Frankenstein Or the Modern Prometheus: Code Keepers - Hidden Journal

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015 - 284 pages
THE PERFECT HALLOWEEN GIFT!!!!

Hidden in plain sight! A secret journal disguised as a classic work of literature.

Keep all of your journal entries hidden, cleverly disguised so prying eyes will never find them. Works perfectly when placed on a bookshelf among other books. Continues to work even if you just leave it out on your desk. Prying eyes will never discover your secret stash of journal entries.

This book contains the entire text of "Frankenstein", the classic story by Mary Shelley. The story was written in 1818, and it remains an enjoyable classic to read today. In the middle of the book you will also find pages specifically designed to be used as a secret journal.

* 3 different journal page styles are alternated throughout the journal section, allowing you to make a variety of journal entries: lined pages, graph paper, and blank paper.

* Numbered journal pages let you reference your entries.

* A decorative boarder dresses up your journal pages.

See a preview of the book's journal pages here:
http://www.elysianpress.com/code-keepers-journal/

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At times, I was fearful to not be immersed in this haunting and deeply tragic novel. I was very much afraid I would turn a corner or flip on a light to see a demonic monster standing in my wake. In ... Read full review

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Frankenstein, I don't know what to begin this review with? Let's start with The Pace, This book is painfully slow paced,especially when the story is narrated by Frankenstein or Victor Frankenstein who ... Read full review

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About the author (2015)

Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley was born in England on August 30, 1797. Her parents were two celebrated liberal thinkers, William Godwin, a social philosopher, and Mary Wollstonecraft, a women's rights advocate. Eleven days after Mary's birth, her mother died of puerperal fever. Four motherless years later, Godwin married Mary Jane Clairmont, bringing her and her two children into the same household with Mary and her half-sister, Fanny. Mary's idolization of her father, his detached and rational treatment of their bond, and her step-mother's preference for her own children created a tense and awkward home. Mary's education and free-thinking were encouraged, so it should not surprise us today that at the age of sixteen she ran off with the brilliant, nineteen-year old and unhappily married Percy Bysshe Shelley. Shelley became her ideal, but their life together was a difficult one. Traumas plagued them: Shelley's wife and Mary's half-sister both committed suicide; Mary and Shelley wed shortly after he was widowed but social disapproval forced them from England; three of their children died in infancy or childhood; and while Shelley was an aristocrat and a genius, he was also moody and had little money. Mary conceived of her magnum opus, Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus, when she was only nineteen when Lord Byron suggested they tell ghost stories at a house party. The resulting book took over two years to write and can be seen as the brilliant creation of a powerful but tormented mind. The story of Frankenstein has endured nearly two centuries and countless variations because of its timeless exploration of the tension between our quest for knowledge and our thirst for good. Shelley drowned when Mary was only 24, leaving her with an infant and debts. She died from a brain tumor on February 1, 1851 at the age of 54.

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