This was one of the best. Dan Stevens was outstanding and created a dark mood of torment and passion.
I loved it. The story of Frankenstein, although, fantasy, is a brilliant one. I believe we all remember it from our childhood but Dan Stevens turned it into an adult read that is compelling.
I hope Dan continues as an audiobook reader.
The monster. I loved his voice of anguish and torment
Frankenstein by far.
Yes. It was hard to put down.
Although I know the story well, I didn't want it to end. It seemed new
No - It's a long narrative
Yes and No. At times the characters were a bit hard to keep straight but for the most part it kept you engaged
The scene when the husband of the aunt was introduced to the household along with his physical description and psychological presence
Neither - Just absorbed in the plot
You did not know where the plot was taking you..so many twists and turns which held your interest.The readers were very good.
When you learned the truth about the wife. When she reveals herself
I'm an avid thriller/mystery reader and therefore very cynical about what holds my interest and how well the story is written and developed. This was a good one.
There are too many choices, past, present and future.
The title is tantalizing enough.
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