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The New Annotated Dracula, by Bram Stoker

Amazingly, it’s still really, really scary. I think what keeps it fresh is the epistolary style: the points-of-view are all incomplete, but you’re inside people’s heads, so it’s easy to forget all the things you know that they don’t, even when you’re reading this “get your vampire geek on” version.

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