Re: What are you reading? (continued)
Well, it had some interesting aspects about it. I'm pretty sure this was marketed to the young adult/children audience, but it was on sale at B & N for 6 bucks, so I grabbed it and thought, what the hell. It reminded me of Bev Vincent's book on Steve with the pockets of surprises, only in this case, they were clues. I did figure it out before the end, but I must say, it was sort of fun. Kind of like one of those mystery puzzles you put together.
There is a missing chapter from Dracula included, which apparently was edited out of the original. When I first listened to Dracula on audio, I thought it was pretty good. To be able to read an additional chapter not in the original was great.
And, it's actually a pretty little book that is quick to read. If you are an adult who doesn't particularly care to act like a kid, it might be a waste of your time. But, it definitely spoke to that long lost kid reader in me and I enjoyed it.
I definitely wouldn't have paid full price for it, but for 6 bucks, it was worth my time.
Originally Posted by Haunted
"You've been here before, but things are about to change. I know it. I feel it. There's a storm on the way." -- Stephen King