Tuesday, March 16, 2010

A-Z Wednesday: "F"

A-Z Wednesday is hosted by Vicki at Reading At The Beach. To join in, just visit her blog for the guidelines and leave your link in a comment.

This week's letter is "F." So I went to my shelves, and this is what I pulled out.

Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus
Written by Mary Shelley
First published 1818

Description from Good Reads:
The epic battle between man and monster reaches its greatest pitch in the famous story of Frankenstein. In trying to create life, the young student Victor Frankenstein unleashes forces beyond his control, setting into motion a long and tragic chain of events that brings Victor himself to the very brink. How he tries to destroy his creation, as it destroys everything Victor loves, is a powerful story of love, friendship …and horror.
See the Wikipedia article about the book here.

See the Frankenstein page at Google Books here.

And a selection of some of the hundreds of covers the book has had over the years:

(Click on image to enlarge.)


  1. My goodness I don't think I've ever seen a book with so many different covers.
    My `F` is up

  2. Its been year since I've read this. Loved seeing all the different covers.

  3. Wow, that sounds intriguing...and all those covers!

    Here's mine:


  4. Hi!
    I have seen every movie made of Frankenstein, but sorry to say have not read the book. Have a great day!

    Just Books

  5. I almost posted a review of Frankenstein for this but changed my mind!

    Here is my A-Z Wednesday: F post!

  6. I love Frankenstein!


  7. You chose an awesome classic!! Great book! Thanks for sharing those book covers!

  8. Such a classic story and so many different covers, I don't think I've actually read the book, Thanks for posting.


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