Frankenstein's Monsters

J.S. Barnes

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A bold, unique sequel to Mary Shelley's classic work of literature from the author of Dracula's Child and The City of Dr Moreau. "He was soon borne away by the waves, and lost in darkness and distance." There are those who would swear that Victor Frankenstein is dead. Those who would swear his Creature died also. They were wrong. 1842. Underneath the Thames, workmen digging Isambard Kingdom Brunel's tunnel uncover something monstrous, asleep in the clay. In Norfolk, a ragged stranger arrives at the home of philosopher Samuel Greene and his wife and sets to work, conducting bizarre experiments. 1850. Stories spread across London: someone living in the shadows, helping those in need. In Newgate prison, Samuel Greene stands accused of murder. Philanthropist Edwin Melrose and investigator Arthur Phipps are determined to understand what happened, but the story Greene has to tell is almost unbelievable: monstrous, impossible creations made in an outhouse laboratory. In this visionary sequel to Mary Shelley's original classic of literature, old experiments resume, new mysteries arise, and the true question of mankind's morality tested once more.

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