Frankenstein - Mary Shelley

Frankenstein

By Mary Shelley

  • Release Date: 1822-12-31
  • Genre: Fiction
Score: 4
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Description

The title of the novel refers to a scientist, Victor Frankenstein, who learns how to create life and creates a being in the likeness of man, but larger than average and more powerful.

Reviews

  • Timeless

    5
    By LilMartin85
    A story of passion, tragedy, and so much more. You may think you know the story based on the movies but the movies falsely represent the book. The movies focus on just one exciting moment, the monster receiving life. The book has many equally exciting, tragic, horrific, passionate, violent moments!
  • Frankenstein

    5
    By OldGuy22730
    Much more intriguing than the movies made. This tale and its thought provoking narrative are truly the seeds of reflection for each person.
  • Can’t read it

    1
    By LaPoodella
    I downloaded this book and now I cannot access it to read it. I have tried everything. Very frustrating. Same with the Complete Works of Shelley.
  • Oh My!!

    5
    By arborann
    Astonishing story! A must read. Ms. Shelley started this at 18 years old and it was published when she was 20. I deeply regret not being around to know her.
  • Masterpiece

    5
    By RobbieEL
    Loved this. I reread your it often
  • Hi

    5
    By Fin912
    5000th review what’s up
  • A true classic!

    5
    By The Critiques
    This book will be forever kept on the forefront of the mind, the back of the conscience and the mantle of many homes!
  • Words!

    3
    By everyothernicknameistaken😭
    Too long. Too many. I understand it was written a long time ago, but seriously? When I started reading the 1st letter, I read the entire thing 4 TIMES and couldn’t help skipping words. It’s not eye-catching. Wizard of OZ? Understandable. Harry Potter? Easy. Frankenstein is hard to read. Why is it in ‘young adults’? I can read most young adults books. NOT THIS. Sorry if I insulted anybody. It just not eye catching.
  • Very moving

    5
    By Platino_Argento
    Very touching and poignant towards the end. Well-written and imaginative.
  • Such an emotional roller coaster!

    5
    By Lucian_Black
    I’m in love with this book! First time reading it and I can’t believe I have never had the opportunity to read it.