Frankenstein

  • by Mary Shelley
  • Narrated by Gildart Jackson
  • 10 hrs and 25 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Eager science student Victor Frankenstein uses body parts of the dead to bring a creature to life. Although initially excited that his experiment is a success, Frankenstein becomes horrified at the grotesque being that stands before him and flees. Angered by the rejection, the monster retaliates by taking the lives of those dearest to Frankenstein. The decision to play God torments both Frankenstein and the monster he created until the end of their days.

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Masterpiece

An absolutely flawless performance and epic story that will stir the imagination force you to question moral implications and leave empathic to all parties. The story strongly draws you in to love the characters, then leaves you in tragedy. Not for the light hearted but certainly for anyone that wants to think critically.
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- Souchak

Wow - hollywood got it wrong

Amazing story and the narrator brings so much to the characters within. Mary Shelley wrote this so well and moves you throughout the novel. I followed along with a Kindle 1818 edition and there were many differences in language and text. Her novel was no doubt edited, censored and changed over the many years since it's creation. That said, the main points and whole ideal behind her story does come through well. Enjoy this novel....it has caused me to long for Paradise Lost now. Happy listening, friends.
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- Jilyann

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-10-2015
  • Publisher: Dreamscape Media, LLC