Synopses & Reviews
Vampyre! The name alone strikes terror into the hearts of most mortals . . . but not Dr. Cornelius Van Helsing
—a doctor by profession but secretly a vampyre expert and hunter extraordinaire. Lucky for us, he recorded everything he discovered about the hideous undead in his nineteenth-century journal . . . or did
he? His trusted companion Gustav deWolff has a slightly different story to tell. So, was Van Helsing a friend or foe to vampyres after all? Only you can decide. But beware, lest you draw the attention of a mysterious dark prince from Transylvania.
This lavish, highly interactive, and deliciously spooky book features everything you never wanted to know about vampyres! Take a look inside (if you dare) and discover creepy evidence of true gothic horror—foldout maps, booklets of vampyre myths and lore, Dr. Van Helsing's private letters, pull-tab revelations, heat-sensitive images and much more!
Budding vampyre aficionados will be enthralled with this terrifying lost journal by the 19th-century vampyre hunter extraordinaire. Includes foldout maps, booklets of gypsy lore, pull tabs, riddles, and more.
About the Author
Dr. Cornelius Van Helsing never had any intention of getting mixed up in the ludicrous exploits of his brother. But it was his fate to become an accidental vampyre hunter. After many dangerous journeys, he found himself in prison and his fate is unknown.
Gustav de Wolff was Dr. Van Helsing's trusted companion. Actually, he did a lot of the work credited to his master. But being loyal and true, that didn't bother him—too much.