Welcome to Dracula Land | A Historical Horror Book

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About the Book

True Story of Dracula is a horror book. It is written as if Dracula had existed. So it starts with Vlad III, from his early childhood, and tries to give him a character one can relate to, until the moment he was killed and how he was transformed into Dracula. How Dracula was and acted among his fellow humans. Not to forget how he managed to stay hidden for all those years. As one can see in the personified characteristics, I have also built up the character of Dracula, giving him a whole lot more depth. I have also built on the vampires whom Dracula makes and have given them a lot more of a persona as well. I have chosen to give one other character in the book more detail.

Then we begin with the main plot of the book, a class from California traveling to Romania on a research trip. As they are to discover, it turns from a research trip to a getaway trip.

Here, I have also found it necessary to give each student that goes on the trip a character that goes into depth, not only so we can get an understanding of the person, but also to assist me in writing. An example would be, given these characteristics, what would most likely happen? I have personified each characteristic such as mine, where after each book, it has hopefully increased the number of characters it goes to depth with. It does not only help you think forward but also backward. An example would be, her mother is interesting; she may have had an affair, which we can include in a new book. The other alternative could be that this character is so rich. Maybe we can focus on highlighting them more or perhaps tell his side of the story.

You can see yourself going down a road when you come to a crossing. One road has a sign saying “True Story of Dracula (Hardcover)” the other has “True Story of Dracula (Kindle)”. You cannot make up your mind which one to take.

The Differences Between the Versions:

The hardcover version is meant for the ones who really want the experience to go along. Whereas the Kindle edition is for the ones who really do not care about the attributes but value the text, how it has been written and whether it is a good story.

The hardcover version has a lot more graphical images than does the Kindle version.

The graphical effects that are applied to the hardcover version make you want to continue. On the Kindle, it has no aura.

Personal Approach:

I would advise everybody to go for the hardcover or Paperback version. It is simply so rich. When I was going through it for the final time before sending it to the publishers the experience was amazing. Everything how it begun, the following pages and how it now differs to what it once was a movie manuscript.