Frankenstein cover


Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (1797-1851)

1. 01 - Dedication and Preface
2. 02 - Vol. I, Letter I
3. 03 - Vol. I, Letter II
4. 04 - Vol. I, Letter III
5. 05 - Vol. I, Letter IV
6. 06 - Vol. I, Chapter I
7. 07 - Vol. I, Chapter II
8. 08 - Vol. I, Chapter III
9. 09 - Vol. I, Chapter IV
10. 10 - Vol. I, Chapter V
11. 11 - Vol. I, Chapter VI
12. 12 - Vol. I, Chapter VII
13. 13 - Vol. II, Chapter I
14. 14 - Vol. II, Chapter II
15. 15 - Vol. II, Chapter III
16. 16 - Vol. II, Chapter IV
17. 17 - Vol. II, Chapter V
18. 18 - Vol. II, Chapter VI
19. 19 - Vol. II, Chapter VII
20. 20 - Vol. II, Chapter VIII
21. 21 - Vol. II, Chapter IX
22. 22 - Vol. III, Chapter I
23. 23 - Vol. III, Chapter II
24. 24 - Vol. III, Chapter III
25. 25 - Vol. III, Chapter IV
26. 26 - Vol. III, Chapter V
27. 27 - Vol. III, Chapter VI
28. 28 - Vol. III, Chapter VII
29. 29 - Vol. III, Letters

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A precursor to gothic literature and science fiction genres, Frankenstein is a novel fuming with imagination as it depicts a well known horror story. Shelly’s gothic fiction is written in epistolary form as a means of correspondence between the failed writer Robert Walton and his sister, while he is away on a dangerous expedition in search of fame. Some major themes explored in the gothic classic are the fallibility of ambition and knowledge, revenge, prejudice, isolation, and the imperfections of society. The novel begins with the introduction of Captain Robert Walton, who is on a ship bound for the North Pole in search of scientific progress and knowledge. During his voyage, he and his crew come across a man nearly frozen and in frail condition. Taking the man onboard and nurturing him back to health, Walton is finally acquainted with Victor Frankenstein. Frankenstein sees the same ambition within Walton that he too possessed and which is the reason for his current troubled state. Hence he decides to recount his life and share the miserable events leading him to his present isolated circumstance. Walton listens and records Frankenstein’s account which begins with his childhood in his family home in Geneva. Even as a young child, Frankenstein was encouraged by his parents to seek out the truth about the world, and use science as his instrument. It is this passion for knowledge that prompts him to conduct experiments in order to recreate life from lifeless matter. However, the result is not the ideal being the scientist had initially expected, and instead produces an eight foot tall creature with yellow eyes and visible muscle tissue. Repulsed by his creation, Frankenstein tries to steer clear of the monster, but only ignites the monster’s anger as it goes into a revenge spree taunting his creator. A chilling tale of murderous mayhem follows which is guaranteed to give goose bumps. Though many are familiar with Frankenstein through countless adaptations, most are unaware of the original depiction which can only be witnessed in the classic novel. Far from a simple horror story meant to scare and entertain, Frankenstein is a timeless classic which evokes vital questions about human nature and centers on important issues targeting human curiosity and the dangers of science.



- Wow

Outstanding book and narrator. What a movie the real Frankenstein story would make.


So well told such a wonderfull Voice


very good narration!

Riye kim

- VERY FUN!!!!!!!!

How did you write this book so good!!!!!!!!


- Great story

Great story - Beautifully narrated


- Great!

I´m a English learner and my listening has always been awful, so i decided to listen to this audiobook every single day and the narration is great! i have improved aswell by the way, i would really like to find some more of her works!

Lael Silver

- Very good if you stick with it

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- Best audiobook

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- Awesome

The reading was amazing. The story was excellent.


- Frankenstein

Why was the book made so good


The narration is fantastic, and really brings this amazing story to life. Frankenstein's in an overlooked classic, since most people think of the 30s movies or the style that they developed. The book is basically a Science fiction in the 18th century, and is a story that deserves to be told even today.


among my top 5 favorite books. Not like the Hollywood version. She causes you to sympathize with the monster while at the same time detesting and fearing him. the monster is a great metaphor of our creations coming back to haunt us Hollywood needs to make this version. It would be a hit


- Frankenstein

I never knew this was such a good book. Very suspenseful. Loved it! Great narration


I think its good so far.


The book should be shorter.


Very good narration. Excellent story.


The narrator was fantastic!


- Tragedy

This is a total must have read or listened to! I do recommend this story and narration to others.


Very, very good! I really enjoyed both the story and the narration.


- Tragedy

I really enjoyed this audiobook. I have no problem telling my friends about this one.

Loved it! Thank you so much to the reader - it was perfect!

Beautiful story, excellent narration.


Excellent narration


- Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus

Short, Perfect Story with moral questioning! Multiple readers, awesome reading the best I’ve ever encountered so far! My absolute favorite, thank you to the reader so much :)