by Maggy on February 15, 2010This novel, supposedly written during a drug party with the poets Byron and Shelley, after Mary Shelley suffered a miscarriage, is a narrative. There is something inherently terrifying about hearing the stories of Frankenstein and his monster, passionately written as a journal found by a sailor. And, unlike Stephen King, both the story and the writing are flawless.
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