A Novel of Frankenstein
Overlook Press, Paperback, 9781468308211, 222pp.
Publication Date: December 18, 2013
The supernatural, unmissable new novel by the ALA Best Horror award nominee. In nineteenth-century Germany, one young man counts down the days until he can marry his beloved . . . until she is found brutally murdered, and the young man is accused of the crime. Broken on the wheel and left for dead, he awakens on a lab table, transformed into an abomination. Friedrich must go far to take his revenge --only to find his tormentor, Victor Frankenstein, in league with the Marquis de Sade, creating something much more sinister deep in the mountains. Paranormal and gripping in the tradition of the best work of Stephen King and Justin Cronin, "Monster" is a gruesome parable of control and vengeance, and an ingenious tribute to one of literature's greatest.
About the Author
Dave Zeltserman was born in Boston and educated at the University of Colorado. A former software engineer, he is the author of nine horror and crime novels including The Caretaker of Lorne Field and a Killer's Essence, also published by Overlook. He and his wife live in the Boston area. Visit davezeltserman.com.