Mina Harker: The Curse of the Vampire

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Mina Harker: The Curse of the Vampire is a compelling sequel to Dracula, which also acts as a standalone story. Bringing back the old characters and adding new ones to create an emotional, action packed, modernised fantasy from Mina’s perspective with an added twist at the end. More

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Words: 28,830
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310236969
About Louise Lake

Louise Lake resides in Wakefield in the UK where she was born in 1989.
Louise mainly writes horror and fantasy fiction although she has future plans for a period drama love story and a book of comedy quirks.
Louise is also a poet and has written over two hundred and fifty poems.
Louise has had twelve poems published into separate anthologies by United Press and a few articles published into newspapers and magazines such as Take a Breaks Fate and Fortune and her local paper Wakefield Express.
Louise has also worked as a writer for the Wakefield Literature Festival where her story was acted out by live performers.
Louise is currently working on an angel and demon trilogy called Heavens Curse.
Louise's favorite Authors are Stephen King, Darren Shan, R.L.Stein, Paulo Coelho, Rhonda Byrne, Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, Emily Bronte, Stephanie Meyer and Bella Forrest.

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Review by: Tami Rogers on Sep. 02, 2014 :
Louise Lake's Mina Harker: The Curse of the Vampire was a fabulous read. I never heard the story quite like this. It puts a new spin on Interview with a Vampire that's for sure. This book has 'edge of your seat' suspense. I so did not see that ending coming :O
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Sarah Jane Rhonda Turner on July 27, 2014 :
Mina Harker. The curse of the vampire, is a captivating read that draws your attention from the very first page. Louise Lake's version of Mina has captured a powerful side to her character and shows us there is a strong side to the once fragile Mina Murry, that was victim in Bram Stroker's novel Dracula. The dark story is filled with suspense, and had me wondering if the end was nearing for Mina, with every page I turned. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and loved the twist at the end. A compelling read for all vampire fans. The only downside to this book, was that I could not put it down, and read it very quickly from cover to cover. Which brings me to the point, I will be looking out for more work by Louise Lake and can't wait for her new book series, Heaven's curse, coming out. Don't hesitate to purchase this book, as I am glad I did.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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