You know the story of Frankenstein, now meet the new Frankenstein – a young woman from the 21st century. Now, get ready to cruise through the galaxy on an adventure that will leave you spinning in the stars.

 

Stars: 5/5

Publish Date: Available now

Frankenstein Rundown on Goodreads:

Frankie is a 21st-century computer programmer, turned ufologist when she is approached by the members of the LSS Slicer crew. The starship being commanded by Captain Caldwell. She becomes their most significant asset in the temporal war. Their enemies were ready to die for a specter of her DNA. The Dome and Rakes in the Scorpius Quadrant forged a betrothal with the Orion Quadrant’s defense, the Alliance. Nowhere is safe anymore. Within Frankie’s DNA, is the infinite knowledge of the Greys. It hides within it how to revive their technology and share their knowledge. Frankie had to remain safe. Like her life, if compromised, could easily mean the end of the Milky Way. Life as she knew, completely shredded. Caldwell promised to keep Earth’s history safe by using Frankie’s knowledge of her home, untainted by the Dome’s time traveling. Caldwell would use Frankie to re-establish her timeline and all others until the Dome’s complete alienation. Not everyone believed Caldwell deserved trust. The mission: save time and space from the 26th century at all costs.

 

My Thoughts on Frankenstein:

So I am going to preface this with I LOVE SCIENCE FICTION. There is something about a science fiction novel that really gets the imagination going. Alexa Wayne did a fabulous job with this book, as Frankenstein is a character that is relatable, and the way the book is written, it draws you in from the start.

Now, if you are averse to language or strong scenes, (or have a really weak stomach) then you might want to bypass this book, but you are going to be missing a good read. The science fiction in the book is spot on, leaving even the hardcore science fiction fan completely happy.

Finally, grab this book for an out of this world experience!

 

 

 

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2 Thoughts to “Frankenstein ~A Book Review~”

  1. Alexa Wayne

    Thank you so much for this review! Frankenstein is one of my greatest accomplishments!

    1. Rebecca Hill

      It’s a great book! Thank you for letting me be a part of the story!

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