Dracula the Un-Dead
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The authoritative sequel to Bram Stoker's original horror classic.
A quarter of a century after Count Dracula "crumbled into dust," Quincey Harker-the son of Jonathan and Mina Harker-leaves law school to pursue a career on stage, only to stumble upon the troubled production of Dracula, directed and produced by Bram Stoker himself.
As the play plunges Quincey into the world of his parents' terrible secrets, death begins to stalk the original band of heroes that defeated Dracula a quarter-century ago. Could it be that the count survived and is now seeking revenge? Or is there another, far more sinister force at work whose relentless purpose is to destroy anything and anyone associated with Dracula, the most notorious vampire of all time?
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him. The last thought that entered his mind was Van Helsing’s warning: What you do not see WILL kill you. Mina dashed down the stairs to the train platform. Waiting passengers scattered as she approached. She looked down at her hands, covered in Cotford’s blood. Her dress was stained with the blood of the Woman in White. As the whistle blew, she ran to the last carriage of the train that had just pulled in. She was about to board when she heard a strange sound, like a child bouncing a ball.
also occurred in April). This essential link lays the trail for a sequel to the sequel, with the distinct possibility that Dracula will indeed find his way to America. This decision necessitated altering the dating of the events in Stoker’s original narrative. The story of Dracula has been clearly established as being set in 1893, based on evidence both from the Notes and from references within the text itself. In order to use an adult Quincey Harker as the catalyst (and to set their own story
added the portly barrister, Peter Hawkins, as he sat back down in his leather office chair. “He is here to treat Mr. Renfield.” “What exactly has happened to Renfield?” Jonathan asked. “It’s still a mystery,” Hawkins said. “He was found half naked in the snow in a cemetery in Munich.” “Munich?” “My guess is, he was passing through on his way back from meeting a client.” Dr. Seward added, “He was found screaming in a fit of hysterics, and chanting verses of scripture.” “Mr. Renfield did have
Dracula once led forty thousand men against a Turkish invasion of three hundred thousand, the greatest army ever amassed to kill one man. But, when Dracula rode out at the head of his army with a forest of thirty thousand impaled Muslim prisoners writhing on their bloody spikes at his back, his enemies on the battlefield rode off in terror.” Quincey shifted uncomfortably in the carriage seat, deeply disturbed by Basarab’s praise of the man who had murdered his father. The memory of the
signatures. “Jack Seward was working with Basarab to find the Ripper.” “If Bathory knew about Seward and killed him,” Mina exclaimed as she read the signature on the letter, “then she would know about Basarab as well!” The look of panic on her face almost made him feel sympathy for her. Once again, his sense of honor pushed him into action. “Quincey is planning to confront Basarab during his rehearsal at half past six tonight, at the Lyceum.” Mina gasped audibly as she turned to look at the