The Cross of Frankenstein

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  • Paperback
  • 0 pages
  • The Cross of Frankenstein
  • Robert J. Meyers
  • English
  • 08 January 2017
  • 9780671805425

10 thoughts on “The Cross of Frankenstein

  1. says:

    Frankenstein is far from my favorite classic movie monster, but I picked this up on a whim at Half Price Books The author does a commendable job in evoking a vintage narrative style, I found this far readable than Shelley s original It has much talk than action but offers a fair continuation to the original story There is a sequel, THE SLAVE OF FRANKENSTEIN.

  2. says:

    A surprisingly good story.At the age of 16, young Victor Saville is told by his aunt that he s actually the illegitimate son of Victor Frankenstein From her, he learns that the man he calls his uncle was the sea captain who rescued Victor from the Monster in the Arctic and heard his confession before he died He learns Frankenstein s story as well as the fact that he gave the captain a letter before he died, to deliver to a tavern maid in Hamburg, where the doctor had spent an idyllic time before once again seeing the Monster and fleeing When the captain goes there, he discovers Victor and his mother and invites them to his home where she becomes his cook When she died soon after, the captain s sister raises Victor as her own,and now feels he s old enough to learn his true heritage.Whether through genetics or simple interest, Victor becomes a general practitioner, keeping his foster aunt s name instead of his true one He s happy in his work, never thinking of his father When he s approached by a stranger from America to assist in formulating something called The Fluid using Swiss compounds because his client feels American ones aren t reliable, he becomes intrigued, and discovers this fluid which resembles blood must have something to do with his father s creation which didn t perish in the cold as was thought Instead of the proper ingredients, he mixes poison into the compound and returns it to the stranger Then love enters Victor s life in the form of Felicia, an orphan on her way to stay with an uncle in America, and he forgets the stranger for a while.When the mysterious Mr Greene returns, however, asking Victor to accompany him to America,he s surprised to discover the client didn t die of the poison in the compound but found it non hazardous to his health Victor is still trying to find a way for him and Felicia to be together when it comes time for her to board the ship for America Going to see her off, he s waylaid, and awaken in the hold of the ship, with Felicia also a prisoner, and on his way to America.Victor s adventures in the New World are a shock as he discovers not only is the Monster alive but he s surrounded himself with avid followers, organizing a cult of sorts, in which he s the promised supplier of a wonderful salvation Now Frankenstein s son takes up the cross his father boreto destroy the monster he created There s love and death and great disillusionment and tragedy in store and none of it ends in a way anyone expects.This was a well written story, told from Victor s POV, embued with references to the original story as well as Dr Frankenstein s observation as His son s own reactions to the Monster, what the creation represents, his own blighted romance, and the hint that this is the first in a series It holds the same theme as most stories of this kind and Victor truly reveals that a Frankenstein by any other name is still a Frankenstein when it comes to wishing to destroy the abomination his father created.This novel is owned by the reviewer and no remuneration was involved in the writing of this review.

  3. says:

    Frankenstein with the sex drive of a T rex dropping his boner into captured women is probably the dumbest thing ive read in my life timebeside the shock of that one I d say the most boring aswell.

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