The Cross of Frankenstein

Robert J. Myers

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The Cross of Frankenstein

The Cross of Frankenstein By Robert J. Myers The Cross of Frankenstein Dr Frankenstein s illegitimate son Victor began to suspect the awful truth that his father s unholy fiend was still alive Why else would the stranger from Americas ask Victor to prepare a weird purpli

  • Title: The Cross of Frankenstein
  • Author: Robert J. Myers
  • ISBN: 9780397010868
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Cross of Frankenstein By Robert J. Myers Dr Frankenstein s illegitimate son Victor began to suspect the awful truth that his father s unholy fiend was still alive Why else would the stranger from Americas ask Victor to prepare a weird purplish fluid from a secret formula Was the stuff to serve the Monster as blood What other diabolical scheme was Victor to become a part of Then Victor was kidnaped, and higDr Frankenstein s illegitimate son Victor began to suspect the awful truth that his father s unholy fiend was still alive Why else would the stranger from Americas ask Victor to prepare a weird purplish fluid from a secret formula Was the stuff to serve the Monster as blood What other diabolical scheme was Victor to become a part of Then Victor was kidnaped, and high in the gloomy mountains of Virginia he met his father s terrible creation and gazed into its dull yellow eye back cover copy
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    1. Charles on said:

      Even though the Frankenstein monster is in it, it s not terribly horrific I thought it was a fun read, though.

    2. Jim Dooley on said:

      This is a very uneven novel However, if you are willing to suspend disbelief and bring to it the wide eyed wonder that you would take to a pulp fiction novel, you ll have fun In fact, it reminds me of one of those classic books that were advertised in the pages of FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND Of course, the creation has discovered his sexuality and, while not overt, words such as erection are used, so I doubt if it would have graced the pages of that classic monster magazine.The flaws are many Th [...]

    3. Michael on said:

      Although this book is intended to follow on from the original story, think Hammer Horror than Mary Shelley.It tells the story of the illegitimate son of the original Dr Frankenstein and of his mission to both recover his father s notebooks and to destroy the Monster he created.Most of the book is competently written but, like the Monster itself, it seems to be stitched together from disparate parts, the narrative, written in the first person from Victor s viewpoint, switching from a certain gen [...]

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