Frankenstein, The Handmaid’s Tale and Oryx and Crake

“Natural philosophy is the genius that has regulated my fate” – states Victor Frankenstein in the opening of his narrative. Through Frankenstein’s acquiring of this “natural philosophy”, we can already make a link to a broader view of society. His early access to these books of science to which he quickly becomes obsessed with comesContinue reading “Frankenstein, The Handmaid’s Tale and Oryx and Crake”

Frankenstein – Mary Shelley Book review

It’s been a while since I’ve read this gorgeus book – poetry in the form of a monstrous story. Man trying to be God by creating life – in his own form and shape – and then having to deal with the birth of identity, free will and intelligence. Does it sound familiar to you?Continue reading “Frankenstein – Mary Shelley Book review”

Frankenstein: Dead And Alive – Dean Koontz

As a devastating hurricane approaches New Orleans, Victor Helios, once know as Frankenstein, has unleashed his benighted creatures onto the streets. As New Orleans descends into chaos, his engineered killers spin out of control, and the only hope rests with Victor’s first and failed attempt to build the perfect human, whose damned path has ledContinue reading “Frankenstein: Dead And Alive – Dean Koontz”

Frankenstein: Lost Souls * Dean Koontz

SOMEONE NEW IS PLAYING GOD THIS IS BOOK 4 The Frankenstein story updated to the 21st century by the great American storyteller Dean Koontz. In a powerful reworking of one of the classic stories of all time, Dr Frankenstein lives on, seemingly indestructible, more malignant than ever. Frankenstein’s first monster, Deucalion, has spent two hundred years tryingContinue reading “Frankenstein: Lost Souls * Dean Koontz”

Frankenstein: City of Night – Dean Koontz

The mad genius had not imagined that his creations would develop minds – and purposes – of their own. And as Deucalion and Detectives O’Connor and Maddison race to uncover an age-old conspiracy, they will discover that Victor’s new, improved models have infiltrated every level of New Orleans society … and far beyond.

I, Frankenstein and Dean Koontz’s Dead And Alive

I went to the movies last night to see I, Frankenstein in full blown 3D and even knowning it might not be good (imdb ratings are below 6), I was well impressed with the new story line, the CGI battles that looked so damn cool and even though the acting falters here and there, theContinue reading “I, Frankenstein and Dean Koontz’s Dead And Alive”