WorldCat Linked Data Explorer

http://worldcat.org/entity/work/id/135826100

Drood : a novel /

Based on the historical details of Charles Dickens' life, "Drood" explores the still-unsolved mysteries of the famous author's last years and may provide the key to his final, unfinished work: "The Mystery of Edwin Drood."

Open All Close All

http://schema.org/description

  • "Based on the historical details of Charles Dickens' life, "Drood" explores the still-unsolved mysteries of the famous author's last years and may provide the key to his final, unfinished work: "The Mystery of Edwin Drood"."
  • "Based on the historical details of Charles Dickens' life, "Drood" explores the still-unsolved mysteries of the famous author's last years and may provide the key to his final, unfinished work: "The Mystery of Edwin Drood.""@en
  • "A tale inspired by the mysterious final years of Charles Dickens finds the fifty-three-year-old literary master irrevocably changed when a train journey with his mistress ends in violence."
  • "A tale inspired by the mysterious final years of Charles Dickens finds the literary master irrevocably changed when a train journey with his mistress ends in violence, an event that prompts his obsession with the London underworld."
  • "While travelling to London by train, Charles Dickens, at the height of his popularity, finds his life changed when the train jumps the rails and plummets into the marsh below. Dickens helps the maimed and dying but from then on his personality visibly darkens. He begins stalking the underbelly of London, was it for research, or something sinister?"
  • ""On June 9, 1865, while traveling by train to London with his secret mistress, 53-year-old Charles Dickens--at the height of his powers and popularity, the most famous and successful novelist in the world and perhaps in the history of the world--hurtled into a disaster that changed his life forever. Did Dickens begin living a dark double life after the accident? Were his nightly forays into the worst slums of London and his deepening obsession with corpses, crypts, murder, opium dens, the use of lime pits to dissolve bodies, and a hidden subterranean London mere research . . . or something more terrifying? Just as he did in The Terror, Dan Simmons draws impeccably from history to create a gloriously engaging and terrifying narrative. Based on the historical details of Charles Dickens's life and narrated by Wilkie Collins (Dickens's friend, frequent collaborator, and Salieri-style secret rival), DROOD explores the still-unsolved mysteries of the famous author's last years and may provide the key to Dickens's final, unfinished work: The Mystery of Edwin Drood."--Publisher description."@en

http://schema.org/genre

  • "Mystery fiction."@en
  • "Mystery fiction."
  • "Biographical fiction."
  • "Biographical fiction."@en
  • "American fiction."
  • "Horror novels."
  • "Large type books."@en
  • "Mystery"@en
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Biographical fiction"
  • "Biographical fiction"@en
  • "Historical fiction"@en
  • "Horory (romány)"
  • "Electronic books."@en
  • "Americké romány."
  • "Historical fiction."@en
  • "Historical fiction."

http://schema.org/name

  • "Drood : roman /"
  • "Drood"@it
  • "Drood."
  • "Drood : a novel /"
  • "Drood : a novel /"@en
  • "Drood : Roman /"
  • "Drood /"
  • "Drood /"@en
  • "Drood /"@it
  • "Drood /"@pl
  • "Drood : a novel."
  • "Drood a novel /"@en
  • "Drood a novel /"
  • "Drood : a novel"