Review: iDracula

Review: iDracula

iDracula

by 

Bekka Black

 

 Five STARS!

iDracula is the first cell novel I read and do plan on reading more!

iDracula is the modern twist to, you guessed  it, the classic Dracula novel

The whole story is written in first story narrative from different characters in the form of text messages and emails for the most part, as well as a coroner’s report and screen shots of web searches for various things–a novel concept to be sure.

The story starts with a text message from Jonathon Harker to Mina Murray to inform her that Renfield has gone crazy and been taken to a hospital.

It continues on through Jonathon’s trip to Bucharest, illness and coming back home to Mina’s illness, Van Helsing, Lucy’s illness, Renfield’s illness and the results of blood tests, autopsy reports and web searches.

This is definitely a different take for me since there isn’t the usual background setting, feelings and personal introspection you get in my usual novels.

Well done to Bekka Black!

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