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I enjoyed this book. An easy read. Definite page turner. Interesting depiction of FrankiensteinPublished 1 day ago by Techi r.
I found this story to be very interesting............the need of the Dr to not only save or maintain life but, to actually create it............. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Rick
This book reminds me of my bestfriend who used to work his ass out.. til death. great book. thanks shelley!Published 4 days ago by Jason Lamb
Shelley's writing is strikingly vivid and poetic. Frankenstein is not only a cautionary tale about the dangers of technology; I think, also, it's a story about how the worldview of... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Abner Rosenweig
A must read along with Dracula and Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.Published 12 days ago by reading all night