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Fraulein Frankenstein By Stephen Woodworth Fraulein Frankenstein Her fate has become lost in legends Some say her creator destroyed her others believe fearful villagers burned her alive Now the mate that Victor Frankenstein created for his monster reveals her true

  • Title: Fraulein Frankenstein
  • Author: Stephen Woodworth
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  • Page: 351
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  • Fraulein Frankenstein By Stephen Woodworth Her fate has become lost in legends Some say her creator destroyed her others believe fearful villagers burned her alive Now, the mate that Victor Frankenstein created for his monster reveals her true story, from her awakening on the slab in the scientist s laboratory, through her tortured initiation into human society, to her desperate quest for a love of her owneveHer fate has become lost in legends Some say her creator destroyed her others believe fearful villagers burned her alive Now, the mate that Victor Frankenstein created for his monster reveals her true story, from her awakening on the slab in the scientist s laboratory, through her tortured initiation into human society, to her desperate quest for a love of her owneven if she has to manufacture the lover she wants.
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    1. Montzalee Wittmann on said:

      Fraulein Frankenstein by Stephen Woodworth is a very clever book on the Frankenstein tale This is bride s tale Very interesting and had me engrossed the whole way through It is a dark tale but it would have to be wouldn t it Very good story

    2. Linda Strong on said:

      Although this is not my preferred genre, I was intrigued enough by this author s other books that I have read the Violet Series to give this one a go I voted for this one through Kindle Scout and was pleased to see it chosen as to be published.My first thought was that this was a twisted take on The Bride of Frankenstein only with very human emotions and wants and needs that most of us have Once free of the laboratory, Fraulein looks for love Some of the story lost its appeal for me in the chara [...]

    3. AndrewP on said:

      This is a take on what happened to the Bride of Frankenstein and her story.I found that this book was written in a style reminiscent of period SF literature i.e the story was very linear with a single POV and very little in the way of twists of surprises This was both it s charm and it s greatest weakness and I found myself getting bored about three quarters of the way through.

    4. Rebecca on said:

      I thoroughly enjoyed this book from start to finish The writing is well executed and draws you into the story and keeps you there until the very end The author has you sitting on the edge of your seat, wondering what will happen next I was never quite sure if it would end happily ever after or not After reading this, I now want to read Frankenstein, having only seen various movies until now I received a free copy of this book through the Kindle Scout program.

    5. Kellie on said:

      I enjoyed this than I expected to, to be honest SW is an excellent writer, but the Frankenstein story in general has never really interested me I can read all kinds of variations on the Dracula story, Peter Pan, etc But Frank Meh This turned out to be a good twist on the classic tale What if Frankenstein s monster well, one of them was a female, and she ran away and started THINKING, and started to wonder how she came to be This is exactly what happens to our Fraulein heroine.I had no idea wher [...]

    6. Laura Reading on said:

      I believe this could become a classic as much as the original novel by Mary Shelley.There is enough story here for multiple books I easily believe that I will return to this book annually for a great seasonal Halloween or just snowed in read.It is fantasy fiction, historical romance and horror all mixed together.Told from the point of view of Frankenstein s second successful creation, this one a female.From the beginning things go horribly wrong She is rejected by her intended mate for being too [...]

    7. Carolyn Injoy on said:

      Fraulein Frankenstein by Stephen Woodworth Fraulein Frankenstein by Stephen Woodworth is an intriguing book I gave it five stars I read it in one sitting It was written from the point of view of the mate Victor Frankenstein created for his monster It told her story from her birth by lightning on the slab, being chased through the woods and learning about human society She thinks of Victor s first creation as her brother, rather than her mate She yearns for a mate of her owneven if she has to ass [...]

    8. Josie Boyce on said:

      I nice surprise in an entertaining manner A bit florid at times, especially the sexy bits But a likeable take on heavily tread ground, the Frankenstein mythos.

    9. keisha on said:

      A different spin on a classic tale I love classic story s and this one will not disappoint The author did a wonderful job bringing these character s to life If you are a fan of Frankenstein you will enjoy this tale.

    10. ѦѺ™ on said:

      I was born in horror, my first speech a scream When you have an opening line like that and you are fascinated with the Frankenstein mythos, how could you not read on and on Well, I did for the better half of the book However, my pacing slowed down and my excitement dwindled pretty much after that The story just got darker and darker which was not bad in itself After all, this was a horror story It was the eroticism which I could only describe, for want of a better word, as pseudo necrophilia tha [...]

    11. Cari on said:

      Fraulein Frankenstein by Stephen Woodworth was so much than I expected it to be in terms of complexity and maturity The visually appealing cover is what initially caught my eye, but it honestly looked like the cover of a young adult novel and knowing that this was essentially Frankenstein fan fiction, I didn t expect anything beyond that Side note I am a diehard fan of YA fiction, so I don t mean that in a negative way at all The book begins with the female lead character s resurrection in Fran [...]

    12. Baker​ St Shelves on said:

      The Bride of Frankenstein was briefly in the original story and and the famous Boris Karloff film, but she isn t really touched on in other adaptations unlike the good doctor and his creation, so it was nice to see the Bride in a starring role for once I did like this, but not as much as I was hoping I would My main issue is that the scenes move too quickly for the reader to fully understand what s going on and that makes the side characters too numerous and too confusing to keep up with To the [...]

    13. Karen on said:

      A heart wrenching story of the best and worst humanity has to offer A story where love can be the greatest and most destructive thing at the same time view spoiler Anna was a beautifully created character full of flaws and the capability to let her desires and anger get the best of her regardless of how much she may fight her instincts I found the stages of growth she goes through made her a compelling character who I cared about as the story progressed Humanity can be filled with ugliness and [...]

    14. Amber on said:

      3.5 stars I received a free copy of this book through the Kindle Scout program This was a unique take on the Frankenstein tale This time, from the perspective of the bride Frankenstein created for his creature There is a lot happening, with four stories comprising the larger tale As with the original, this presents some questions about the morality and ethics of reanimating the dead Interesting reinterpretation continuation of the classic.

    15. Haddie Harper on said:

      Creepy but awesomeI am not one to read anything quite as creepy as Frankenstein, but this was over the top awesome Fraulein Frankenstein opens a new world to a tale that is already so well known The beginning had me going The middle, upon the edge of my seat The ending, not quite a cliffhanger, but I wanted to know where the characters end up.

    16. Ashley Hubbard on said:

      Very Interesting I liked the authors take on the Bride of Frankenstein s Monster It was very creatively written I did feel that the last few chapters were, unnecessary It did kind of take away from the story, but I don t want to spoil it for those who haven t read it All in all it s a good book worth a read.

    17. Shelly Jacobs on said:

      FantasticWhat a wonderful book I loved it It made me have sympathy for character s then I imagined I would love to read another book 2

    18. Constance Guillory on said:

      GhoulishWhat a frightfully good book I have to wonder, how long does a Frankenstein live I highly recommend this book to those who are not faint of heart.

    19. Heather Brinkerhoff Burdsal on said:

      Poor writing, contrived plot, unrealistic characters and motivations Stopped at about 75%.

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