Now that he has built his creature, Vincent has to start teaching her how to be a lady. Meanwhile, his rival, feeling guilty over the death of their mutual love, begins to investigate what's going on down at the lab.
An ADULT COLORING BOOK: Horror & Frankenstein - 2 Coloring Books In 1
Author: Skyler Rankin
HORROR & FRANKENSTEIN: AN ADULT COLORING BOOK: Horror & Frankenstein - 2 Coloring Books In 1 *An awesome collection of Horror & Frankenstein coloring patterns *Perfect for relaxation and stress relief *2 copies of each image, for two chances to color! *Rad original designs, from Scribble Press!
More than a century ago, Angelus faced a monster born out of one man's nightmares. He thought it was destroyed, but now, on the streets of New York in the 1920s, Angel finds it alive and hungering for revenge.
This edition features grammar exercises and games at the end of each chapter with answers at the end of the book. Victor Frankenstein dabbles with forces he cannot understand when he creates a monster at University in Geneva and brings it to life. Mary Shelley’s classic monster story has delighted readers and film fans for many years. This version of the story has been specially adapted for kids from nine to twelve years old. The language and vocabulary are easy, and emphasis is on action using past, present and future simple tenses. Punctuation meets UK or USA ESL/CEFR/IELTS Level B2 in most cases, although there are some 19th Century features of the text which do not comply and have been left intact to preserve the charm of Mary Shelley's text. The vocabulary in this book is slightly harder than for The Mysterious Affair at Styles and The Secret Adversary. You should try those books first if you are not familiar with words like the following: truthfulness, occupied, unimaginable, commenced, mechanism. Lazlo Ferran is a fully qualified English teacher and teaches in London. He has also published more than twenty novels, making him the ideal choice to adapt Mary Shelley’s stories for children. Vocabulary Stretcher and UK or USA ESL/CEFR Level B2 editions are also available. Paperback editions also available on Amazon. Classics Adapted by a Qualified Teacher Paperback also available on Amazon. Keywords: Frankenstein, thriller, fun, classics, adaptations, crime, 1800s, monster, education, reading practice, classic, gothic, teaching materials, punctuation, action, amateur, zombie, England, British, vocabulary, murder, small town, war, UK ESL, CEFR, IELTS Level B2, USA EFL, TOEFL, ESOL
In a reworking of Mary Shelley's novel, Detective Carson O'Connor and her partner, Michael Maddison, continue to delve into the life of Victor Helios, while Victor's "New Race" begin to show they are not as perfect as Victor assumed.
At Mo'Lock's suggestion, Cal visits Jason Hemlock, a flashy, rich entertainer who claims to be the world's foremost authority on the supernatural. Cal thinks he's a fake, but Hemlock can help them. He's a surgeon who can fix the Frankenstein monster's eyes and possibly solve the exodus of the ghoul population. * Cal has to save the life of Frankenstein's monster! "If you like horror stories that don't just rely on gross-outs and shock value, pick up any of the Dark Horse horror comics. _Criminal Macabre_ is, I think, the most easily accessible and the most immediately rewarding of the pack."Comics Bulletin
Places Mary Shelley’s revolutionary novel in its political, philosophical and literary context. Frankenstein is one of the most popular novels from the Romantic period. This accessible study, written by a specialist in Romantic literature, examines Frankenstein within its literary and philosophical contexts. It looks closely at the range of genres from which the novel emerged, offering textual analysis of key passages from this and related texts. There is a summary of criticism on the novel, a discussion of the historical background, and a wide-ranging exploration of the literary sources. The study focuses on the moral questions that arise from the novel, investigating the range of questions that Shelley raises and offering an analysis of her answers.
Another heaping helping of fun for acrostics fans! Let the solving begin. Michael Ashley, a regular contributor to Games magazine and one of America’s best-known crosticians, has devised another 110 devious acrostics to delight puzzle-doers. They’re entertaining and challenging, mixing the fun of crosswords with a bit of code-breaking. Start by solving the clues, such as “Scottish philosopher of the 18th century (2 wds.).” The answer’s David Hume; write it on the numbered blanks. Then, transfer each letter to the grid, putting it in the correspondingly numbered square. The result, when you read the finished diagram from left to right: a thought-provoking quotation. To find out who wrote it and where it’s from, just look at the first letters of the answer words. The featured luminaries include Muhammad Ali, Erma Bombeck, Joyce Maynard, Jerry Seinfeld, and Mark Twain.