Publish date: May 6th 2003
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
I have finally conquered Frankenstein. And it has been okay. There are things that I Iike about this book and there are things that I don´t like about it. The descriptions of the nature, the landscapes and the wheather are splendid and the story of the creature is heartbreaking. You cannot help but ...
So, after having spent the past weekend and the better part of last night and today tying up half a dozen half-finished bingo reads that, naturally, hadn't shown any progress whatsoever while I was exiled on planet work overload, for the time being I'm back on track. And thus I am happy to finally ...
This is the first time I read the classic Frankenstein. I've seen movies and read variations. They always make the monster seem so relatable. However, after reading the original story, I find the monster to be malevolent and detestable. It wasn't his fault that Victor gave him life and made him hide...
A classic and groundbreaking novel expertly narrated by Dan Stevens. I haven't read this since high school, and so I had forgotten a lot. Add in the lovely narration, and it was like experiencing the story for the first time all over again. It did get a little overly descriptive at times though.
This is the first time i've read Frankenstein, or even my first experience with Frankenstein since i've never seen one of the film addaptions either.I wanted to read a classic gothic novel for a while, so I decided to buy this book, because it was on the Rory Gilmore reading challenge, i've seen a b...
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