Still, considering that "Future' is asserted and reminded, it would have been nice if it actually had some sort of future in it. I think I would have enjoyed it more if it had been edited a lot. It got tedious. I couldn't get engrossed in it, so it took a while to read. And, by the end, it was just depressing. I don't think I would have read it at all if I knew then what I know now. It's not poetry, but it's about what I might expect from a page poem too much.
It seems written from Mary Shelley's perspective as her being the main character as a man. She should have remained a woman-I think it would have worked better. Too hard to be succinct in this review. I'm suffering from my own complaints here. Best to just be done now.
A life for L.O.V.E.
This is not a review of Mary Shelley's book but rather this version of the book. Do yourself a favor a look for a different version. I think this was run off on a photocopier and then bound; the combination of font size, line spacing, and page size, this one is virtually unreadable. I made it through about ten pages before I was exhausted.
Mine is going in the recycle bin and then I'll look for a different edition of the book. And I'll be very careful when buying a "classic" on Amazon in the future. Mary Shelley, who, in my assumption, was truly a fascinating author. As deep depression set in he felt pure torment and could do nothing but try to comfort those around him as his dear friends, neighbors, and family departed, one by one, from what seemed to be a never-ending epidemic that swept through each countryside.
This skillfully written masterpiece of a seriously tragic and also an intensely passionate story regarding love found, then lost through devastation, which led to unspeakable sorrow and loneliness, held me as I read line after line, and page after page, savoring every word. As I followed Lionel through his existence, in each chapter he must take action against this foe that always seemed to have the upper hand in everything, and yet, each time, he knew he must move on because of the need to find others. Will he have to live in constant silence, or will there be someone out there waiting to be heard?
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Fleeing to Bristol, she changes her name to Mabel Brook and takes a position as a maid. But tragedy strikes once more after the sudden death of her mistress and she is cast back onto the streets. Penniless and alone Mabel suffers a brutal attack before being rescued by a psychic named Nora Nightingale.
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