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Frankenstein
Frankenstein | Mary Shelly
Victor Frankenstein has an aptitude for science and whilst at university he discovers a secret that allows him to impart life to non-living matter, and so his creation is born. The creature is not quite what Victor expected and so he flees in fear. Desperately alone the creature begs for a mate so as to have someone who wont fear him. Victor reluctantly agrees but, fearing the creature to be evil, he changes his mind after imaging them to breed and create a danger to mankind. The creature decides he must have revenge and Frankenstein is plunged into his very worst nightmare.
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Frankenstien | Mary Shelley
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#classicread I thoroughly enjoyed it. ❤️❤️
#recommend #scifi #maryshelly

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Cazxxx
Frankenstein | Mary Shelly
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How amazing is this puzzle? Little gift for myself a few weeks ago 😁

Karisimo Love this!!! 2w
Cazxxx @Karisimo As soon as I saw it I knew I had to have it 😂 2w
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dabbe What fun! Have you started it yet? 😊 2w
Cazxxx @dabbe Not yet. Have one on the go at the moment but really looking forward to this one 2w
Bookwomble That looks fantastic! 😍 2w
Cazxxx @Bookwomble I love it 😻 2w
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IndoorDame
Frankenstien | Mary Shelley
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I don‘t seem to own any books with the cute kind of #HeartsOnCover but I did find this, wonder what that says about me… #MarchMagic @Eggs @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

AmyG I love the cover. 3w
Eggs CoverLove❤️❤️❤️ 3w
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Cool cover 🖤 3w
5feet.of.fury That‘s a good one! 3w
dabbe Perfect heart depiction for that novel! ❣️ 3w
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Cazxxx
Frankenstein | Mary Shelly
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😂😂😂

Sparklemn I love it! 1mo
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Super_Jane
Frankenstien | Mary Shelley
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4/5 🌕🌕🌕🌕🌑 #horror #maryshelly #february #2023

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EverydayImReading
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I read this about 40 yrs ago and was fascinated to reread and see what I thought this time around. For me it still stands as a wonderful study of human behaviour and is beautifully written. The movies have no relation to the real story @Cathythoughts Do you think our book club would enjoy it? Thinking of it for my pick

Cathythoughts Hi Sinead , great review and interesting pick for Bookclub. I‘ve never read it and would be curious 👍🏻❤️ 1mo
LeahBergen I‘ve always been a big ashamed that I‘ve never read this! Maybe this year? 😆 1mo
EverydayImReading @LeahBergen Go for it!! 😀 1mo
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guidosophia
Frankenstien | Mary Shelley
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The beginning of this book is very slow so I was afraid that I would hate it. But omg I LOVE this book. I somehow managed to relate to it so hard??? If you want to read more classics but struggle with boredom and understanding them, like me, read this!

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BeingSagarSk
Frankenstein: Or, the Modern Prometheus | Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
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Frankenstein... the classic ..

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MrT
Frankenstien | Mary Shelley
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Early Christmas 🎁 The companion puzzle to last year's The World of Dracula. Would now like to see a Werewolf or Invisible Man 🧩🧩

Bookwomble I really enjoyed this puzzle, and the Dracula one, too. I'm saving The World of Sherlock Holmes puzzle for nearer to Christmas! 😊 4mo
MrT The artist Adam Simpson is marvellous! 4mo
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Deblovestoread
Frankenstien | Mary Shelley
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Last quarter sorted…it looks like a great year of reading. It will be interesting to see if it is a plan well made, a road not taken or somewhere in between.

Thanks for hosting this great challenge @Cinfhen @BarbaraTheBibliophage @alisiakae

Cinfhen Yay!! I‘ll be curious to see how many of us actually stick to our “plans” 😉 4mo
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Bookwomble
Frankenstein | Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
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Tea and muffins for breakfast. And out with the old jigsaw, in with the new!
My body clock woke me at the unfeasibly early time of 5:10am, until I realised that the clocks had gone back, so subjectively it was 6:10, though that's still an undesirable awakening for a Sunday day off 🕔😴

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vonnie862
Frankenstien | Mary Shelley
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Halloween at The Theater at the Ace Hotel is back! This year's theme was the 1931 classic, Frankenstein. The LA Opera orchestrated the music as the film played. Of course, my husband and I decided to attend dressed as the Monster and the Bride.

#scarathlon #Bucketlist #teamSlaughter
@Clwojick

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LadyCait84
Frankenstien | Mary Shelley
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Hadn‘t read this in 20+ years and appreciated it so much more this time around. Not only from having a better understanding of it‘s literary significance than I did as a teen, but also due to the influence of all the Victor roast-posts I‘ve seen around the interwebs over the last few years. Victor really is the WORST, and approaching the novel from that angle made it more fun to read.

SamAnne I reread it a couple years ago while reading Frankissstein which I thought was a hoot. 5mo
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Cazxxx
Frankenstein | Mary Shelly
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These were some birthday gifts to myself a while ago and I love them 🥰

AllDebooks Love these 🖤 How much fun is it to treat yourself? 5mo
Cazxxx @AllDebooks I try not to buy anything new other than once a year so that makes it extra special ☺️ 5mo
TheNeverendingTBR I love the cloth bounds 5mo
Cazxxx @TheNeverendingTBR They are lovely 😊 5mo
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Texreader
Frankenstein | Mary Shelley
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For whom do I have sympathy? Dr Frankenstein or his monster? I‘m not sure I would have been sympathetic to the monster but for Dan Steven‘s‘ brilliant rendition of him! I admit to being bored until the monster told his story, then, wow! This is a book worth studying. It reads like it was written in 1818, and I‘d rather it “show” rather than “tell.” But there‘s a reason for that I discovered at the end. I‘m so glad I finally read it. ⬇️

CogsOfEncouragement I read the book and also had sympathy for the monster. Shelley did a good job of it. 5mo
Andrew65 Brilliant 👏👏👏 5mo
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CogsOfEncouragement
Frankenstein | Mary Shelly
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Day 23 of #scarathlondailyprompts is story.
I read Frankenstein in 2013.
One thing that struck me was the story within a story (and sometimes) within a story. That makes it the perfect choice for this prompt. I had only seen references to Frankenstein's monster on cartoons, or The Munsters, etc. which all gave me a very incorrect idea of what this tale really is. Glad I read it.
#TeamSlaughter #scarathlon

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Bookwomble
Frankenstein | Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
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Another literary jigsaw I was unable to resist! This one is an obvious companion to The World of Dracula one I completed a few weeks ago. There's so much detail in these puzzles; I'm looking forward to this one 😊

vivastory This is incredible! I'm looking forward to seeing the National Theater Frankenstein production in movie theater this week 5mo
jlhammar You always make me have such puzzle-envy! Looks so fun. 5mo
Bookwomble @jlhammar These Laurence King jigsaw puzzles are so good. I think I need to slow down with them to make them last 😌 5mo
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Bookwomble @vivastory Ooh! Sounds good. Who's in it now? 5mo
vivastory @Bookwomble This is the Cumberbatch/Miller production. I caught it on YouTube during the beginning of lockdown featuring Miller as the monster & Cumberbatch as the doctor. I have been dying to see it with the roles reversed & I lucked out because the version they are showing features the roles reversed! Although, the version I saw was so wonderful I would have happily paid to watch it again. 5mo
Bookwomble @vivastory Ah, I remember you saying from another post a little while ago. We saw both versions on TV during the UK COVID lockdown. You're in for a treat either way 😊 5mo
Sparklemn @vivastory I saw the Cumberbatch as monster version at the movie theater a few years ago. It was a such a fun way to watch a play! I also saw Benedict's National Theater Hamlet in a movie theater a few years ago. Highly recommend that if it comes around!

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vivastory @Sparklemn I have been curious about the Hamlet performance. A few weeks ago I watched the David Tennant version & afterwards while researching other versions I noticed that a bootleg copy of the Cumberbatch was available on YouTube. I watched a few minutes & the set design was stunning! 5mo
Sparklemn @vivastory Where did you find the Tennant version? 5mo
vivastory @Sparklemn On Prime. 5mo
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Texreader
Frankenstein | Mary Shelley
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I got a couple of hours of listening to the tagged book and working on my typewriter. I had to stop building it back in May because of elbow surgery. It‘s been a long recovery but it no longer hurts to build my legos. Just two bags to go to finish and about another hour to finish the tagged book. Maybe tomorrow! #scarathlon #teamslaughter @Clwojick @StayCurious

Leftcoastzen I don‘t collect Lego‘s but this item almost made me start 5mo
mrp27 What a neat Lego set! 5mo
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Texreader
Frankenstein | Mary Shelley
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I started Frankenstein this week on Audible (free for Audible subscribers). I‘ve never read it so I figured now was as good as any

#scarathlon #teamslaughter @Clwojick @StayCurious

TheBookHippie Oh I hope you enjoy it!!! 5mo
Ann_Reads I listened to this a few years ago & thought Dan Stevens did a stellar job of narrating. 5mo
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AvidReader25
Frankenstein | Mary Shelly
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Recently saw an incredible exhibit with gems like a first edition Frankenstein, early editions of Walt Whitman & Mark Twain, the Magna Carta, letters between Hamilton and Burr, and more!

Texreader Awww that‘s so cool!! 5mo
Dilara I'm envious! 😉 5mo
AvidReader25 @Dilara @Texreader It‘s so fun to see originals of these epic works! 5mo
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VioletMoonBooks
Frankenstein: ; Or, The Modern Prometheus | Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
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BooksNBowls
Frankenstein | Mary Shelly
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Finished Frankenstein! Poor monster, he‘s so misunderstood. Was he the monster Vic so thought him to be, or was he simply a lonely miserable wretch abandoned by his creator?

Perfect book to stack up points for #TeamMonsterMash #Scarathlon2022 +15pts theme read +1710pts word search +45pts hours spent reading +15pts read book daily prompt +20pts maze prompt I think that‘s all?? TOTAL: 1806pts! Wahoo 🥳

TheBookHippie I love this read. I need a reread! 6mo
KristiAhlers I love that story. I‘m glad you enjoyed it 6mo
BooksNBowls @TheBookHippie this is my first reread! Ive been stuck on revisiting all my old high school reads. I wrote in the margins a lot in most of them and I‘m enjoying the story and the comments and insights I don‘t remember making lol (edited) 6mo
TheBookHippie @BooksNBowls HA! I have had that with some Shakespeare rereads! 6mo
BooksNBowls @TheBookHippie oh gosh I probably have some good ones in my Shakespeare textbook as well! 😂 6mo
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BooksNBowls
Frankenstein | Mary Shelly
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I forgot to post my favorite #creature in literature for yesterday‘s #scarathlondailyprompt! Reading this one next as well! #teammonstermash #scarathlon2022 +6pts

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IndoorDame
Frankenstein | Mary Shelly
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The original #creature feature. I‘m due for a reread of this, but I‘m not going to have time this month. #Scarathlon2022 #ScarathlonDailyPrompt #TeamMonsterMash @StayCurious @Clwojick

Clwojick 🖤 6mo
StayCurious cool edition 6mo
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squirrelbrain
Frankenstein | Mary Shelley
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Look what arrived when we were away on holiday! @Cathythoughts

The card is gorgeous, and it‘s a lovely edition of Frankenstein (which, can you believe, is one of the classics that I‘ve never read?!)

And as for the gin and tonic chocolate… 😋- that won‘t last long for sure!

Thanks so much for your thoughtful gifts! 😘

marleed I read Frankenstein last year and loved it. The book and ordinal story is much better than any adaption I‘ve seen over the years. 6mo
Cathythoughts Oh good, I‘m glad it‘d there. A bit late with the card … Enjoy Helen 😘 6mo
LeahBergen Lovely! 6mo
Megabooks How wonderful! 6mo
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rachelsbrittain
Frankestein | Mary Shelley
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I got my bivalent Covid booster this afternoon and treated myself to this cute little Frankenstein's monster Funko and some Brookside chocolate as a reward 😂 He looks so good with this cover, though. I'm kind of obsessed.

Bette ❤️ your funko 6mo
Addison_Reads 💚 I got my booster today too. 6mo
5feet.of.fury Love then neon book and funko! 6mo
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Cazxxx
Frankenstein | Mary Shelly
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#manicmonday #letterf @CBee

📕 Tagged
✍️ Nicci French
🎥 Ferris Buellers day off
🎤 Falling in reverse
🎵 Fade to black-Metallica

Everyone is tagged!

Leftcoastzen Save Ferris! 6mo
CBee Thanks for playing! I count on @AmyG for the Dead songs, and you for the metal 😂👏🏻 6mo
Cazxxx @Leftcoastzen 🙌🏻 😂 6mo
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Cazxxx @CBee haha I‘m glad I can do my bit to help 😂😂 (edited) 6mo
CBee @Cazxxx 😊😊😊 6mo
persephone1408 I like your music taste😉 6mo
Cazxxx @persephone1408 You obviously have good taste 😁😁 6mo
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THill
Frankenstien | Mary Shelley
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@wanderinglynn #HHS22 🎃🎃🎃

wanderinglynn ☠️🖤🙌🏻 7mo
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CrowCAH
Frankenstein | Mary Shelly
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#LittensWantToKnow

Yes, Frankenstein - 2
House of the Seven Gables - 2
Pride and Prejudice - 5 (or so I think of the original text)

Thanks for the tag @jenniferw88

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Thank you for playing! 7mo
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DaveGreen7777
Frankenstein | Mary Shelly
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Thank you for this #Two4Tuesday @TheSpineView 😁

1️⃣ Tagged! Although between recovering from surgery and preparing for a major audit at work next month, I haven‘t had much reading time lately, so it‘s the ONLY book I‘ve been reading this month! 😳 Fortunately I‘ve been enjoying it.

2️⃣ It‘s so different than I expected. Hollywood often portrays the monster as a mindless brute, but Shelly‘s original creation is more intelligent and dangerous! 😱

TheSpineView You're welcome! Thanks for playing 7mo
RaeLovesToRead Sorry to hear you've been unwell, Dave. Hope all went OK with your surgery 💕 I need to find what I've done with my copy of Frankenstein.. 7mo
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DaveGreen7777 @RaeLovesToRead Thanks, Dr. Rae! 😀 It was actually for hernia repair, so I was in a lot of pain for a few days, but I‘m happy to report that I am doing much better now! 7mo
RaeLovesToRead Well at least you've shown that pesky hernia who's boss! 😎🙃 7mo
MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm Glad your surgery went well and that you‘re recovering! ❤️ 7mo
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TheKidUpstairs
Frankenstein | Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
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#OnThisDay in 1797 the mother of science fiction, Mary Shelley, was born Mary Godwin in London, England. After running away from home at the age of 16 with the married Percy Shelley, she famously penned Frankenstein at 18 following a challenge from Lord Byron. Published anonymously in 1818, Mary wasn't credited as the author until 1823, and never received royalties for her most famous work. #HistoryGetsLIT

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VioletMoonBooks
Frankenstein: ; Or, The Modern Prometheus | Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
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JuliaTheBookNerd
Frankenstien | Mary Shelley
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A few of my favorite literary #Doctors 👨‍⚕️ 🧑‍⚕️🥼🏥

#ArtfulAugust 🖌🖼🎨

#BookNerd 🤓💙📚

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Perfect!! Love the pic 🩺 7mo
Eggs Nice stethoscope 🩺 ❤️💉 7mo
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DaveGreen7777
Frankenstein | Mary Shelly
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“I perceived in the gloom a figure which stole from behind a clump of trees near me; I stood fixed, gazing intently: I could not be mistaken. A flash of lightning illuminated the object, and discovered its shape plainly to me; its gigantic stature, and the deformity of its aspect, more hideous than belongs to humanity, instantly informed me that it was the wretch, the filthy dæmon, to whom I had given life.”

The monster trying to be stealthy ?

mabell 🤣 7mo
DaveGreen7777 @mabell 😁😁😁 7mo
johncadams Love this! 7mo
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kspenmoll This made me laugh out loud! My cat Emmy hides in a box that is open on 2 Sides. It‘s hilarious! 7mo
kspenmoll Frankenstein is a good read. 7mo
DaveGreen7777 @kspenmoll HA HA, cats are an infinite source of entertainment! 😹😹😹 7mo
Avanders 😂🤣 7mo
Suet624 😂😂😂 7mo
KristiAhlers This totally just made me 😂 3mo
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VioletMoonBooks
Frankenstein: ; Or, The Modern Prometheus | Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
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SW-T 😂 7mo
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DaveGreen7777
Frankenstein | Mary Shelly
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Thank you for this #Two4Tuesday @TheSpineView 😀

1️⃣ Books that make me laugh. “Good Omens” by Gaiman and Pratchett, “The Palace Job” by Patrick Weekes, Stephanie Plum books by Janet Evanovich, and “Mind Games” by Carolyn Crane are good for cheering me up when I have a bad day! 😁

2️⃣ Victor Frankenstein is an egomaniac! 😳

TheSpineView Excellent description! Thanks for playing 7mo
DaveGreen7777 @TheSpineView 😁😁😁 7mo
Graywacke Love your description. 7mo
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DaveGreen7777 @Graywacke Thank you! 7mo
Branwen Number 2 is spot on! 😂👍🏻 7mo
DaveGreen7777 @Branwen HA HA, thank you! 😁 7mo
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mdlysko
Frankenstien | Mary Shelley
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Nought may endure but mutability

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Frankenstein so caught public imagination that it's never been out of print. It has gone through countless editions, become a staple of nineteenth-century horror narratives and more recently has enjoyed a deep relationship with audiences of film and TV, players of computer games and readers of fan fiction.

Read my review at John C Adams Reviews:

https://tinyurl.com/9adp43as

#Frankenstein #MaryShelley #JohnCAdamsReviews #bookreviews

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vivastory
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CampbellTaraL 🤭 9mo
KateReadsYA Omg hahahha 9mo
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LeahBergen That‘s good! 😆 9mo
Branwen 🤣😆 9mo
julesG 😂😂😂 9mo
Megabooks 🤣🤣🤣 9mo
Centique TRUTH 😂😂 9mo
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johncadams
Frankenstein | Mary Shelly

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley is one of the most famous horror novels of all time. Find out how it still informs our identity in my review.

https://www.johncadamsreviews.com/single-post/frankenstein-by-mary-shelley

#Frankenstein #MaryShelley #fiction #horror #sciencefiction #JohnCAdamsReviews #JohnCAdams #MondayMusings #book #books #bookreview #bookreviews

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krispychips
Frankenstein: ; Or, The Modern Prometheus | Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
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I‘m a sucker for classics and this book was no exception. The story line was captivating and I loved the characters, especially Victor and Clerval. Clerval was such a loving friend, he didn‘t deserve what happened to him! I also felt bad for Victor, he just wanted to enjoy life and the wonders of science! Overall, the novel was amazing and I loved that it was written through letters. The story within a story was genius.

CogsOfEncouragement I really enjoyed this one too. 9mo
CogsOfEncouragement I really enjoyed this one too. I absolutely agree Shelley deserves a lot of credit for the story in story format. 9mo
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melzen
Frankenstien | Mary Shelley
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📖yes, occasionally mostly come to age or romance classics
📖 Frankenstein
#two4tuesday
Tagging: @Books.Bottles.and.Babies

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sci6344e22_vdd
Frankstein | Mary Shelley
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Le premier sens est l'odorat, puisque je lis toujours accompagnée de l'arôme d'une tasse de café matinale. Ensuite, je lis principalement sur mon balcon qui face face à des travaux de réfection. Ma vue erre donc souvent sur l'immeuble en face, surtout lorsque le volume tonitruant de la radio m'extirpe des pages de Frankenstein. Finalement, la lecture du roman est aussi associée à l‘ouïe; une cacophonie est toujours en toile de fond.

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VioletMoonBooks
Frankenstein: ; Or, The Modern Prometheus | Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
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Gissy 😳 10mo
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LoverOfLearning
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Mehso-so

Finished! A story within a story with in a story. Definitely not at all what I was expecting.

To be honest, I loved the concept and the depth of the story but found myself either confused or missing details over and over. Im not even sure what happened at the end... 😪😬

I listened to it on audiobook but this classic deserves to be held physically and cherished. I'll have to read it again!

Solid 3.5 stars because I missed a lot of detail.

Ruthiella I think the ending was a little open ended-the monster sails off on a ice floe - maybe he survives? Room for a sequel...probably someone has already written it! 10mo
LoverOfLearning @Ruthiella yeah it was so so hard to focus on the audiobook at times. I had to relisten to the ending like 3 times and eventually I gave up. I more or less the gist of it. HA And yeah I'm sure someone has! 10mo
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kplovesbooks
Frankenstein | Mary Shelley
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🤣🤣🤣🤣

Leftcoastzen 👏👏😂😂😂 10mo
Erinreadsthebooks Thanks to you I went straight to Instagram and followed that account. Hilarious! 10mo
LoverOfLearning Hahhaha perfect 10mo
kplovesbooks @Erinreadsthebooks GOOD!! It's fantastic! 10mo
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VioletMoonBooks
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WanderingBookaneer
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Readergrrl Ooh! 🖤 Frankenstein! I just mentioned this great book yesterday even though I haven‘t thought of it since September. This makes the third time in 24 hours that I‘ve heard mention of it from unrelated sources! Must mean it‘s time for a reread! 11mo
wanderinglynn 😆😆😆 11mo
BethM This is perfection! 11mo
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Readergrrl
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My all-time favorite anti-hero (and I LOVE a morally conflicted protagonist) is the Creature in Mary Shelley‘s Frankenstein. This is one of my favorite novels to teach and the Creature is the most tragic of tragic heroes! His deeply flawed character is so complex and has so much to teach us….if only we‘d listen.
#Two4Tuesday
@lumbricuslibri
@TheSpineView
I tag anyone who‘d like to play along. Morally grey protagonists are the best!

Readergrrl Artwork is from Bernie Wrightson‘s graphic novel of the same name. 11mo
suvata I completely agree 11mo
TheSpineView Totally agree about Frankenstein! Thanks for playing! 11mo
APLitlife My favorite to teach also! I follow with Lord of the Flies and we have great discussions. 11mo
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DaveGreen7777
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“Life and death appeared to me ideal bounds, which I should first break through, and pour a torrent of light into our dark world. A new species would bless me as its creator and source; many happy and excellent natures would owe their being to me. No father could claim the gratitude of his child so completely as I should deserve theirs.”

YIKES! I knew going into this that Dr. Frankenstein had a God complex, but I didn‘t realize to what extent! 😱

mabell 🤣🤣 11mo
DaveGreen7777 @mabell 😁😁 11mo
Branwen This post! 😂🤣👏👏👏 11mo
DaveGreen7777 @Branwen HA HA!!! Thank you! 😁 11mo
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