Top 20 best books to read during isolation

1Dracula, Bram Stoker

Whatever went between Bram Stoker and the Hungarian explorer and essayist Ármin Vámbéry when they met in London and discussed the Carpathian Mountains, it brooded in the Gothic creative mind of Stoker into a work that has had a boundless effect on Western culture. It’s not hard to peruse the Count as a shadowy sexual figure astonishing strict Victorian England in their beds, however in Stoker’s grasp he’s likewise grisly frightening.

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