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Frankenstein

Narrated by: Austin Vanfleet
Length: 6 hrs and 36 mins
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First published anonymously, Frankenstein was written by Mary Shelley in the early 1800s, when she was just 20 years old. Frankenstein is the compelling science-fiction drama-romance of Victor Frankenstein, a young scientist. Frankenstein goes on to create an irreverent monster-creature through his scientific experimentation. Frankenstein and his creation then go on to pose the question to all - why are we here, what is our purpose? Considered one of the greatest works of literature because of its ingenuity in theme and style, Shelley's Frankenstein is a must-have.

Public Domain (P)2018 Bassett Publishing

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Awful reader.

The incompetent accent of the person reading this text ruined it for me. His interpretation of an English accent is beyond hopeless. I don’t know from which language background he comes, but please don’t engage him for any more classics.

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  • Daniela Thelen
  • 22-06-2018

Ehem

Well, the story is, of course, good; otherwise, it wouldn't still be popular today. The performance was, at times, a bit too fast for my liking. I understand that it is difficult to decide on how to express certain written oddities like "17-". Sadly the "Ehems" chosen, completely threw me out of the experience each time and I would have preferred a less disrupting expression (like... "seventeen-hundreds" for instance). Apart from this though, I enjoyed listening to this version.