Anthology of stories exploring the secret history of the world's most iconic monster
Anthology of stories exploring the secret history of the world's most iconic monster That the cruel, ambitious monster of Bram Stoker's most famous novel was once Vlad III Dracula, Voivode of Wallachia - the Impaler, to his enemies - is known. A warleader in a warlike time: brilliant, charismatic, pious, ferociously devoted to his country. But what came of him? What drove him to become a creature of darkness - an Un-Dead - and what use did he make of this power, through the centuries before his downfall? Decades after the monster's death, Jonathan and Mina Harker's son Quincey pieces together the story: dusty old manuscripts, court reports from the Holy Roman Empire at its height, oral traditions among the Szgany Roma people who once served the monster. David Thomas Moore, editor of Two Hundred and Twenty-One Baker Streets and Monstrous Little Voices, brings together five new and established authors with roots in Central and Eastern Europe to reveal a side to the literary world's greatest monster never seen before.
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