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Vlad the Impaler: Son of Dracul Kindle Edition
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Many will assume this is just another retelling of the "Dracula" horror myth... but Vlad's story is true. Hitler's Holocaust killed approximately 10% of Germany's people, while some estimates claim that Vlad exterminated more than 20% of his fellow Wallachians. A gruesome genre-bender with perverse humor, based on 15th-century history. Warning: graphic transgressive violence.
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The World of Vlad
5 November 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
2 people found this helpful.
Vlad III ("the Impaler"), ruler of Wallachia (part of present-day Romania) during the 15th century, was the inspiration for Bram Stoker's 1897 novel, "Dracula," which spawned many plays and movies. This ebook is written in a very readable modified screenplay format, and covers the main episodes of depravity from Vlad's life that have survived the centuries, punctuated with episodes of black humor. This is a true horror story, recounting the many incidents of torture and killing that have been attributed to Vlad. In my opinion it's high time for a movie about Vlad, so I was happy to see someone else thinks so too!
The rapacious (yet irresistible) Vlad Dracula
27 September 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
It's a little unusual. It's seems to be a dark comedy screenplay treatment of Vlad Tepes life and times complete with screen direction. It's not a great primary source for understanding the historical Dracula. But it's an enjoyable read if you are already acquainted with the historical Dracula and are just in the mood for some light reading. It sticks with the German perspective, where Dracula is a villainous monster, but I found myself laughing out loud (perhaps inappropriately) as Vlad dishes out his own twisted brand of justice with his henchman Dragomir.
Was this a book or a screenplay?
7 June 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
One person found this helpful.
This book was written as if it were a theatrical play. They had the names of the person speaking before each of the sentences. I really don't know if this book was based on facts or just someone writing a story. The book flowed right through till the end, which surprised me since I got through it so fast. Some new information I didn't know, but just an odd format.
10 November 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
3 people found this helpful.
I loved this book! It was as grotesque as I expected it to be, yet oddly humorous at times. How he can be a hero to some is beyond me. Yep, I'd recommend this story and author.
13 October 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
I'm an Order Of the Dragon enthusiast... This has absolutely shut my eyes to my love for the notorious impaler. Ugh. Terrifying. I've read some scary stuff but wow, this was almost like an authentic "interview with the vampire" great horror\ history read.
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