Victor Frankenstein, a Swiss scientist, has a great ambition: to createintelligent life. But when his creature first stirs, he realizes he has constructed a monster. Abandoned by its maker and shunned by everyone who sees it, the monster turns on its creator and haunts Dr. Frankenstein with murder and horrors to the very ends of the earth. Artist Frazer Irving’s cinematic and moving portrayal of the doctor and his creation is sympathetic and powerful.
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About Mary Shelley
The daughter of Mary Wollestonecraft, the ardent feminist and author of A Vindication on the Right of Women, and William Godwin, the Radical-anarchist philosopher and author of Lives of the Necromancers, Mary Goodwin was born into a freethinking, revolutionary household… More about Mary Shelley
Published by Puffin Books May 19, 2005| 352 Pages| 5-1/8 x 8| Middle Grade (8-12)| ISBN 9780142404072