i dracula d s crowe night mode reading

In the Westerner culture Friday the 13th is commonly known as an unfortunate day. It’s so due to religious factors that relate to number 13, while Friday comes into context only around 19th century.

The date, as far as I know, is far from unlucky to everyone. For instance, it’s pretty good, and often even exceptionally fortunate to me. But then, your favorite book nosferatu is easily amused.

Today I have good news for you too, though, as “I, Dracula” by D.S. Crowe, whose ARC I’m currently reading, is finally available. The book is a prequel to Bram Stoker‘s book “Dracula“, and is full of classically gothic supernatural events.

And how is your Friday the 13th?

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