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FRANKENSTEIN MEETS MOBY DICK: OR, THE MODERN PROMETHEUS MEETS THE WHALE
by David Myriad (Author), Mary Shelly (Author), Herman Melville (Author), Mark Twain (Author)
FRANKENSTEIN MEETS MOBY DICK: OR, THE MODERN PROMETHEUS MEETS THE WHALE “Call me Frankenstein.” 1 mad scientist. 2 nemeses. 3 manly intimate friendships. Forbidden secrets of life, death, and reanimation.
Hiding under the alias Ishmael, young Ernest secretly is the lost forgotten brother of the infamous Doctor Victor Frankenstein. He flees to the sea to escape the nemesis his sibling created from the graveyards of men. Yet unbeknownst to him, his closest sailing companion is the very creature assembled and abandoned, posing as the pagan cannibal harpooner Queequeg.
Robin's Review: This was such a fun read! It's a blend of two great novels that kept me entertained the whole way through. Even though it took a while to get through, it was worth it. I had such a wonderful time reading this. The project is beautifully crafted to combine the dark and tortured lives of Dr. Frankenstein and his Monster with those of Ishmael and Captain Ahab. It's creative, complex, and entertaining—well worth the time. It was my pleasure to receive a free copy of this book but that does not in any way affect my opinions in this review of this entertaining story.
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