so far it's kept me interested. bram stokers dracula is an all time favorite. its staying true to the story line. if you like dracula, definintly read this book.
i read it, i didn't like it. NUH UH!
This is definitely keeping my on the edge of my seat. It's been a while (early Stephen King?) since a horror book has gripped me so intensely.
I really liked it, but I have a question I'd really like answered. This question may contain spoilers, so if you haven't finished the book...stop reading this post now......you've been warned, SPOILERS!........
At the end of the book as Bathory & Dracula are fighting it out, it says "Bathory sighed. She thought about the second stranger. Her mentor. How Bathory wished he could be here to witness Dracula's demise". And she asks him "Have you ever wondered, Vlad...who it is that hates you more than I?"
She refers to this stranger as the one that bascally sired her. But is it ever revealed who this "mentor" is? I'm wondering if I missed something or if it was meant to be a mystery? It's driving me crazy so if anyone knows the answer, please respond to this post! Thanks!