Originally Posted by Exail
The novel sounds like a remarkable read and it is actually interesting to see some books bring Vlad as a better and kind man than him being a devil and seen as "Dracula". Does the book cover his early life till his death?
It does! It shows him as a poor child, taken as a hostage by the Ottomans, and covers his main reign as Prince of Wallachia, his betrayal by the Hungarians, later reinstatement as Prince, and his death.
Though, in regards, to his death, the novel takes a different spin on it. Which is not so historically accurate - but I loved, regardless!