Dr. Victor Frank is a brilliant neurosurgeon who has developed an incredible new plastic substance that is stronger than bone and is bulletproof. He wants to build a man using bionics and his plastic that will advance the medical world. However, what is meant for noble purposes takes an unexpected turn. The college grant committee refuses him the funds he is counting on, and he becomes hell-bent on revenge. Victor is the great-great-grandson of the original Dr. Frankenstein. Victor discovers his grandfather's journal for reanimating life. He tries to maintain order, even with his fiancée, but the accidents cause a lust for revenge. This noble cause becomes a tale of horror and vengeance. A monster like never before is loose, and no one is safe, not even the good doctor. Murder and fright have a heyday. The tale is horrific; the consequences are unbelievable.
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Frankenstein 2010 (Twenty Ten) based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
The story is intriguing and exciting. The characters are warm and interesting. There is some graphic violence, but no sex or profanity. The monster is described like the original that made the Frankenstein franchise so great for 100 years. The setting is modern day, but it has the romance of the original story. A very easy read and hard to put down. It's a novelette so you can finish it in one sitting easily. This book would make a blockbuster of a movie. I can't wait for the sequel. Buckle up because it is a dark roller coaster of a ride in horror and terror. I loved it! Especially for a first time author.