Review; Stoker's Wilde by Steven Hopstaken and Melissa Prusi

Earlier I ended up reading Stoker's Wilde by Steven Hopstaken and Melissa Prusi and today I'll post mt review.

Description from Goodreads
Years before either becomes a literary legend, Bram Stoker and Oscar Wilde must overcome their disdain for one another to battle the Black Bishop, a mysterious madman wielding supernatural forces to bend the British Empire to his will. With the help of a European vampire expert, a spirited actress and an American businessman, our heroes fight werewolves, vampires and the chains of Victorian morality. The fight will take them through dark forests in Ireland, the upper-class London theater world and Stonehenge, where Bram and Oscar must stop a vampire cult from opening the gates of Hell.

My Thoughts on the Book
For me, Stoker's Wilde was a fun and engaging read with several nods to both Bram Stoker's Dracula and Oscar Wilde's Picture of Dorian Gray. That being said, some of Wilde's dialogue seemed a bit "off" and not quite like him. It was still an entertaining read though.


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