by Burnside Genre Team, October 16, 2009 2:12 PM
Leslie Klinger does it again! By approaching Dracula as he did Sherlock Holmes, Klinger provides insights and historical inquiries into the validity of Stoker's "fictional" telling of the Count, ultimately leaving the reader to truly wonder if the Count is real or imaginary. With a plethora of annotations, supplemental material, and photos, this edition will entertain for weeks if not years on end. Klinger not only references the source material, but also places the Count's story in context with Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles and the Buffyverse, among other vampiric tales.