Pop-Up Frankenstein

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Publisher: Walker Books

Frankenstein tells the story of a privileged and self-absorbed young man whose arrogant obsession leads him to create a monstrous version of a human being.

Frankenstein abandons the physically grotesque creature he has created, leaving it to be reviled and rejected by mankind. As a consequence, its gentle nature is twisted and distorted until it becomes a veritable monster, wreaking havoc and bringing death and destruction in its wake.

This remarkable new version blends the finest contemporary illustration, dramatic storytelling and superb paper engineering. A combination of comic strip detail and stunning pop-ups on every spread bring each moment of the story to life, from the monster's creation to his dramatic demise.

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