Dracula, by Bram Stoker (6 May — 6 November)

Wow… I spent six months reading this book! That’s gotta be a record. I mean, I’m not like Slowpants McGee over here; see, the book was written as a series of dated letters, so some crazy blogger put up the entries as though they were just posted this year. It was a pretty neat concept, and it was kind of fun to read it in “real time”, as it were, but unfortunately I couldn’t tell you much about how the book goes because, well, see the first sentence up there. And the fact that I read it in my Google Reader, so the shorter entries didn’t stay in my brain much longer than my Dinosaur Comics, which I love and adore but could not repeat to you except in general terms. Sigh.

So. Um. I think I’m going to skip out on reviewing the book proper; but I’ll say that I enjoyed reading it and you should, you know, check it out. It’s a classic for a reason.

Rating: 7/10

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