The Varney Vampyre, Vol. 2 cover

The Varney Vampyre, Vol. 2

Thomas Preskett Prest

1. 01 – Chapter 66
2. 02 – Chapter 67
3. 03 – Chapter 68
4. 04 – Chapter 69
5. 05 – Chapter 70
6. 06 – Chapter 71
7. 07 – Chapter 72
8. 08 – Chapter 73
9. 09 – Chapter 74
10. 10 – Chapter 75
11. 11 – Chapter 76
12. 12 – Chapter 77
13. 13 – Chapter 78
14. 14 – Chapter 79
15. 15 – Chapter 80
16. 16 – Chapter 81
17. 17 – Chapter 82 part 1
18. 18 – Chapter 82 part 2
19. 19 – Chapter 83
20. 20 – Chapter 84
21. 21 – Chapter 85
22. 22 – Chapter 86
23. 23 – Chapter 87
24. 24 – Chapter 88 part 1
25. 25 – Chapter 88 part 2
26. 26 – Chapter 88 part 3
27. 27 – Chapter 88 part 4
28. 28 – Chapter 88 part 5
29. 29 – Chapter 89
30. 30 – Chapter 90
31. 31 – Chapter 91
32. 32 – Chapter 92
33. 33 – Chapter 93
34. 34 – Chapter 94
35. 35 – Chapter 95
36. 36 – Chapter 96 part 1
37. 37 – Chapter 96 part 2
38. 38 – Chapter 97
39. 39 – Chapter 98
40. 40 – Chapter 99
41. 41 – Chapter 100
42. 42 – Chapter 101
43. 43 – Chapter 102
44. 44 – Chapter 103
45. 45 – Chapter 104
46. 46 – Chapter 105
47. 47 – Chapter 106
48. 48 – Chapter 107
49. 49 – Chapter 108
50. 50 – Chapter 109
51. 51 – Chapter 110
52. 52 – Chapter 111
53. 53 – Chapter 112
54. 54 – Chapter 113
55. 55 – Chapter 114
56. 56 – Chapter 115
57. 57 – Chapter 116
58. 58 – Chapter 117
59. 59 – Chapter 118
60. 60 – Chapter 119
61. 61 – Chapter 120
62. 62 – Chapter 121
63. 63 – Chapter 122
64. 64 – Chapter 123
65. 65 – Chapter 126
66. 66 – Chapter 127
67. 67 – Chapter 128
68. 68 – Chapter 129
69. 69 – Chapter 130
70. 70 – Chapter 131

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Summary

This is volume 2 of 3.Originally published as a penny dreadful from 1845 until 1847, when it first appeared in book form, Varney the Vampyre is a forerunner to vampire stories such as Dracula, which it heavily influenced.Flora Bannersworth is attacked in her own room in the middle of the night, and although her attacker is seemingly shot dead, the body is nowhere to be found. The discovery of two small bite marks on Flora’s neck leads Mr Marchdale, an old friend of the family, to the conclusion that she was bitten by a vampire. While Flora recovers, her brother Henry and Mr Marchdale begin their hunt for the vampire. Their suspicions soon fall on the mysterious Sir Francis Varney, who has just bought an old abbey near Bannersworth Hall, and who bears an uncanny resemblance to Marmaduke Bannersworth, a long-dead ancestor of the family.