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Frankissstein
Frankissstein: A Love Story | Jeanette Winterson
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From 'one of the most gifted writers working today' (New York Times) comes an audacious new novel about the bodies we live in and the bodies we desire In Brexit Britain, a young transgender doctor called Ry is falling in love - against their better judgement - with Victor Stein, a celebrated professor leading the public debate around AI. Meanwhile, Ron Lord, just divorced and living with Mum again, is set to make his fortune launching a new generation of sex dolls for lonely men everywhere. Across the Atlantic, in Phoenix, Arizona, a cryogenics facility houses dozens of bodies of men and women who are medically and legally dead... but waiting to return to life. But the scene is set in 1816, when nineteen-year-old Mary Shelley writes a story about creating a non-biological life-form. 'Beware, for I am fearless and therefore powerful.' What will happen when homo sapiens is no longer the smartest being on the planet? Jeanette Winterson shows us how much closer we are to that future than we realise. Funny and furious, bold and clear-sighted, Frankissstein is a love story about life itself.
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WanderingBookaneer
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I was hoping to send this one out to @phantomx today (along with the #Round12 book), but it is horribly transphobic and I decided to switch to Gender Queer. #Round13 #GroupP #LMPBC

I‘m 240 pages in, but enough is enough. Severely disappointed in Winterson for her treatment of this character.

IndoorDame I‘m so sad to hear that! Hoping Gender Queer lives up to expectations. 2mo
phantomx No worries, take your time with the other book. I'm scrambling to get my picks read at the last minute 😖 2mo
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Kenyazero
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Mary Shelley dreams up a monster novel in the 1810s, and a man two hundred years later ponders over what constitutes life and death. This wasn't the right book for me, but it is a good book. I didn't enjoy the ongoing existential conversations about whether life was still life if you were in a new body. I also didn't appreciate the sex robot guy (but I think that's the point). I really liked the dual timeline element! #Adaptation #Scifi #LGBTQ

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SherryJones
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This book is so imaginative it inspires me to take more chances in my own writing. It's so erudite that it confirms my decision to, after finishing my WIP, devote myself fully to a year or more of intense literary and philosophical study. Its transgender POV also reaffirms that we CAN write about those not like us - something I've been criticized for doing. And Winterson's observations about artificial intelligence are spot on. A riveting read!

SamAnne I thought you would like it!!! 3mo
SherryJones I‘m excited to discuss it with you! This book really has validated my plan to begin an intensive study of literature and humanities when I‘ve finished my Tipton book. The insights and observations are superb, so high level. These are the conversations I want to have in life! I imagine that when I‘ve finished I‘ll start another of her books so I can plumb more of her brilliant mind. 3mo
SamAnne @SherryJones I‘ve been meaning to get to other books of hers. 3mo
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Jen2
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Fascinating! I really loved this book!!!

SamAnne I loved this one. Convinced my book club to read so will be revisiting it this month. 4mo
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Eggbeater
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⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ This is a very cerebral book. It is thought-provoking and entertaining. I would like to read more by the original thinker who created it.

Mary Shelley was surrounded by boring men who were full of themselves.

It is astonishing the kinds of personal questions people will ask someone who is transgender.

The character of Ron Lord the sex it creator is great satire on all men.

SamAnne This was one of my favorite reads last year. I want to read more by this author. It was funny and thought provoking. 7mo
MelleDelValle Have not read this one yet but it‘s on my TBR. She is one of my favourite authors of all time. Light housekeeping stole my heart. 💕 7mo
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DrexEdit
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So I think it's a pick, but a qualified pick. I enjoyed the sections written about Mary Shelley. I thought Winterson's writing genius really worked here. I would have liked a whole book on that. But the present day (or near future) part of the story felt too light for the topics it was addressing. It felt more like the author was sacrificing story & character to get some thinkers out there on gender, death, body identity, sex, etc etc etc ⬇

DrexEdit One only has to do a quick swing through the science fiction genre to find much more thoughtful stories on cryogenics and AI. So I think this book won't be for everyone. It's sort of bittersweet to consider what the book on Mary Shelley could have been! 10mo
SamAnne I really enjoyed this one. I thought it was a hoot. 10mo
DrexEdit @SamAnne I did too. I breezed right through it. 10mo
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TheLibrarian
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Sunday vibes. Kitty snuggles while I finish the tagged book! You can also see a little bit of my new book sleeve (not that I needed a new one) but I needed it 😂

MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm One can never have too many booksleeves! ❤️😅 10mo
Leftcoastzen Awww!cuteness 😻 10mo
Lovesbooks87 I have a Schitt‘s Creek one too! 10mo
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TheLibrarian @Lovesbooks87 Yay!!! It‘s such an amazing show. 😍 10mo
TheLibrarian @MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm So true! They especially come in hand when you travel and bring a suitcase full of books with you 😂 10mo
TheLibrarian @Leftcoastzen She‘s so snuggly in her old age. And she snores 😂 10mo
Bette I love it when I hear a little snore. 🤣🐱❤️ 10mo
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dariazeoli
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Bailedbailed

Not for me. 47% in, and I‘m bored. Perhaps I‘ll try this author another time, but I‘m DNFing, banking my cents for #PennyPerPage, and moving on.

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vlwelser
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So this book.... It's a retelling of Frankenstein. Sort of. It's about mind vs. body. Sort of. She basically covers every social issue imaginable, both current and in the past. It's well written and it flows well. The characters are mostly likeable except maybe the guy with the sex doll company. But I think he serves her (the author's) purpose. I do like this author.

#BookSpinBingo square 17
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TheAromaofBooks Great progress!!! 12mo
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AliceFaustus
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Reading companion of the night.

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Karmapen
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Mehso-so

I wanted to love this book so much. I really did. But there were too many times where I felt like the author was trying to smack me in the face with symbolism and metaphor, and there were a few too many graphic sex scenes for me personally.

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vivastory
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Day 7 of #12Booksof2020 Last year I gained a deeper appreciation for Frankenstein, a book I was admittedly a bit lukewarm about. First was the brilliant National Theatre production I was able to watch in late April. A couple of months later I read Winterson's ingenious book that is equal parts homage & contemporary reimagining. @andrew65

BarbaraBB I haven‘t read this one but I did love the original Frankenstein so should get to this one one day. Also - Jeanette Winterson 👌🏽 13mo
vivastory @BarbaraBB I'm really looking forward to reading more Winterson. I've only read two books by her but I loved both of them. 13mo
mom2bugnbee The production you referenced was amazing. I watched both, and preferred JLM as the Monster & BC as Frankenstein. But they were both fantastic in both roles. 13mo
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Andrew65 Sounds good. 13mo
readordierachel I still think about this one 13mo
britt_brooke This was one of my favorites of the year! 13mo
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bekakins
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Any book with lots of anti-Trump gags is a winner in my eyes!!

SamAnne I loved it! 1y
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keepingupwiththepenguins
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Winterson is a queer woman, a queer author, and in writing Frankissstein clearly sought to queer a canonical work of literature. Unfortunately, she missed the mark by a long margin. In real-life, she has made public comments that were deeply offensive to trans communities, and it would seem that those attitudes have parlayed into her work. Full review: https://keepingupwiththepenguins.com/frankissstein-jeanette-winterson/

ozma.of.oz Yikes! That‘s upsetting. I‘ll be removing this from my TBR stack after reading your full review. Thank you for the thoughtful piece you co-wrote with your friend. 1y
keepingupwiththepenguins @ozma.of.oz Thank you for that feedback ❤ I generally feel uncomfortable dissuading people from reading any given book, but in this case it felt like the right thing to do. 1y
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bjoanndawkins
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Intrigued by the premise. Also Winterson is a damn fine author.

SamAnne Loved that one! It's a ride. 2y
bjoanndawkins @SamAnne You did not lie about it being a ride. Loved it! 1y
SamAnne @bjoanndawkins so glad you liked it. I want to read more of her books! 1y
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vivastory
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“That is the nature of a story. Life, we imagine, is familiar enough until we begin to tell it to another. Then observe the wonder on their faces-sometimes it is wonder, often it is horror. Only in the living of it does life seem ordinary. In the telling of it we find ourselves strangers among the strange.“
Winterson's fiendishly clever novel interweaves the narratives of the famous summer that Mary Shelley & her husband Percy spent with Byron👇

vivastory (cont.)at Lake Geneva 1816 & a contemporary transgender doctor Ry Shelley & Victor Stein, a professor with a fascination for cutting edge AI technology & theories. The summer that Frankenstein was born has received numerous treatments, both literary & cinematic, & is understandably fascinating for numerous reasons.Often these imaginings of that legendary rain soaked season falter because they let the legends themselves stand in for any (cont) 2y
vivastory (cont)any actual character development. Thankfully this is not so in Frankissstein. Mary Shelley shines forth as one of the best characters in the entire book, as she struggles with her own writing & the gender expectations of the day, while also being entirely believable as a person.There were some very minor flaws with the modern day narrative towards the end, but this book contained so many wonderful characters & had a lot to say about(cont.) 2y
vivastory (cont.)identity, understanding, creativity, etc & did so very creatively that I can easily overlook those minor issues. I'm really looking forward to tomorrow's Guardian author event featuring Winterson!. 2y
merelybookish I was partial to the Mary Shelley storyline but enjoyed the names in the contemporary story. 2y
vivastory @merelybookish I agree. I feel like the characters in the Shelley narrative were more fully realized & in the contemporary narrative it seemed to be a little bit more about ideas. 2y
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vivastory
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AlaMich 😂 2y
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vivastory
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Only 70 pages in, but really loving this one so far

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sprainedbrain
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So far this year, I have read 12 books with LGBTQIA+ characters. 9 of these are #OwnVoices books.

My favorite (so far) of these #OwnVoices books with an LGBTQIA+ character is Frankissstein (tagged).

I have also read another 5 books by LGBTQIA+ authors that are nonfiction or didn‘t have any LGBTQIA+ characters. My favorite of these is The House of Special Purpose by John Boyne.

#IntegrateYourShelf

Loving the WhatsApp info this week! ❤️

ChasingOm Shoot, I didn‘t even think about nonfiction that‘s not a memoir! This group is the best at helping formulate future prompts by breaking down their reading in ways I didn‘t think of. ❤️ 2y
WhatWouldJaneDo I want to read Frankissstein so much! I've read a couple other books by Jeanette Winterson and loved them. 2y
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ephemeralwaltz
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Mehso-so

This was a fun ride and a creative spin on Shelley's Frankenstein but I felt like it just barely skimmed the surface of so many of the important topics it tries to explore. It opened up so many questions for me but didn't provide any answers. The plot itself is well done and it's a great read to spark debate on the body, the importance of not of corporeality, the dangers or advantages of AI and cryogenics, and the creator vs. creation.

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JGadz11
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Not loving this book. The writing style is too pretentious, and disjointed; feel like the author is trying too hard. With that said, there are gems of wisdom to be gleaned. Will finish, but it‘s a 4/5, if I‘m being generous.

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britt_brooke
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Frankissstein was hands-down my favorite, followed closely by Trust Exercise.

Oops, and I just realized I missed City of Girls in my graphic, so 14 for the month.

#aprilreads #aprilwrapup

Reviewsbylola Great month! 2y
Reviewsbylola Frankisstein is on my TBR. 2y
britt_brooke @Reviewsbylola Thanks! And when you get to Frankissstein, I‘d love to hear what you think. 2y
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UwannaPublishme Wow! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 2y
Suet624 Chernobyl is a chunkster. Impressed you still managed to read so many! 2y
britt_brooke @Suet624 Thanks! 💚 I listened to Chernobyl on audio, otherwise I don‘t think I‘d have finished it quickly. 2y
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ephemeralwaltz
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New read! Let's see how I get on with this one. Winterson's writing isn't always for me but I'm using this for a school paper and I hope I enjoy it.

SamAnne This is the only book of hers I‘ve read and I loved it. 2y
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NeedsMoreBooks
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#Netgalley #ARC
The concept is great- 2 timelines: Mary Shelley writing her novel and Dr. Ry Shelley a trans person who is figuring out their identity. The mere were some parallels but absolutely no action in the story, just a lot of back and forth conversations on post-humanism, religion, technology, sexbots, creation, and men versus women. Nothing too new. Very close to DNF-ing.

SamAnne Oh, I loved it. Appreciate the different perspective. 2y
NeedsMoreBooks @SamAnne I liked the concept and the perspective but I felt it lacked action. Glad that you loved it. 2y
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TheEllieMo
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I‘m not much of a fan of romance novels, so this is the closest I get to a #KissOnTheCover

#AcrossApril @Eggs

Eggs 💗💋👏🏻💗 2y
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CindyE09
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Listened to this #audiobook while driving too and from work this week. Enjoyed the novel that examines a myriad of issues surrounding artificial intelligence. Very heavy on philosophy and short on plot, which normally would not be my cup of tea, but the issues raised were so thought provoking and engaging that I liked this one.

Graywacke Glad you enjoyed. I thought it was great fun, and it‘s hung around for me. 2y
SamAnne One of the first books I read in 2020 and loved loved loved it! 2y
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BrownGirlReading
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This was my first Winterson book. This is another dual timeline book. We are following Mary Shelley as she creates Frankenstein in the past and a man in the future who makes sexbots for lonely men.From there there is a lot of talk about sex and what it is to men and women, transgender doctor and sexbots with enhanced AI. Too much going on got my taste. Less is more. I didn‘t mind reading it but its real intention is not particularly clear to me.

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Tonton
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“Is Donald Trump getting his brain frozen?” Max explains the brain has to be fully functional at clinical death. “I‘d love to get my Mom frozen...” Hilarious and touching take on Artificial Intelligence as a new form of Frankenstein‘s monster, Mary Shelley as she finds inspiration for her tale, and a sex doll purveyor, all discovering what it means to love life.

Suet624 Good question. 2y
Tonton @Suet624 Right? 😂😂😂 (edited) 2y
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britt_brooke
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Frankenstein is one of my favorites, so I wasn‘t sure about this concept. BUT, it‘s so clever, and kind of fucking brilliant. Winterson rehashes portions of the original story and its inception while creating a modern day version with sex bots, cryogenics, and reanimation, raising the question of who/what we really are. My favorite bits are when Shelley herself was a character. Bold and strange, but I‘m 100% on board.

BarbaraBB I‘ve been hesitating to read this one but your review is tempting! 2y
Megabooks I think I‘m going to library it @BarbaraBB 👍🏻 2y
britt_brooke @BarbaraBB @Megabooks It‘s so different. Would definitely love to hear what you all think! 2y
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sprainedbrain Yes! 🙌🏻 2y
Reviewsbylola I went through a Winterston kick years ago. I have this on my TBR. (edited) 2y
britt_brooke @Reviewsbylola This was only my second book of hers, the first being a Christmas collection I read in December. Definitely going to check out more. Would love to hear your thoughts on this one! 2y
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sprainedbrain
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I loved, loved, LOVED this book!

Smart, funny, and a little bit romantic, with some gothic vibes and plenty of Frankenstein. Perfect rebound book for me. The narrators are both excellent, and I relistened to a bunch of passages. So good!

My full review is on my blog: https://sprainedbrain.blog/2020/03/07/review-frankissstein-a-love-story-by-jeane...

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2

readordierachel I enjoyed reading your review! And I totally agree about the narrators. They were a pleasure to listen to. 2y
britt_brooke Moving this up in my TBR! Happy to hear the audio is good. 2y
SamAnne Love love loved this book! 2y
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QuintusMarcus I was thinking about reading this book, but then I hesitated. I‘m going to move it up on my TBR as well! 2y
Meaw_catlady Oooh I have this one checked out!! Super excited for it now! 2y
Lindy @SamAnne Me three. 😁 2y
britt_brooke I love Perdita Weeks! Just finished listening to this as well. 💚💚 2y
Eyelit Just finished this one for a book club. So. Good! 2y
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Bibliogeekery
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Next up! I'm excited for this one! #queerbooks

LeeRHarry I enjoyed this one 😊 2y
readordierachel It's quite good! 2y
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JenniferP
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Picked this up from the library today. I‘ve read mixed reviews so I‘m interested to see what I think.

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SamAnne Loved that book!! 2y
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Graywacke
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I was entertained before the seriously eloquent promotion of sexbots. The world of Mary Shelley is linked to our world of humans playing with AI - both full of sex, selfishness, the quest for eternal life and philosophical mess it all makes. Fun heady stuff.

SamAnne I loved it! Having been pushing it on friends so I can discuss! 2y
Graywacke @SamAnne it‘s remarkably fun. The character translations from then to now by themselves were just kind if hilariously brilliant. (Sending my appreciation to Booker List for getting me to try this) (edited) 2y
readordierachel This picture is great 😃 2y
Liz_M @readordierachel You say great, I say disturbing... 😁 2y
Graywacke @Liz_M @readordierachel 🤣🤣🤣 (it catches attention!) 2y
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SamAnne
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Five stars! Toggles back and forth between Mary Shelley‘s life during the time she wrote Frankenstein and a trans doctor named Ry Shelley in modern times and his relationship with a Dr.Victor Stein. An exploration of life, death, A.I., and some bawdy farce, Matrix, and Brezit commentary. Loved!!! Would be a great book club read.

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Graywacke
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A new audiobook and a good start (thankfully)

Tamra I keep seeing this book pop up - anxious to find out what you think. 2y
BarbaraBB And a modern one 🤞 2y
Graywacke @Tamra so far it‘s a fun imitation of the prose in Frankenstein with a silly but thoroughly entertaining picture of Mary Shelly‘s crowd. And it‘s all mixed together, tossed in a pot. I suppose it might work itself out. @BarbaraBB right! 🤞 2y
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readordierachel I really liked this one. 2y
SamAnne Just finished it tonight and loved loved loved! 2y
Graywacke @SamAnne I‘m about half way through and thoroughly enjoying my commutes. (I listen while I drive) 2y
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SamAnne
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1. I have too many books going right now! Top reads are Frankissstein and The Dutch House. Audio include Permanent Record and Milk Man. Also an annotated edition of Mary Shelley‘s Frankenstein!!
2.Carmen Maria Marchado‘s amazing memoir In The Dream House.
3.too many resolutions! Read more Russian classics. American history, Native American & African American history. Good genre fiction by diverse writers—sci-fi, thriller, mystery.

Tiffiney We share the same first read of 2020 ☺️ 2y
Graywacke Fun to read this along with Frankenstein 2y
SamAnne @Graywacke yes! I‘m re-reading Frankenstein now too, and agree. 2y
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readordierachel
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"What is the point of progress if it benefits the few while the many suffer?"

This is my first book by Winterson and I greatly enjoyed it. Sharp, funny, lots of food for thought. Toggles back and forth between the near future (sexbots and the rise of AI) and the past (Mary Shelley conceiving Frankenstein!). Many layers and ideas.

(However, TW for a pretty intense rape scene)

SamAnne 50 pages in and loving it. Didn‘t know quite what to expect. 2y
readordierachel @SamAnne Oh good! Look forward to your thoughts when you finish! It's unlike anything else I've read. 2y
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Kalalalatja
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#WeeklyForecast - I finally got started on Frankissstein, so that‘s my print pick for the week. I don‘t think I‘ll have time to read another print book this week, but I have some audio picks lined up:
🎧 American Kingpin by Nick Bilton
🎧 Good Habits, Bad Habits by Wendy Wood

Have a great Sunday Littens! ❤️

Daisey Sounds like a good plan! 2y
Megabooks American Kingpin rocks!! 🏴‍☠️🏴‍☠️🏴‍☠️ 2y
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Dolly
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Adult, sci-fi, strange, LGBTQ, cryogenics, and sex dolls - story including Shelly, Byron, and Stein. Good -very good.
For those who like something out of the ordinary.

SamAnne 50 pages in tonight and loving it. 2y
Dolly @SamAnne Glad you‘re liking this one. It certainly gets one‘s attention. 2y
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Bookboss
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I have taught Frankenstein, so this book was intriguing. The story switches viewpoints from Mary Shelley writing her novel to a character named Ry, a doctor, who is exploring the development of artificial intelligence and robotics. I would have liked more character development, but the story is engaging. It raises more questions about its subject than it answers, and I love books that give me more to think about.

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meli.hooker
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Currently reading and loving 💗📚

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The.Intentional.Reader
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Coffee and a great book = perfect Fall combo 🍁🍂