Dracula by Bram Stoker

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What starts out as a regular business trip morphs quickly into an epic story of survival, eventually cascading into a struggle against the supernatural by a small group ill-equipped to fight it.

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05/27/2021
Mary M.
United States United States
Dracula

A fun read. The French insertions don't take away from it at all.

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05/14/2021
Chase D.
United States United States
Great fun

I'm enjoying learning new Spanish words mixed in with my native language. This has been a very flexible addendum to my other lessons. Comfortable learning experience over all.

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04/02/2021
Renee S.
United States United States
Awesome!

So far I love this as a learning resource! It has been very helpful to be able to click on the words and be taken to their definitions as well, it prevents me from opening my phone or other distracting devices while I'm trying to learn.