Dracula Unbound (2020)

Dracula Unbound Brian W. Aldiss Dracula Unbound In the barren dust of the far future the sun leaks energy in a darkening sky and the only remaining humans are imprisoned by spectral bloodthirsty beings Back in the brilliant Utah sunlight of
  • Title: Dracula Unbound
  • Author: Brian W. Aldiss
  • ISBN: 9780755100781
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Paperback
Dracula Unbound Brian W. Aldiss In the barren dust of the far future, the sun leaks energy in a darkening sky and the only remaining humans are imprisoned by spectral bloodthirsty beings Back in the brilliant Utah sunlight of 1999, two ancient graves yield evidence that a species of human coexisted with the dinosaurs Linking these scenarios is impetuous inventor, Joe Bodenland, who has just created a tIn the barren dust of the far future, the sun leaks energy in a darkening sky and the only remaining humans are imprisoned by spectral bloodthirsty beings Back in the brilliant Utah sunlight of 1999, two ancient graves yield evidence that a species of human coexisted with the dinosaurs Linking these scenarios is impetuous inventor, Joe Bodenland, who has just created a time machine that manipulates time to disperse of hazardous waste.
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  1. Oscar

    Esta novela es una secuela de Frankenstein desencadenado aunque no es una secuela propiamente dicha porque el nico personaje en com n es Joe Bodenland En este caso, Aldiss homenajea a Bram Stoker y a Dr cula , pero no le sale tan bien como en Frankenstein desencadenado.La historia de Dr cula desencadenado es delirante hasta decir basta Los Voladores, los esbirros de Dr cula, recorren el tiempo y la historia a sus anchas Tienen agentes en cualquier poca y pueden saciar su sed de sangre con cualqu [...]

  2. Dimitri

    Like many of us, I m fascinated by the figure of the vampire, cloaked with sensuality and primal violence Even if I have to admit that I m not a great lover of Stoker s book.Through the years I d chances to read many books dedicated to vampires, some are masterpieces I think about Kalogridis Diaries of the Family Dracul , some enjoyable Anita Blake s series some really deplorable only one word sparkling till this book by Aldiss.Aldiss here explain an alternative theory about the existence of the [...]

  3. Voss

    Interessante, molto interessante.Vampiri, viaggi nel tempo con relativi paradossi temporali.Per qualcosa non funziona, ancora non ho capito cosa.Peccato Aldiss in qualche modo non riesce mai a soddisfarmi a pieno.

  4. Steve Goble

    I chose this Brian W Aldiss story as my Halloween read this year Yes, I started it before Halloween and just finished it That s a reflection of the wee amount of reading time I have these days than it is of the book Even so, the book did not wow me.It should have wowed me Dracula Time travel Hadrosaurs and pterodactyls Weird alien races A super weapon Brad Stoker being a bit creepy and weird Narrow escapes Close calls In other words, there was plenty here to make for a rip roaring bit of escapi [...]

  5. Don Massi

    I had meant to read Brian Aldiss for some time now, he s one of the great science fiction writers I haven t read So glad I decided to start with Dracula Unbound I usually don t like a story that uses science or pseudoscience to explain away the supernatural But Aldiss does it so eloquently, Dracula s origins, powers, motivations, all with a natural explanation What Aldiss does is make Dracula just as mysterious, just as awe inspiring, just as evil as the supernatural version Aldiss s Dracula is [...]

  6. Eli Bishop

    It could be worse I appreciate that the story is hilariously elaborate whereas someone else might ve stuck to the basics for a time traveling vampire hunters story, Aldiss threw in feuding archeologists and nuclear waste disposal inventions and ghost trains and three different kinds of vampire and a ruined Earth at the end of time It s just horribly written, with characters out of an R rated Tom Swift knockoff Since it s a sequel to a book that Roger Corman made a movie of, I suspect this one wa [...]

  7. Peveril

    First read Having noted his passing I wanted to read something by Aldiss, who I hadn t read since my youth, and bought this ebook, title familiar but not read before Perhaps I could have chosen better It felt poirly constructed, much older than its copyright date not in a positive sense and I couldn t say I either admired or enjoyed it I waded through it Back to my current Dickens.

  8. Artur Coelho

    Brian Aldiss tentou safar se com uma obra ambiciosa, que colide terror e fic o cient fica Falha numa prosa que se leva demasiado a s rio num romance cheio de premissas de sanidade duvidosa Afinal, que l gica pode haver em misturar viagens no tempo com linhas temporais paralelas, futuros distantes, passado profundo, rel quias contempor neas encontradas em estratos geol gicos do mesoz ico, Dr cula, Bram Stoker e Van Helsing, comboios que atravessam os tempos, e vampiros como uma esp cie paras tica [...]

  9. Sam

    Okay while the premise of this is good there was something about it I just didn t enjoy I don t whether it was the characters and my inability to connect with or care about them in anyway or whether the combination of time travel, vampires and Stoker was just too much but there was something that I just wasn t keen on The writing itself is good After a slowish start the story is fast paced and generally engaging but as I didn t connect with the characters I found I couldn t lose myself completel [...]

  10. Andrew

    I did enjoy this despite the fact on a couple of occasions the action seemed to have lurched on a bit which just seemed as if s on intense editing had taken place.at said the general tone and pace of the book was fine.Although not maybe as strong as Frankenstein unbound this was a similarly strong novel where again author meets creatione origin of vampires within this tale is fun and similarly how they are dispatched presents an alternate version of Jurassic history.

  11. Bill

    Not the best by Aldiss, not by a long shot Kind of amusing, any number of extraneous characters thrown in, I suspect in an attempt to make it seem better by confusion Only to be read by a person who thinks very well of Bram Stoker, and who would like to see him and his story complicated by time travelling characters from the future Any people matching that description, I ll be quite glad to sell you a first edition of this book, otherwise it goes to the library for the used book sale room.

  12. Elke

    A very original story combining the science fiction element of time travel with vampires, but I didn t like the writing at all There were uninteresting trivialities and silly remarks, especially from the Bram Stoker character at all times This often distracted from the suspense which would have been intense had the author focused on the story.

  13. Jemiah Jefferson

    Disappointing, but with beautiful language hardly a character to be found under a thick layer of bafflegab and overwrought gothic verbiage combined with the worst cliches of the 80s Not recommended.

  14. Bob Rust

    Dracula Unbound 1991 continues through a similar Time Travel plot the explorations of Frankenstein Unbound although this time in a lighter vein and with a Vampire theme.

  15. Claudio

    Una explicacion evolucionista sobre el origen del vampirismo, en esta novela que combina en iguales partes la ciencia ficcion, el horro y los viajes en el tiempo.

  16. Sally Bisbee

    All I can tell you is Dracula sends assassins to kill Bram Stoker before he can write his novel about vampires It s a very interesting premise I really enjoyed the book.

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