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iDrakula by Bekka Black

Young Adult, Paranormal


Title: iDrakula
Author: Bekka Black
Publication date: 1st October 2010
Pages: 150

My Rating(s): 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Book Blurb

18-year-old Jonathan Harker is diagnosed with a rare blood disorder after visiting a Romanian Count. His girlfriend Mina and a pre-med student named Van Helsing team up to investigate the source of the disease. The teenagers discover a horrifying truth: the Count is a vampire. The harrowing events unfold through emails, text messages, web pages, Twitter feeds, and instant messaging-the natural modernization of Bram Stoker’s original Dracula, which was written in letters, diary entries, and news clippings.


I choose this book because I unable to restrain myself when it come to the vampire. The title and cover intrigued me. I might not join the bandwagon as this book was 10 years ago, published. I think this is a great encouragement for me to check out on Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

From dark Gothic horror to a light visual read. iDrakula is such a fun read for me.
A modernization and innovative story of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. I do enjoy reading this. I feel like a stalker because the writing style is in cellphone screen message or an email. I think this is another creative way in telling a story. The author succeeds to deliver the details in a simple way!

You may recognize the characters very well if you read the original Dracula, a similar character has been portrayed, but they’re all surrounded by technology. I still able to follow and imagine the story pace even I haven’t read the original one, but I have watched the movie, so classic!

So far, I enjoy reading this. It’s a light horror and suitable for a relax and a quick read.


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