Frankenstein King of the Dead Book 2 : Transition of Terror
The second volume pick up the story where the firs one left off. Costarring a banished Faerie Princess, the last descendant of Dr. Henry Jekyll, and the extended family of a cultured and reformed Vlad Tepes, the first volume of this series lays the table for a tale of hope, horror, and heartbreak. In FRANKENSTEIN KING OF THE DEAD BOOK 1, an expedition to the continent of Antarctica started a chain reaction of chaos. The dead rose to devour the living while winged demons from the darkest of legends took to the skies. In the Pacific a forgotten land mass, long submerged, returned to the light of day causing tidal waves, earthquakes, and a volcanic eruption that wiped out a fifth of the world's population in an instant. From 1888 London with Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson, to his compound in the far north of Canada, Mr. Franklin Victor Castle, formerly known only as Dr. Frankenstein's Monster, launches into action. Continuing a mission begun more than a century earlier, Frank set the wheels in motion. He'd been preparing for this since before the Second World War and thought he was as prepared as he could be to face the darkness. He never counted on her entering his life. In the besieged city of Ann Arbor, Michigan, Frank's best friend and truest love is trapped by the living dead. With a world falling apart, friends and allies on their way to join him in the north, and a threat older than the human race knocking on the world's door, Frank heads off with only one goal... ...to save her.
- Paperback | 206 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 12.95mm | 367.41g
- 16 Jan 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations