Fire on the Water: A Companion to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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  • Title: Fire on the Water: A Companion to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
  • Author: P.J. Parker
  • ISBN: 9781612131962
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Paperback

[PDF] Read ☆ Fire on the Water: A Companion to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein : by P.J. Parker, Fire on the Water: A Companion to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, P.J. Parker, Fire on the Water A Companion to Mary Shelley s Frankenstein Rachel a young American biographer researching the life of Mary Shelley in Montreux Switzerland is entangled and consumed by the escalating threads of her investigation Shards of Shelley s creation are exhumed from the past Precious memories are hacked and sutured to the unthinkable The unblemished flesh of the one she loves is strip [PDF] Read ☆ Fire on the Water: A Companion to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein : by P.J. Parker - Fire on the Water: A Companion to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Fire on the Water A Companion to Mary Shelley s Frankenstein Rachel a young American biographer researching the life of Mary Shelley in Montreux Switzerland is entangled and consumed by the escalating threads of her investigation Shards of Shelley s creation
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Fire on the Water: A Companion to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

About Author

  1. P.J Parker Australian American With a Bachelor of Science Architecture Degree from the University of New South Wales he has travelled and lived extensively around the world intrigued by cultures of historic interest and buildings of architectural significance An avid reader and researcher, P.J s writing is undertaken with a passionate and exacting degree of attention to detail Roxelana and Suleyman was P.J s debut novel and was quickly followed up by the internationally acclaimed Fire on the Water A Companion to Mary Shelley s Frankenstein In 2015 the publishing rights to Roxelana and Suleyman reverted to P.J offering the opportunity for the work to be revised and re published as the author had originally envisioned P.J currently lives and writes in the USA.

One thought on “Fire on the Water: A Companion to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

  1. I have probably read Frankenstein at least twenty times over my lifetime of reading, so when I saw this book, I had to read it When it comes to books that continue the story of a classic, there are two main things that I look for to help me decide if the book is worth recommending to others or not 1 Does the author have a clear and precise understanding of the original work 2 Are the events in the modern book plausible when held in contrast to the original work I can definitely say that P.J Park [...]


  2. Fire on the Water by PJ Parker appears to take on a monumental task when it attempts to weave the iconic story of Mary Shelley s Frankenstein with a modern tale of a young American biographer named Rachel This book is full of the potential to revitalize a classic tale but it could also have turned into a colossal disaster Fortunately for readers PJ Parker is enormously talented and Fire on the Water is a tremendous read Rachel is in Switzerland researching the life of Mary Shelley for a biograp [...]


  3. Can you take a classic piece of horror literature, write a new take on it and not appear cheesy or arrogant P.J Parker has done just that Fire on the Water is about a researcher who is studying the life of Mary Shelley and particularly the summer she spent in Switzerland writing Frankenstein The action switches back and forth between Mary in the past and Rachel in the present As Rachel delves into the life and correspondence of Mary, the details of that summer begin to emerge Mary husband, Percy [...]


  4. This is a book about Rachael who is researching Mary Shelley author of Frankenstein, in order to write Mary s autobiography Rachael was researching the time Mary spent in Montreux,Switzerland during the summer of 1816 Some very strange happenings began to go on during Marys time, but also paralleled the time Rachael was doing her research Rachael had Mary s trunk where she kept her letters and notes for the book During this time Rachael met Jack fell in love and then lost him in a motorcycle acc [...]


  5. I was fascinated by this premise and then I was drawn in from the first page the last I m not one to read horror stories and have never read Mary Shelley s Frankenstein So while I did know most of what to expect, this was still new to me.I loved how we see what might have inspired Mary to write her book as we walk with Rachel in the here and now The way the two story lines met, diverged, and met again kept me enthralled At one point I had no clue just who we were reading about was it Mary Or wer [...]


  6. Started this as a sample on Kindle I thought it was a critical analysis of Shelley s classic work I was surprised to find it was a novel, with epistolary elements which I like Just bought the book on Kindle and will continue to enjoy the read It parallels Mary Shelley in 1816 The Year without a s Summer to Rachael, in modern Europe, who is in the midst of detailed analysis of Mary s letters and history, for a bio of the writer and her times with the poets The name of the book will be Fire on the [...]


  7. Lock the doors and read a sample of the internationally acclaimed Fire on the Water A Companion to Mary Shelley s Frankenstein Frankenstein Shelley



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