Eric Camarillo, author of the article "Vampire and why we love them," underlines two types of clients that vampire novel's target. The first kind is attracted by the type of vampires, which involve romance and fantasy, such as Twilight. But those people are not very schooled in vampires itself. On the other hand, there are those who value the lifestyle that the vampires carry throughout the novel. However, they do not appreciate as much the twilight theme. In addition, Camarillo mentions that he has gusto for the unnatural, like the Xman and Pokemon. Often the idea to have superpower crossed his mind. Amongst thing immortality call the attention of people, and that is what vampires share with the public. Vampires have the ability to freeze the age in which they existed. During the Victorian literature, vampire novels enlightened the fears and bias for outsiders and sexualy free women and men. Hence, vampires tells a little bit the history of the civilization that lived, whilst the book was written. Many readers find a connection in the reading.
Dracula a book from the Victorian period resembles the habitant's customs and beliefs of the age. For instance, women were supposed to be under the control of men. However, Stoker, the author of Dracula, gives controversial liberties to his female vampires. They are sexualy seductive, which at the time were not well seen in the society. Nowadays, women who read this book can associate their modern well deserved lives with the characters. According to Cammarillo a book should convey something to the audience that nothing else cannot. Probably, that is why Dracula until now has caught the attention of young and adult readers.