The classic vampire story that started it all gets new life for a generation of connected teens 18-year-old Jonathan Harker is diagnosed with a rare blood disorder after visiting a Romanian Count. His girlfriend Mina and a pre-med student named Van Helsing team up to investigate the source of the disease. The teenagers discover a horrifying truth: the Count is a vampire. The harrowing events unfold through emails, text messages, web pages, Twitter feeds, and instant messaging-the natural modernization of Bram Stoker's original Dracula, which was written in letters, diary entries, and news clippings. "Bold, innovative , and warped. . .an insanely imaginative tour de force." â€“James Rollins, New York Times bestselling author "Black expertly interweaves story and technology in this timely Dracula tale." â€“Rebecca Maizel, author of infinite Days "What happened?" "Not sure. I was fine when I went to bed." "But?" "But I dreamed that someone got into my room." "Who?" "I don't remember his face. He was tall, thin, pale...I was paralyzed. And then my neck hurt and my mouth was full of..." "Of what?" "Blood. My mouth was full of blood." (20100901)
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