Abraham and Dragos visit Marian’s farm.
Eugen stands trial.
Marley meets Dracula.
Abraham has some news to deliver.
Rain cancels Ion’s oină practice.
Marley and Margareta go for a ride.
Father Abraham visits a sick farmer.
The castle learns of Marley’s disappearance.
Marley visits the castle’s dungeon.
Father Abraham attends the speech by Count Dracula and Negrescu Radu at the castle.
With the town all at Radu’s speech, Marley and friends “borrow” a book from the church.
Ion and Kwasi take Marley to the pub. They hear some music, she notices that something’s up with Nea Eugen, and (another) strange visitor arrives in town.
Father Abraham faces the possibility there’s been a murder in the village.
We follow Ion up the steps to Castelul Argeş, see a little of what life is like for those who work in the castle when an important nobleman like Count Dracula arrives, and Cornel takes a walk.
Chapter 1 of Wallachia: A Penny Dreadful by David Ely. The previous six episodes have comprised the prelude, Flowers of Transylvania. Now we jump forward to 1816 and move south to Wallachia.
Marley returns home after several years away and attends her sister’s first Communion. Afterwards, they eat, dance, take in a puppet show, and a strange visitor arrives.
Corina and Dominic arrive at her village.
This marks the end of the Flowers of Transylvania novella. Next time we’ll jump forward 75 years and start Wallachia. We’ll meet a whole new cast of characters, but there will be some famliar faces, settings, and themes that carry over from the prelude.
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The morning after finding something terrible beneath the chapel in the village, Corina despairs.
Corina and the girls visit the village, and she makes a startling discovery.
Corina and Dominic connect; she starts having bad dreams.
Corina awakens in Castle Dracula and discovers that she’s not alone.
Transylvania. The first day of spring, 1741. Corina is the jewel of her village. She’s been selected to be the princess of the spring festival, when a handsome messenger rides into town.
Welcome to Wallachia: A Penny Dreadful: The Podcast! I’ll be posting a new audiobook chapter every other week, starting with the prelude story, Flowers of Transylvania.
Flowers will run for six chapters, then we’ll jump into Wallachia.