would say this ranks right up there with the original Dracula I gave it 5 stars and would have given it if I could have