|Running Time:||8h 48m 52s|
Found adrift on the open sea by Captain Robert Walton, the scientist, Victor Frankenstein recounts the story of his life up to his discovery. How his obsession with science led to the creation of an abomination which, in his horror, he abandoned. The creatures quest for understanding from his creator leaves a trail of devastation in Victor's life affecting all those he holds dear. A powerful story of love and ambition, of friendship and morality, of horror and violence.
"Beware, for I am fearless and therefore powerful"
Frankenstein, written by the 18 year old Mary Shelley, was originally published in 1818. This audio version uses the text of the revised 1831 version of Shelley's famous tale.
The Novel commences with the framing narrative of Captain Robert Walton in the form of four letters written to his sister. This is followed by Victor Frankenstein's narrative, which itself contains the narrative of the 'monster'The novel concludes again with Walton's letters.
"Strange and harrowing must be his story, frightful the storm which embraced the gallant vessel on its course and wrecked it—thus!"
This unabridged audiobook, read by Rob Goll, is available for immediate download following payment. If you would like to hear a sample before you buy, this audiobook is available to stream on this site. You can find links to all uploaded chapters here
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