Frankenstein's Monster

Susan Heyboer O'Keefe
Picking up at the conclusion of Mary Shelley's gothic classic, Frankenstein's Monster captures the spirit and language of the original. The author gives us another ten years of the monster's life being hounded by the sea captain, Walton. Told from the monster's perspective, this book is very sympathetic to the plight of this tortured soul.

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