"A Twist to Mary Shelly's Classic"
Dr. Victor Frankenstein (aka Victor Helios) is living in
present day New Orleans. His techniques in creating have
been fine-tuned. He no longer needs parts from dead bodies
to make his creations. He grows them in his Bio-Tech Lab.
Victor's dream is for a utopian society where he is the god
and his New Race is made up of alphas, betas and gammas,
etc. As is convenient or necessary, he replaces the (Old
Race) with one of his creations.
Frankenstein's monster (aka Deucalion) is also alive and
living in Tibet. In two hundred years, Deucalion found his
humanity. When he finds out Victor is still alive, he
travels to New Orleans to fulfill what he believes is his
destiny to finish what he started centuries ago.
Deucalion crosses paths with two homicide detectives,
Carson and Michael, on the trail of one of the New Race who
has become a serial killer.
The novel is set up with an array of narrative POV's. From
Victor's Creations: cloned priest, his custom made wife and
the POV of the two New Orleans' homicide detectives. This
is a fast read leaving the reader anxious for more. There
are three books to this series. You'll need to read all
three to find out the conclusion to this new twist on Mary
Reviewed by: Karen
Michelle Nutt, author
Reviewed by Karen Michelle Nutt
Posted November 22, 2007