Count Dracula sleeps in a silent tomb beneath his desolate castle. His eyes are stony and his cheeks are deathly pale. But on his lips, there is a mocking smile-and a trickle of fresh blood. He has been dead for centuries, yet he may never die . . . Here begins the most celebrated vampire story in history, a tale of age-old evil that is forever new. With its haunting mix of suspense and horror, Bram Stoker's Dracula is a novel of compelling power. Reader, be warned- Once you enter Castle Dracula, you might not escape its baleful spell-even after you close this book . . .
With an Introduction by Leonard Wolf and an Afterword by Jeffrey Meyers