Home Feed
Home
Search
Search
Add Review, Blurb, Quote
Add
Activity
Activity
Profile
Profile
The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde & the Suicide Club
The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde & the Suicide Club | Robert Louis Stevenson
6 posts | 5 read | 3 to read
Dr Jekyll faces awful consequences when he lets his dark side run wild with a potion that changes him into the disgustingly evil Mr Hyde.
Amazon Indiebound Barnes and Noble WorldCat Goodreads LibraryThing
review
Jess_Franzino
post image
Mehso-so

While I or course have great respect for the original, I found it extremely dry. One of the rare cases where I prefer the musical.

review
Victoriahoperose
post image
Pickpick

This is definitely such a worthwhile classic book to read that explores good and evil and in humanity. Very interesting and fun to read. And with that I have finished #booked2019 as this is my last prompt - #publicdomain. Can‘t wait for next year 😊

Cinfhen Woohoo 🎉 Congrats!!! So excited you‘ll be back for #Booked2020 😁 1mo
Victoriahoperose @Cinfhen thanks!! Me too!! 1mo
22 likes2 comments
blurb
veritysalter
post image

#NamasteNovember A cautionary tale of #WeirdScience

Eggs Perfect 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 2mo
25 likes2 stack adds1 comment
blurb
Rbabyblue
post image

In the mood for a short read

blurb
Riveted_Reader_Melissa
This post contains spoilers
show me
post image

A great story too...

#LiteraryQuotes
#TeamStoker
@TheReadingMermaid

Treasure Island
Kidnapped
Sorry, only have 2...those are the only other ones of his I‘ve read I think.🤷‍♀️

TheReadingMermaid Hey girl you still got 40 points so that's awesome!!! 🧟‍♀️ 3mo
JazzFeathers I adore Stevenson. I read Jackyl years ago and it was so surprisingly different from what l expected. 3mo
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @JazzFeathers Yes, I felt the same when I read it. 3mo
16 likes1 stack add3 comments
review
ReclusiveHermit
post image
Mehso-so

“All human beings, as we meet them, are commingled out of good and evil”. It was a fun and interesting read but many times in this short novella, the writer was trying too hard to convince his ideas about good and evil to his readers, which at times came as dry and tedious.