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Victor Frankenstein vs. Jim Hawkins

Ok we read Frankenstein, then Treasure Island. This will be a short post, just some of the observations kids had about Frankenstein, and then the contrast between the two books. 310 more words

Literature Circle

Hope, responsibility and Frankenstein.

I tried to read Frankenstein today. It made my whole bookshelf collapse.

‘Bookshelf’ is really a far too structured word for what I actually have: a row of novels, 3 stories high (heh), with a penchant for falling and injuring any occupant of the bed below at the slightest provocation. 1,060 more words

Damages and Broken Hearts

I’ve been known to be a little rough on my books. Every one I read ends up with one or two or several creases in the spine. 218 more words


What I've read so far in 2015

As I mentioned in my New Years Resolutions post I want to read 25 books within 2015. And I’m already certain I’ll fly pass this goal. 994 more words


P is for...Patchwork Girl

If you want to see the whole, you will have to piece me together yourself.
–from Patchwork Girl

Patchwork Girl is a modern answer to…

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Part Time Monster

Review: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein was dreamt up by an eighteen-year-old Shelley after listening to a rigorous debate about moldy cheese between her husband and colleague Lord Byron. 488 more words


Behemoth #1 – Review

Upon downloading Behemoth #1 from comiXology today I found myself completely taken in by the world Christopher Kipiniak and J.K. Woodward have created…

Chapter 1 – “THIS IS WHAT YOU ARE” 352 more words