'The Casebook of Victor Frankenstein': Resurrection and remorse
"The Casebook of Victor Frankenstein" by Peter Ackroyd; Nan A. Talese/Doubleday British author Peter Ackroyd, a one-man encyclopedia of British history, language and culture, has written 31 books of fiction, biography, cultural criticism and poetry, many of them prizewinners.
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#1 Nov 6, 2009
Well the story itself was extremelly good. I loved the ending on the story but, it wasnt exactly what I thought it was going to be. I thought the book was going to have me wanting for more but basically i couldn't wait for the movie and the story to be over.
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