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DRACULAS WAR, CD-Audio Book

DRACULAS WAR CD-Audio

Part of the Dracula series

CD-Audio

Description

Inspired by the works of Bram Stoker, Dracula's War is the last in a three-part connected series from Big Finish Productions, beginning with Dracula's Guests and continuing in Dracula.

This release contains adult material and may not be suitable for younger viewers.

London, 1917. England is caught in the grip of war. Every day the casualties grow in number. Every day theoutlook appears more bleak. And every day the need increases to win this conflict at any cost.

Now the most dreadful possibilities are considered which would not be thought of in peacetime.

From a strange and secret nunnery to the library of the King, from a cell with an impossible occupant to the house of Mina Harker, a wicked plan is set in motion and a long-awaitedrevenge begins.

For this age of death and battle, this world sunk deep in blood, shall seem - to Count Dracula -very much like home.

This release contains adult material and may not be suitable for younger listeners.

Cast: Mark Gatiss (Count Dracula), Deirdre Mullins (Mina Harker), Silas Carson (Evelyn Skinsale), Moronke Akinola (Sister Angelique), Hannah Arterton (Sabine), Suzanne Bertish (Mother Superior), Timothy Blore (Arthur Neal), Lewis Cope (Paddy Dryden), Stephen Critchlow (Jackson Petrie), Sam Hallion (Quincey Harker), Simon Ludders (Dr Emmanuel Cray), Glen McCready (Abraham Van Helsing), Colin McFarlane (Owen Rutherford), Ronald Pickup (King George V), Susan Wokoma (Beatrice Fuller).

Other parts played by members of the cast.

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