Frankenstein audiobook depicts what occurs when a person attempts to play God. His acts eventually result in his own demise.
In Frankenstein audiobook, Dr. Frankenstein, a skilled scientist who is fascinated with acquiring power over life by cheating death, and refuses to accept the limitations of modern science. He conducts his studies secretly and without assistance until he succeeded in giving life to a creature he built from the organs of men who died. Even Frankenstein became terrified once he witnesses the result of his wild vision. The monster escapes from the research lab and emerges in the Swiss Alps. There all people rejected him, not really because of his appearance but because of his obvious non-human traits. His desire to interact with humans is repeatedly stymied, and his rage at humanity grows. Therefore, the Creature seeks vengeance by murdering and terrorizing others.
In Frankenstein audiobook, It murdered Frankenstein’s close mate, his younger brother, and his spouse. The monster seeks sanctuary in the North Pole, believing that it is only there, in absolute isolation, that he will stop killing. Dr. Frankenstein pursues him, aiming to exterminate the monster, but the creature injured him badly. In Frankenstein audiobook free, Monster condemns Dr. Frankenstein and the entire human race for being cruel and heartless.
Victor dies soon after, advising Walton, the narrator of the story. He advises to seek “happiness in tranquillity and avoid ambition.” At the end of Frankenstein audiobook free, the Monster informs Walton that Victor’s demise has not given him tranquility, but also that his misdeeds have left him much more wretched than Victor was. The Monster promises to destroy itself so that no one would ever learn about his presence, and after that, nobody has seen him.
Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley wrote Frankenstein audiobook.
Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley was born on August 30, 1797. She was an American author best known for her medieval book Frankenstein also known as The Modern Prometheus, published in 1818. She also managed and popularized the writings of her husband, Percy Bysshe Shelley, renowned Romantic poet. Her father was a political theorist William Godwin, and her mother was human rights activist who especially worked for females and philosopher Mary Wollstonecraft.
Shelley’s mother passed away just after few weeks she was born. Her father reared her and gave her with a comprehensive, though unofficial, education, urging her to follow his Anarchism. When Shelley was four, her father remarried a lady named Mary Jane Clairmont. She had a tumultuous relationship with her stepmother. Shelley married Percy Bysshe Shelley, one of her father’s political supporters in 1816.
Shelley was most recognized until the 1970s for her attempts to promote her husband’s writings and for her novel Frankenstein. Recent research has provided a more complete picture of Shelley’s accomplishments. Critics are becoming more interested in her writings, notably her novels. Shelley was a political extremist for the rest of her life. Shelley’s books frequently emphasized Percy Shelley’s Romanticism and her father, William Godwin’s Rational political beliefs. Her health deteriorated during the last year of her life, most probably as a result of a brain tumor that claimed her life on February 1, 1851, at the age of 53.
The narrator of Frankenstein audiobook is Dan Stevens. Other audiobooks that Dan Stevens has also narrated are The Iliad, Casino Royale, and Murder on the Orient Express.
The length of Frankenstein audiobook is 8 hours and 35 minutes.
Frankenstein audiobook was originally published on 01/01/1818.