With his mother dead from scarlet fever, Victor Frankenstein leaves his family in Geneva and goes to the university of Ingolstadt to study natural science. He becomes obsessed with the idea of unlocking the secret of life itself. Frankenstein’s dark experiments lead to success, but he is so horrified by his creation that he rejects it and flees. There follows a tragic and destructive chain of events that will lead him to regret the day he decided to play god.
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About the Author
Mary Shelley (1797–1851) was the daughter of political philosopher William Godwin and philosopher and feminist Mary Wollstonecraft. She wrote novels, short stories, plays, essays, and biographies, but is best known for her Gothic novel Frankenstein (1818). She also edited the works of Romantic poet Percy Bysshe Shelley, whom she married in 1816.Pete Katz is a half-Irish, half-Greek illustrator and gent, born in the East End of London, UK. He has been a freelance illustrator for over ten years and has worked for clients including Oxfam, Harvey Nichols, and the British Museum. He is a member of the international Bad Apple Artist Collective and produces portraits and other commissions as well as working on graphic novels. More of his work can be found at www.inkandmanners.com.