Young solicitor Jonathan Harker travels to the remote
mountains of Transylvania to meet with Count Vladimir Dracula. The young man barely escapes with his
life. Dracula journeys to England where
he makes the acquaintance of Harker’s beloved Wilhelmina Murray and her friend
Lucy Westenra. And then the plot
thickens. It should be great fun to read
around the holiday.
The Dracula novels
are inspired by the real Count Vlad Dracula 1431-1476. He was a hero to his people and feared by his
enemies. If you would like to read a
more modern story featuring the famous Transylvanian, The Historian by
Elizabeth Kostova is an award winning, beautifully written story that is hard
to put down.
God can be found anywhere - even on a dark and stormy night, amidst the cobwebs and coffins of Castle Dracula. "Dracula - a devotional" includes the entire text of Bram Stoker's timeless horror classic. After each of the 27 chapters is a personal devotion to draw the Reader into a sweeter intimacy with Jesus Christ and deeper into his kingdom. This enlightening and enjoyable devotional is best enjoyed beside a reassuring fire, with a nice cup of tea...and, perhaps, just a small clove of garlic.
About the Author
The author of the international bestseller, "Son of Hamas," Ron Brackin has traveled extensively in the Middle East as an investigative journalist. He was in the West Bank and Gaza during the Al-Aqsa Intifada, on assignment in Baghdad and Mosul after the fall of Iraq, and more recently with the rebels and refugees of Southern Sudan and Darfur. Ron has contributed articles and columns to many publications, including USA Today and The Washington Times. He was a broadcast journalist with WTOP-AM, the all-news CBS radio station in Washington D.C. and weekend news anchor on Metromedia's WASH-FM. And he served as a congressional press secretary during the Reagan Administration.