[epub] Mary's Monster: Love, Madness and How Mary Shelley Created FrankensteinAuthor Lita Judge – Z55z.co

Le illustrazioni sono bellissime, idem per la storia, vien voglia di leggerla tutta subito Ben impacchettato nessun problema con la spedizione, consiglio Here s one of those books I think I will find myself turning to again and again I read it in one fast gulp The amazing combination of Lita s art interspersed with text is thoroughly entrancing It draws you painfully close to Mary Shelle and her monsters, real and fictional My heart ached for her, but I was equally moved by her resilience I can t say enough about the art It floored me Highly recommended. WOW This was a great read It was at once dark and sad, yet hopeful and uplifting Poor Mary She had so much tragedy in her life, yet she held on to her love for Percy Bysshe Shelley and her children Lita Judge captures young Mary and paints her with words so the reader feels the angst of her early years, her journeys with Shelley and Claire, the the ultimate success of writing a novel that had to be published with the author s name listed as Anonymous, because it was thought no one would read a novel such as this if it was discovered a female had penned it Fabulous job, Ms Judge. What a fabulous and unique idea, what an amazing read Beautifully illustrated and so emotionally charged, this gorgeous hardcover graphic novel honestly tells the concise and heartbreaking biography of the life of Mary Shelley, author of Frankenstein, The Last Man and a few other works, and breaks all the barriers of the typical graphic experience with poetry, struggle and raw emotions We see what truly were Mary s Monsters and what circumstances created her own unique personality, lifestyle, as well as all the heartbreaking events in her life It is one of those books that just makes you want , and I hope this author will consider doing othersperhaps Emily Dickinson, George Eliot, Louisa May Alcott, the Brontes Gracious, I would buy them all in a heartbeat I just finished a bio on Mary Shelley and a reread of Frankenstein This was the perfect read to finish out a trio of honoring Mary Shelley Discovered it by s recommendation list So glad I indulged This is a good and interesting book The reader learns what Mary s life was like pretty dreadful , and the influences on her that could have led her to create Frankenstein The graphic images made it something that my daughter a teen with dyslexia enjoyed also. I really loved this book Great writing and the illustrations went so well with the narrative When the author said Lord Byron was bored, the illustration definitely showed Lord Byron bored This was a great intro to Mary Shelley s sad life Be sure to check out the author s picture book, Flight School So cute The dark, captivating story of one remarkable young woman And her monster.Creative genius Inventor of science fiction Pregnant teenage runaway Who was the real Mary ShelleyMary s Monster is the compelling and beautifully illustrated story of Frankenstein s author Mary Shelley the original rebel girl and an inspiration for everyone from teenage readers to adult Aged 16 and pregnant, Mary runs away to Switzerland with the married poet Percy Bysshe Shelley Few people would have guessed that that fateful act would lead to a gothic novel still celebrated 200 years later But cast out by her family and isolated by society, Mary Shelley created Frankenstein and his monster, forged in the fire of her troubled and tragic life Part biography and part graphic novel, Mary s Monster is an engrossing take on one remarkable young woman and her monster.