Dracula by Bram Stoker

A black monstrous silhouette against a red backdrop of hills and a distant castle

Selected Quotes

Then came another rush of sea-fog, greater than any hitherto — a mass of dank mist, which seemed to close on all things like a grey pall, and left available to men only the organ of hearing, for the roar of the tempest, and the crash of thunder, and the booming of the mighty billows came through the damp oblivion even louder than before.

from Chapter 7 — cutting from the dailygraph