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  • Epic

    5
    By Assadn
    A book everyone should read before they die.
  • Amazing and philosophical.

    5
    By Apenas uma garota
    What marvelous book! The creature that Frankenstein gave life makes us reflect a lot along our reading. It’s very worth to read!!!
  • Not so bad.

    3
    By Globalstandard Space
    But, I don’t need say “said he.”
  • Frankenstein

    4
    By KingSalt14
    I hate reading so the fact that I was able to stay attentive all the way through the book was amazing. I loved the plot and feel the book was overall great!
  • When science goes bad...

    5
    By ES the horror fan
    I’ve not read the original version of this book, only adaptations by other authors. But, considering that in these adaptations, most of which were written with kids in mind, are usually pretty faithful to the source material, meaning that they’re simply supposed to tell the story the way it was originally written while doing it in a way that modern readers can understand, I can guarantee you that I got the gist of the story just as much as I would have if I had read an original publication that featured Mary Shelley’s story, word for word. Frankenstein is a wonderful story, horrifying, sad, romantic, and thought-provoking! If any book could make scientists think twice about playing God, this fiendish and heartbreaking horror classic would have to be the one! For all of the reviewers who claim that no film version compares, I disagree. Even though I love the original 1932 horror classic that made Boris Karloff a household name in horror, it’s absolutely true that it’s not faithful to the book, regardless of the fact that it contains the same moral. However, I grew up in the 90s, and when I saw the movie Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein advertised, I was excited because it looked like a film version that would be very faithful to Shelley’s classic story. And when I watched it, I was pleasantly surprised to find that it was! With the exception of the film’s chilling climax, this powerful, literate shocker came the closest to the source material of any movie I’ve ever seen! If you’re a fan of sci-fi horror who enjoys classic literature, read this book! If you’re looking for a faithful film adaptation that is truly a great movie, see Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein! Both are amazing!
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    2
    By xf' no mom y
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  • Frankenstein

    5
    By peeeeeeeeeteer
    It is Frankenstein’s monster you idiots
  • Someone said they didn’t like it, but gave it a 4/5?

    3
    By Gmkzzfe
    I didn’t really read that much of it, but from what I did read, it was interesting. Will probably revisit.
  • The Frankenstein Novel is a Work of Art

    5
    By Aguas Guy
    I have seen the Frankenstein Movie (1932) several times but this is the first time that I’ve read the book. Other than the name, the movie has very little of the book in it. I greatly enjoyed the book, as it was a cautionary tale warning us that unbridled scientific advances can be dangerous to mankind such as Nuclear Weapons. In addition, it was a very interesting travel log describing the beauty of parts of Switzerland, Germany and Scotland. I highly recommend this book as it far superior to Hollywood’s treatment of Frankenstein.
  • Underrated Classic

    5
    By Big Bird Bam
    Why I don’t see this book on must-read lists is beyond me. Well-written and compelling from beginning to the end. Not as much about a monster as it is about the human condition.