By Robert Masello
Bram Stoker stored mystery a story much more terrifying than Dracula.
It starts one of the Carpathian peaks, while an intrepid explorer discovers a mysterious golden field. She brings it again along with her to the foggy streets of Victorian London, ignorant of its harmful power…or that an evil past imagining has already taken root within the city.
Stoker, a profitable theater supervisor yet pissed off author, is drawn right into a lethal net spun via the rich founders of a venture residence for the negative. faraway from a secure haven, the undertaking harbors a depressing and terrifying secret.
To keep the souls of millions, Stoker—aided by way of the explorer and a fit woman grieving the lack of her child—must pursue an enemy as historical because the Saharan sands the place it originated. Their trip will take them throughout the city’s overgrown graveyards and rat-infested tunnels or even onto the maiden voyage of the world’s first “unsinkable” ship…