A novelette based on Mary Shelley's FRANKENSTEIN, or, The Modern Prometheus from Edgar and Bram Stoker Nominated author Billie Sue Mosiman, author of more than 50 titles for sale worldwide.
"The strength of Mosiman's writing is on display here in Frankenstein:
Return From The Wasteland. She has the same ability to use beautiful
prose and paint a picture that is terrifying in that classic gothic
horror style that does not rely on cheap tricks and gratuitous gore as
if that were all it took to write true horror." T.W.Brown, Top 1000 Reviewer
"I consider this a "must read" for anyone who enjoys a good horror
story, and certainly for anyone who has read Mary Shelly. You will not
be disapointed." Karen Doering, Top 1000 Reviewer
Dr. Frankenstein's monster leaped from the ship where his maker lay dead and claimed he would do away with himself on a burning pyre. He drifted away on an ice floe in the frozen north region. The grief of losing his maker made him suicidal. That is where Mary Shelley left her famous monster.
In FRANKENSTEIN: RETURN FROM THE WASTELAND a new chapter is written to append to Shelley's ending. It's twenty years later and Robert Walton, captain of that fated ship, returns to the dangerous clime to see if the creature really carried through with his threat. Robert can't let the last years of his life run out without knowing the truth--did the monster live or had he really died? What he finds will change his life forever.
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