For all you people who grew up on following Edward Cullen, all TNL can say to you is “Read Bram Stoker’s Dracula!”
Nothing beats letting the story embrace you through personal letters and journal entries. It’s voyeuristic, sensual and pulls you right into a world that the writer holds in his hand.
If you want the printed book to take to bed, here are some in NUS Libraries.
Editor’s note: Apart from Google Books, you can also download Dracula from Project Gutenberg.