Dracula by Claire Bampton


Dracula by Claire Bampton

This is the greatest gothic horror story ever written, brought to life in this exceptional pop-up graphic novel. The finest contemporary illustration, dramatic storytelling and superb paper engineering combine to make this spectacular edition. Feel Jonathan's fear as Castle Dracula looms ahead of you; beware the strange wolf leaping out of the page, and don't step too far into the graveyard where demonic spirits are waiting. True to Bram Stoker's classic story, this gripping retelling springs to life with a dramatic pop on every spread. Let Dracula haunt you once more! This is a unique pop-up graphic novel treatment of a thrilling classic.

About the Author

Abraham Bram Stoker (1847-1912) was an Irish writer, best known as the author of the novels Dracula and Lair of the White Worm.

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16 pages
Interest Age: 9+


Claire Bampton
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Publication date

7th September 2009



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