The first work of science fiction, this story challenges readers to remove the abstractions of fantasy to seriously consider the meaning of the ideas put forth. What responsibility does a creator have to its sentient creations? How can a being exiled from society, based solely upon what they look like, ever be kind? Set some time aside to explore these and other questions for yourself in this cultural touchstone: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.
Classic Worth Reading
Pretty good classic. Though the language can be a bit confusing to some readers. It is possible to let past it and still enjoy the story. It does drag a bit in the middle when (spoiler alert) the monster sits down with Frankenstein and discusses the family in the cabin he stalked. That part dragged on a bit more than needed. That aside though, this was such a fun book to read.
This is science fiction,
It does not belong in the free nonfiction genre