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Call of Duty: Advanced Frankenstein Warfare

Frankenstein (The Modern Prometheus), written by Mary Shelley and published in 1818, tells the horrific gothic tale of Victor Frankenstein’s monster. The creature is made from the parts of human corpses, and is brought to life by the strike of lightning. 420 more words

30 Books For My 30th - Number 18

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Dear Frankenstein,

Before we get into the nitty gritty of this letter let me just say happy birthday. What a wonderful year; both of us celebrating significant ages. 838 more words


"Remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet,"

Hi and welcome to this weeks blog post. This week I will be talking about the return of the snow, wellbeing and LEGO. 557 more words

Everyday Ramblings

Frankenstein - Mary Shelley - Review

score: 4/5

First Sentence: I am by birth a Genevese; and my family is one of the most distinguished
of that republic.

You can read free… 72 more words

My Least and Most Viewed Reviews

Book reviews are the type of posts I most like to write for this blog, and they are also the ones that take me the longest to complete and edit. 576 more words