A review by filmcritic23
Powers of Darkness: The Lost Version of Dracula by Bram Stoker, Valdimar Ásmundsson


I was looking forward to this book when I heard it came out, and it did not disappointed. If anything, this fixed Dracula for me, which I did like, but had some issues with. Its like the author (Vladimir) did as well and sought out to fix it. I'm glad this book was found and translated so it can be enjoyed by all audiences. I have read mixed reviews on it, but I have nothing but good things to say about it. I'm glad they made Harker less of a pansy in this version, and reduced the three charming maidens to one since for some reason she provided more intrigue and mystery than the three of them. I'm only really disappointed with one thing, but since it was very drawn out in Stoker's version, I'm letting it slide. I highly recommend.