I’m currently on page 240 and comfortably in the middle of this book now and I can’t believe how long it’s taken me. Don’t let my slowness be a reflection of how good this book is though.
Contrary to my initial reservations, it’s actually turning out to be a pretty good read. While the book seems to be about Bram Stoker’s life before writing Dracula and vampires are real and terrorizing him, it’s so far coming across well. I don’t feel like it’s really corny or predictable, it seems to be respecting the lore that Bram Stoker established in Dracula, but it doesn’t feel lazy or unimaginative.
The ‘scary’ part is now starting to come into play and I am so here for it.