Dracul, a Prequel …

The Sanguine Woods

There is something I did not tell Matilda that day, something I kept to myself all this time and will take to my grave. As I stared down at the dirt in Nanna Ellen’s bed, as I watched the worms and maggots wiggle about, as I took in the scent of death, I was not as repulsed as she, as I should have been. Instead, it seemed vaguely welcoming—instead, I stood there and fought with all my strength the urge to climb inside and lie down.

—from Dracul, by Dacre Stoker and JD Barker


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