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Romping Through Dracula – At It Again – Book Review

At it Again! Romping through DraculaCover

Find out more about ‘At it again’ here.

At it again have been… at it again! This is the second in the series of handy pocket sized books on the literary classics of Ireland, this time dealing with Bram Stoker’s Dracula. The book gives you a blow by blow account of the story, as well as walks through Stoker’s Dublin and a variety of other nuggets of knowledge, such as what to bring with you when you go hunting Vampires. Essential knowledge if you ask me!

There’s also some insight into Stoker himself with a short biography and other illustrations of the man with the magnificent beard. You can find out how to dress the part, with instructions on what to wear if you want to look like a late Victorian man or woman. The nicest thing about these books are the lovely illustrations and the look and feel of the genuinely pocket sized volumes.

At it again previously took on James Joyce’s Ulysses and also have a Bloomsday Survival Kit. Here’s the story of how it came to happen “We were on a romp in the Dublin mountains when a great little idea came bounding along. With Bloomsday around the corner, we wanted to inspire people to love Dublin and stop fearing Ulysses. Our challenge was to take a big intimidating book and make it fun and accessible. We ran all the way down the mountain and straight into the pub. By the time we left, our minds were spinning with possibilities. Three mad months later The Bloomsday Manual was unleashed.”

Catch them at the Block T Christmas Cracker market between 12th and 14th December.

You can find the full list of their products and where to get them here.

Romping through Dracula St Michans At it Again! Dublin

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