Quincey Morris, Vampire

Quincey Morris Vampire Texan adventurer Quincey Morris managed to kill the famous Dracula prince among vampires at the cost of his own life But that wasn t the end now Quincey is a vampire And Dracula s old enemy Profess

  • Title: Quincey Morris, Vampire
  • Author: P.N. Elrod
  • ISBN: 9780671319885
  • Page: 279
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Texan adventurer Quincey Morris managed to kill the famous Dracula, prince among vampires, at the cost of his own life But that wasn t the end now Quincey is a vampire And Dracula s old enemy, Professor Van Helsing, has managed to convince Quincey s friends that the only good vampire even if he s a former comrade is a dead one

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    1 thought on “Quincey Morris, Vampire”

    1. A sort of fractured fairy tale follow-up to the story line of Bram Stoker's Dracula, Quincey Morris follows the titular character after he has died during the battle against Dracula and now newly undead. The book doesn't really have a plot to speak of, but the characters are entertaining and the twists on the classic Dracula tale are choice.

    2. Is it a spoiler to say this book is terrible?!I remember having to write an essay in first year in secondary school and I spent ages coming up with a beginning and a middle, but I didn't spend any time on the ending. It was getting way late on sunday evening so I just put together some piece of crap at the end. If i'd had more time I'd have written a better ending. I guess getting a book published must be a lot like that. Maybe they'd started printing the first bits of the book and so Elrod put [...]

    3. Very uneven-quality follow-up to Dracula from the perspective of Quincey Morris. The chapters that deal solely with Bram Stoker's original characters are nice, and Elrod captures them well, especially in the early chapters. She paints a fairly believable revisionist account of the events of Dracula from the vampire's perspective, although many things get fairy-dusted away with off-stage explanations (like the events on the Demeter in Dracula). Everything else is in the book is fan fiction-level [...]

    4. This is one of the few books I actively tell people to avoid. I thought that I would like it based on reading the description. Oh, how very wrong I was. This is just like a really annoying fanfiction. The characters are completely weird and act nothing like they should. Elrod took entirely too much license with the plot and characters of Dracula, so it really is nothing than a poor quality fanfic of a classic book. Ugh.

    5. This is great vampire fun, with flavor of fairytale Transylvania and late 19th century England although I hated attempts to rewrite Dracula and replace Mina with whiney, spoiled, preachy strrrooong woman - wealthy women were apparently mistreated minority in 19th century England. Otherwise, very good

    6. 'Harmless fun' was the first thought in my mind after finishing this. High literature it is not, but after a slow start becomes very readable. I was perhaps hoping for some twist in the end, which never came. Nevertheless, infinitely better than Elrod's hard boiled vampire mashups.

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