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Frankenstein by Mary Shelley 

In this tale of bio-engineering gone horribly wrong, Victor Frankenstein uses body parts of the dead to bring a creature to life. When Frankenstein abandons his experiment in horror, the Monster embarks on a quest that results in the ultimate revenge. 

Dracula by Bram Stoker 

In this timeless gothic vampire romance, young solicitor Jonathan Harker must shield his fiancé, Mina, from the predations of the insatiable Count Dracula. Mysteriously drawn to the Count, Mina, however, struggles to break free from the psychic grip of the mysterious dark stranger from Transylvania.

Public Domain (P)2018 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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It was so different

First of all it was so different from the movie and second I loved both

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  • Teela'Na
  • 03-10-2019

Wonderful rendition of two Gothic Horror classics!

It took me awhile to finish both books (I am not the fastest reader or listener), but I can honestly say I enjoyed every minute. I am a Universal Monster and Hammer Horror fan girl. I read both Frankenstein & Dracula during my college years (how I wish I had Audible back then!) The former was mandatory reading and has since become my favorite horror classic for various reasons - and thus, opened up a rabbit hole which lead me to reading the latter. Though, I will admit to preferring some of the film, comic, Manga and other media adaptions of Dracula better than Stoker's novel, I still respect it. Mr. Gildart Jackson is a fantastic narrator and voice actor. I previously heard him preform in the English adaptation of one my favorite anime (ironically, Hellsing Ultimate), and he is the sole reason I chose this version of Frankenstein & Dracula out of handful that were available on Audible. Needless to say, I was NOT disappointed!

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  • Kev
  • 19-07-2020

two for one!

Pretty good deal. Two classics together. Having only been exposed to the Hollywood versions of these stories, I was impressed at the major difference in heart and soul and overall feel of both of these Stories. Frankenstein I found to be a bit whiney for my taste, but Dracula was really good and not at all what I expected. Well worth the credit.

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  • Kurbis
  • 01-06-2020

Amazing depth

Both books have inspired entire genres of literature and film, easy to see why. So many lesser works wrought by these great classics

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  • edgar
  • 20-02-2020

Loved every single minute!

Best story telling I've heard this far! Of course the books themselves are masterpieces but the reader brought a whole new level of enthusiasm! Will definitely listen to again!

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  • Devin Young
  • 30-10-2019

Both good, Dracula's better

It was nice to get both of these together as I wanted to listen to one or the other. Dracula was definitely the superior book in my opinion, but both were entertaining.

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