Varney The Vampyre - The Original Classic Edition
by Prest Thomas
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Varney The Vampyre by Thomas Preskett Prest - The Original Classic Edition
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A shriek bursts from the lips of the young girl, and then, with eyes fixed upon that window, which, in another moment, is all darkness, and with such an expression of terror upon her face as it had never before known, she trembled, and the perspiration of intense fear stood upon her brow.
...To those who were engaged in forcing open the door of the antique chamber, where slept the young girl whom they named Flora, each moment was swelled into an hour of agony; but, in reality, from the first moment of the alarm to that when the loud cracking noise heralded the destruction of the fastenings of the door, there had elapsed but very few minutes indeed.
...To rush in with a light in his hand was the work of a moment to the young man named Henry; but the very rapid progress he made into the apartment prevented him from observing accurately what it contained, for the wind that came in from the open window caught the flame of the candle, and although it did not actually extinguish it, it blew it so much on one side, that it was comparatively useless as a light.
...The tall form turned upon him, and when he got a full view of the face, which he did at that moment, from the opportune circumstance of the lady returning at the instant with a light she had been to her own chamber to procure, even he, Marchdale, with all his courage, and that was great, and all his nervous energy, recoiled a step or two, and uttered the exclamation of, Great God!
...She would have remained, but for the earnest solicitation of Henry, that she would endeavour to get some sleep to make up for her broken nights repose, and she was indeed so broken down by her alarm on Floras account, that she had not power to resist, but with tears flowing from her eyes, she sought her own chamber.
- Emereo Publishing, October 2012
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