Dracula, My Love: The Secret Journals of Mina Harker (Compact Disc)

The Secret Journals of Mina Harker

By Syrie James, Justine Eyre (Narrated by)

Tantor Media Inc, 9781400116720

Publication Date: August 17, 2010



Syrie James approaches Bram Stoker's classic Dracula with a breathtaking new perspective-as, for the first time, Mina Harker records the shocking story of her scandalous seduction and sexual rebirth. Who is this magnetic, fascinating man? And how could one woman fall so completely under his spell? Mina Harker is torn between two men. Struggling to hang on to the deep, pure love she's found within her marriage to her husband, Jonathan, she is inexorably drawn into a secret, passionate affair with a charismatic but dangerous lover. This haunted and haunting creature has awakened feelings and desires within her that she has never before known, remaking her as a woman. Although everyone she knows fears him and is pledged to destroy him, Mina sees a side to him that the others cannot: a tender, romantic side; a man who's taken full advantage of his gift of immortality to expand his mind and talents; a man who is deeply in love and who may not be so guilty of evil after all. Yet to surrender is surely madness, for to be with him could end her life. It may cost Mina all she holds dear, but to make her choice she must learn everything she can about the remarkable origins and sensuous powers of this man, this exquisite monster, this...Dracula.

About the Author

Syrie James is the bestselling author of "The Secret Diaries of Charlotte Bronte" and "The Lost Memoirs of Jane Austen."

Justine Eyre is a classically trained actress who has narrated over two hundred audiobooks. With a prestigious Audie Award and four "AudioFile" Earphones Awards under her belt, Justine is multilingual and is known for her great facility with accents. Her recent television credits include "Two and a Half Men" and "Mad Men."

Praise For Dracula, My Love: The Secret Journals of Mina Harker

"Through pauses, pace, and emphasis, [Eyre] builds tension during the more pitched moments, but also keeps the exposition and contemplative moments engaging without being overdramatic." ---Publishers Weekly Audio Review