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It is an exciting read one which I found very hard to put down and kept me up far later than it should have as I wanted to read to the end. Once at the end, it left me with a need to plunge straight into the other 2 books. Mar 27, Ionia rated it really liked it. I'm never certain what I'm going to get when I begin reading a book that is tied to a classic piece of literature.
In this case, I thought this was an intelligently written and compelling book that explored some new avenues I hadn't thought of before and in many ways improved upon the ideas the original work left off with. If you have ever wondered what happened to the remaining family of Viktor Frankenstein after his theoretical demise in the Arctic, this book explores that nicely. The dialogu I'm never certain what I'm going to get when I begin reading a book that is tied to a classic piece of literature. The dialogue was well written and appropriate for the time period featured in the novel.
I was both surprised and a delighted to find that the author didn't stray too far from the original work when building the past history for these characters. I don't like it much when an author tries to rewrite a classic, and Pete Planisek didn't do that. He stuck by the basic premise of what of "Frankenstein" and joined it to the writing in this book, still truly managing to make this very original and his own. The story has a good pace and there is a lot that happens, so you don't fall asleep while reading it. There was no lag time when the author reached the middle and I appreciated that the end was open for the next book, but didn't leave the reader hanging with more questions than answers.
He never lost focus on his plot. The encounters with "the creature" actually live up to the terrifying being that was crafted in the original Frankenstein, which must have been a challenge to accomplish. I found this was a hard book for me to put down and walk away from, and it kept me up late into the night finishing it. It really is very good.
The only thing I would have changed about this novel, was the amount of reminiscing the characters did. While I understood the need to give them all a history and looking into the past was better for the reader's knowledge base of them, there were times I felt the author got carried away with the past and forgot to include much information about the character's present life. Overall this was an exciting read and I would recommend it to anyone who loves the classic, or anyone looking for a good book with some unforeseen twists.
This review is based on a digital copy from the publisher. I will most definitely look for the rest of this series. Jun 15, Brandy Nacole rated it really liked it Shelves: books. We've all seen original classic stories twisted with a new plot, new writing style, new characters, and so much more. But what about a novel that continues a classic story that everyone enjoyed without changing anything?
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Frankenstein: A Life Beyond does just that. Planisek does a wonderful job of picking up where Mary Shelley finished. I found the story very intriguing, considering I've never thought of what might have happened after the ending Shelly left us with. But now, I want more. In this f We've all seen original classic stories twisted with a new plot, new writing style, new characters, and so much more. In this fantastic continuation, Ernest, Victor's brother, gets warning that his brother may still be alive.
The plot is done at a great pace as we read about Ernest and his quest to find his family, ultimately getting sucked into the monsters quest. Planisek does a phenomenal job of depicting "the creature" in the same way Mary Shelley did.
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I know that must have been a challenge but Panisek pulls it off splendidly. Overall, this was an exciting read, one that I did not want to put down. I look forward to reading the next book in the series. Jun 12, Ruchira Bhowmik rated it really liked it. This is one of the most impressive sequel to a classic literature. Mary Shelley's literary classic "Frankenstein" drives us to a completely different world. If ever we are curious of what happened after the demise of Victor Frankenstein, no book can be compared to this.
It is written in this modern world and thus has a flair of contemporary action. The story is tragic but in the same way romantic too. Author Pete Planisek has kept a complete connection with the original story. The characters are This is one of the most impressive sequel to a classic literature.
The characters are well written.
The dialogues coordinated with the time period. There were no questions which hung in my mind after read this book. It kept me awake till late night. The adventure was thrilling and mesmerizing. I'm really glad that no piece of the book went boring. He was always focused on the main plot. I'm absolutely happy with this book and would love to give a '4. Overall this was an thrilling book. It kept me amazed till the end. I would really recommend this book to those who are a fan of Literature.
Aug 12, Susan rated it really liked it Shelves: a-to-z , A couple of years ago I had the pleasure of reading the first draft of this complex sequel to one of my favorite books, Frankenstein. I have always liked Pete's premise of the sole surviving member of the Frankenstein clan or is he?? The new characters are carefully interwoven into a ten years later storyline, and since this is Book 1 of 3, I am looking forward to some background on super spy Abrielle and more comic relief from Jack Clerval and his A couple of years ago I had the pleasure of reading the first draft of this complex sequel to one of my favorite books, Frankenstein.
The new characters are carefully interwoven into a ten years later storyline, and since this is Book 1 of 3, I am looking forward to some background on super spy Abrielle and more comic relief from Jack Clerval and his potentially dangerous flying cigars. Some parts of the novel are action-filled, page-turning suspense and adventure. But for me, the strengths of the tale come from the reflective journal entries by Ernest and his wife Ailis, the contemplative and philosophical tone maintained, and the cliffhangers throughout the book.
I am looking forward to Book 2! Aug 27, Theresa rated it really liked it.
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I have Mary Shelly's original Frankenstein on my shelves. And with the Monsters in the Neighborhood, and Club Monstrosity under my belt I will try to look at this book with a new perspective This is an odd story, told from the point of view of Ernest Frankenstein, and Ailis Frankenstein his wife. Written as diary entries to their unborn child. Talking about an adventure to Frankenstein home land and ancestral home in an attempt to find his brother, and the mystery of the legend that brought nota I have Mary Shelly's original Frankenstein on my shelves.
Talking about an adventure to Frankenstein home land and ancestral home in an attempt to find his brother, and the mystery of the legend that brought notary of their family. Written as a more classical novel, sounding like Robinson Crusoe more then a monster movie.
Jun 16, Nour Sharif marked it as gave-up-on. I refuse to think that the reason I didn't enjoy this book is because I haven't actually read the original Frankenstein. I stopped reading it because this book was just a stone on my chest. The writing style is weak and very sinister. I really don't need to indulge myself in that. After a while, I realized that I didn't really CARE about what the book tal I refuse to think that the reason I didn't enjoy this book is because I haven't actually read the original Frankenstein.
Sorry for being cruel. I regret signing up for this book. Why did I even do that? Aug 20, Darin rated it it was amazing. This book continues where Mary Shelley's classic tale leaves off. One member of the Frankenstein family still lives. Ernest, Victor's brother, who escaped his family's dark past, receives messages that lead him to believe his brother may still be alive and is summoned to play a role in the monster's ultimate quest. In this book, the first of three Planisek has written to expand the Frankenstein tale, the author expanses the scope, characters, and themes of the original story.
He stays true to She This book continues where Mary Shelley's classic tale leaves off.
He stays true to Shelley's writing style while finding clever ways to enhance the narrative with modern techniques and gives an entertaining continuation on a well known story. Aug 22, Jeffrey rated it it was amazing. This is an impressive debut novel that builds a whole new story from the background characters in Mary Shelley's literary classic. The characters are well written with fresh motivations that seamlessly weave into the history of the original text.
Frankenstein A Life Beyond: (Book 1 of 3) The Resurrection Trinity
The story is tragic and romantic, but also adds a contemporary flair of action and adventure. With this book, Planisek is setting the tone for a trilogy that reverently echoes the source material and yet takes the Frankenstein mythos far beyond its clas This is an impressive debut novel that builds a whole new story from the background characters in Mary Shelley's literary classic. With this book, Planisek is setting the tone for a trilogy that reverently echoes the source material and yet takes the Frankenstein mythos far beyond its classic origins.
I'm looking forward to the next books!