Super-Rare, Pirated Version of DRACULA Out Now!

By Ed Glaser | Wednesday, September 13, 2017

For an entire nation, for 100 years, the bootleg Turkish rewrite of Dracula WAS Dracula.

Bram Stoker’s seminal vampire novel would not be properly translated into Turkish until 1998, a century after its original publication. Instead, there was Ali Rıza Seyfioğlu’s Dracula in Istanbul: The Unauthorized Version of the Gothic Classic (originally Kazıklı Voyvoda), a “Turkified” version that transports the characters and action to Istanbul, condenses the story, adds new scenes, and floods the entire novel with Turkish nationalism. And it’s available in English for the first time ever — as of right now.

To buy the Paperback or Kindle edition, please visit Amazon.com.

To buy the eBook from us directly in .mobi and .epub format (.mobi is compatible with Kindle as well), visit draculainistanbul.com.

This is your chance to own the version of Dracula that even the biggest horror fan in your life doesn’t have.

And on that note, we’d love it if you would please tell your friends about it! Unlike with large publishers, it’s been difficult to get news of this exciting discovery out into the world. We’d be grateful if you’d please share the link or the trailer on Facebook, Twitter, reddit, or your social media of choice. Thank you!

And if you enjoy the book, please leave us a review on Amazon or Goodreads.

Dracula in Istanbul Book Cover

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