Dracula's Guest & Other Weird Tales

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(4.2 stars; 102 reviews)

Nine Gothic Horror Tales by the author of Dracula. (5 hr 12 min)


Dracula's Guest 29:49 Read by Robert White
The Judge's House 40:09 Read by Cate Mackenzie
The Squaw 25:01 Read by David Huston
The Secret of The Growing Gold 27:15 Read by Haylayer Flaga
Gipsy Prophecy 20:47 Read by Cate Mackenzie
The Coming of Abel Behenna 43:41 Read by Cate Mackenzie
The Burial of the Rats 27:16 Read by Haylayer Flaga
The Burial of the Rats, part 2 27:10 Read by Haylayer Flaga
A Dream of Red Hands 27:27 Read by Bellona Times
Crooken Sands 43:43 Read by Cate Mackenzie


Well read: an interesting series of short stories

(4 stars)

No quite as horrible as I expected, but at the same time, you really need to give Stoker time to work on you to be suitably horrified, so the short form may not serve him so well. The read is good.

Very Good!

(5 stars)

I think its amazing this old tale is bought to life by narrators accross the world - grateful thanks - Mandy - from my small corner of the world listening.

heard better

(4 stars)

I have heard a better read but otherwise okay

I loved Dracula, The stories are nothing alike, Simple and chesy

(1 stars)

Interesting Collection of Stories

(4 stars)

The readers largely did very well! The stories on the other hand . . . could be quite interesting at times. Some for the better, and some for not so much good. Except for the Dracula prequel, I think the stories tried to address some ills of his day, as he saw them anyhow.

(3 stars)

Most of the tales are very impressive and have an uniquely creepy atmosphere. Although it's not among the best works of Stoker, it's worth listening to. I was happily surprised by The Judge's house and The Comming of Abel Behenna. Great ambience and story. I've read better reads, but this is not a bad one at all.


(3 stars)

I really expected more from Bram Stoker. I thought these tales were rather tedious and somewhat pedestrian but were sort of worth the listen to. some of the recordings were very poor and some good.

Two great stories. The rest, not so much.

(3 stars)

Dracula's Guest and The Judge House are the only two stories worth hearing.