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For generations, readers have enjoyed classic literature. They have delighted in the romance of Jane Austen, thrilled at the adventures of Jules Verne, and pondered the lessons of Aesop. Introduce young readers to these familiar volumes with Great Illustrated Classics. In this series, literary masterworks have been adapted for young scholars. Large, easy-to-read type and cFor generations, readers have enjoyed classic literature. They have delighted in the romance of Jane Austen, thrilled at the adventures of Jules Verne, and pondered the lessons of Aesop. Introduce young readers to these familiar volumes with Great Illustrated Classics. In this series, literary masterworks have been adapted for young scholars. Large, easy-to-read type and charming pen-and-ink drawings enhance the text. Students are sure to enjoy becoming acquainted with traditional literature through these well-loved classics....

Title : Dracula (Great Illustrated Classics)
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ISBN : 9781596792401
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 239 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Dracula (Great Illustrated Classics) Reviews

  • Ellen
    2018-10-26 21:18

    Great read aloud for small children introducing them to the story.

  • Sarah
    2018-11-14 02:38

    My 7 year old really enjoyed reading this book with me. There were some intense plot points for her, but we were able to discuss them so she understood. Great for any young horror fan!

  • Dillon
    2018-11-07 23:21

    I thought it was a pretty good book. It was about a man named Jonathan at first, who was on a business trip, and went to Castle Dracula. He then learned the secret about Count Dracula, and soon escaped the castle. Soon after, Dracula escaped the castle, and was then shipped to London. He was going to destroy Europe, if someone didn't stop him. Jonathan then made a team with his wife, Mina, and Dr. Seward (a mental institutional doctor), Van Helsing (a medical doctor who was also a superstition teacher), and 2 friends, Quincey and Arthur. Mina was soon bitten by Dracula, and was turning into a vampire. The crew knew that there wasn't much time before she became a vampire, and she could only be cured by killing Dracula, so the crew went out to search for him. They went to castle Dracula, and killed Dracula's three wives. They found that Dracula's minion's were carrying him away in a coffin. The crew went into a huge fight, fighting off the minions, and killing Dracula. Mina was cured. But soon after, Quincey died of his wounds, and the story ended. It had a great perspective, but the ending wasn't that great. I rate it four stars

  • Wendy
    2018-11-01 00:27

    There is a reason this book is a classic-it has stood the test of time and is stil grippingly scary fun. Great characters, peeled back an onion layer at a time, women are put on pedestals, men are their brave protectors, there really is a great evil out there and of course the crazy bug eating guy.

  • Chloe
    2018-11-09 21:36

    This book was a little slow at times, but still very good, and a classic, of course. I would've given it a five, but I found the plot somewhat hard to follow...I'll have to read it again, and pay more attention...

  • Dillon
    2018-11-06 02:27

    The adapted "Great Illustrated Classics" by Jack Kelly Stays quite true to the original Bram Stoker novel. I prefer more dense chapter books as apposed to picture novels. None the less, it was a very short and easy read.3.5/5

  • Deviki
    2018-11-06 00:24

    I read this book and i find the story is quite different from the "Dead and Loving it" adaptation LOL. Although the vampire died quite easy and too fast for my liking and i also didn't think Quincy death was unnecessary but still a good story nevertheless ....loved the pictures as well.

  • Shawnee Bowlin
    2018-10-17 05:37

    It was not the best book, but certainly not the worst. Interesting. A good example to show differences in literature today and of the past.

  • Adnana Dason
    2018-10-15 21:40

    Always the same classic...but I recently finished Vlad's original Romanian story, and it worths every penny! http://bit.ly/XiyE4B

  • Vishy
    2018-11-16 05:19

    Re-read it in this abridged version. It is as wonderful as ever!

  • Alicia
    2018-10-24 21:32

    Where vampire stories all began. Great story.

  • Wendi
    2018-11-12 04:39

    This is the original and still one of my favorites in the Vampire genre, which it can be called now I think since there are so many that have saturated the indrustry.

  • Sandra Pedicini
    2018-10-29 03:33

    Even though it's an abridged kids' edition, it's filled with scary details, so make sure your children are old enough to handle.

  • Ariadna
    2018-11-04 05:18

    The illustrated version is horrible. I have to read it for a class project.

  • Saiesha Hinge
    2018-10-26 01:40

    nicely adapted. but i still have to read the original one by Bram Stoker.

  • Ginnie Grant
    2018-11-16 05:31

    I'm a big fan of this series but This is one of my all-time favorite novels and they just took too much away from it.

  • Soren
    2018-10-23 01:18

    I thought this book was a great read. I enjoyed it and really got sucked in to the story. I loved the way it was written (with journal entries), it made it much more suspenseful.

  • Debbie Muñiz
    2018-10-16 00:15

    Even now army 20 old age aim terrify of reading the full story of this Horror book. I have only read until a teenage aprove version. Back then, they sure did know how to scare people with monsters