Sean Stone, Hollywood Actor, Filmmaker and son of
multi-Oscar winning Director Oliver Stone with his
copy of Sultan vs. Dracula
customer reviews from Amazon:
"Sultan vs Dracula is a book that will keep you hooked
to the very end. I have read and re-read this book so many
times I have lost count! Each time I read this book I find
so many things that I have missed and that I wouldn't have
ever have had a chance to contemplate had I not picked
up this book. It is beautifully written and the calligraphy is
breathtaking, illustrations in the book make me feel as if I
am surrounded by the characters in my own home.
I guarantee that this book is unlike any that you will ever read,
for me there is nothing similar out there. A definite must read!"
Imaginative and engaging Book
"If you are the kind of person who likes 'Dr Who' then it is
very likely that you will really enjoy this book. The story has
many layers that connect to make a whole concept of fantasy,
morality and adventure. Written in a twenty first century style,
the concepts have deep roots. Razwan Ul-Haq has so many
ideas but brilliantly pulls the story off in a really cool humorous
way. The story is not like a riddle but you do have to put on your
thinking cap beyond a 'Good vs Evil' genre as there is much
connected parallel philosophy. The illustrations give an authentic
cultural identity to the story which mixes enjoyable fiction and
by Brynley Elias
customer review from Waterstones:
"The story is fast paced and I would describe the story as an easy
read. This was good as the whole genre is new for me. I like the
straightforward notes the author provides to fill in the historic gaps for
people like me! There are deep sayings on each page too which makes the
book a sort of a spiritual manual. The book is full of beautiful Islamic Art and
there are interesting quotes on each Artwork. I would recommend Sultan v
Dracula if anyone is interested in buying it as it is totally different to mainstream
Dracula stories. The only negative side is that it takes a long time to read,
being over 400 pages."
by Laura the Artist
customer review from the book depository :
"This book is a really interesting read. I don't want to give away too much
but it really does grab you from the moment you pick it up. I learnt a
lot of new things as there is a lot of background factual information along with the fantasy
story. The Art complements the story well and there was just enough ambiguity
in the images that made me explore them a bit more. Initially I was reading
the sufi sayings on the side as part of the main story but then realised that they
were different from the story. That sort of confused me at first but the book is
so well done, that I just have to give it 5 stars. It really is a nicely presented book.
The feel and the concept of it works well."
by Johanna Le Neuf
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