[Reading] ➸ Frankissstein: A Love Story By Jeanette Winterson – Shiningweb.info

Frankissstein: A Love Story From One Of The Most Gifted Writers Working Today New York Times Comes An Audacious New Novel About The Bodies We Live In And The Bodies We Desire In Brexit Britain, A Young Transgender Doctor Called Ry Is Falling In Love Against Their Better Judgement With Victor Stein, A Celebrated Professor Leading The Public Debate Around AI.Meanwhile, Ron Lord, Just Divorced And Living With Mum Again, Is Set To Make His Fortune Launching A New Generation Of Sex Dolls For Lonely Men Everywhere.Across The Atlantic, In Phoenix, Arizona, A Cryogenics Facility Houses Dozens Of Bodies Of Men And Women Who Are Medically And Legally Dead But Waiting To Return To Life.But The Scene Is Set In 1816, When Nineteen Year Old Mary Shelley Writes A Story About Creating A Non Biological Life FormBeware, For I Am Fearless And Therefore Powerful What Will Happen When Homo Sapiens Is No Longer The Smartest Being On The Planet Jeanette Winterson Shows Us How Much Closer We Are To That Future Than We Realise Funny And Furious, Bold And Clear Sighted, Frankissstein Is A Love Story About Life Itself.

About the Author: Jeanette Winterson

Novelist Jeanette Winterson was born in Manchester, England in 1959 She was adopted and brought up in Accrington, Lancashire, in the north of England Her strict Pentecostal Evangelist upbringing provides the background to her acclaimed first novel, Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit, published in 1985 She graduated from St Catherine s College, Oxford, and moved to London where she worked as an assi

10 thoughts on “Frankissstein: A Love Story

  1. says:

    A breathtakingly brilliant re interpretation of Mary Shelley s Frankenstein for our modern age of troubled political turbulence, so incredibly funny, smart, philosophical and satirical, weaving threads from the past, present and the impact of AI developments in the future Jeanette Winterson has pulled off a scintillating and incisive retelling of the classic novel that posits that hom

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    Have you ever read a book where you have to keep re reading paragraphs or even entire pages not because your mind drifted and you don t know what you just read, but because you do know what you read and it delighted you so much I haven t come across many writers who do that for me Jeanette Winterson is an exception and Frankissstein is one of those books Reading this book gave my

  3. says:

    What an unexpected mid winter highlight After casting aside all my should be reading books I decided to bust my way out of a reading slump by picking up this new book by Jeanette Winterson an author I have never read This was a particularly risky undertaking given my recent tussle with another author who also decided to play with robots I am not saying that book spectacularly failed but it wasn t great

  4. says:

    I wasn t sure what to expect from this title as I have never read the classic Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, however it made little difference to the fun I had in reading this retelling of sorts.Mostly it s about Mary Shelley and her sad back story of children lost to disease in her short relationship with her husband Percy, and also about the writing of the story of her monster Frankenstein and then it f

  5. says:

    This novel is Winterson s monster Pieced together from the history of Mary Shelley writing the classic Frankenstein, the plot of aforementioned classic and a new storyline focusing on artificial intelligence, Winterson has unevenly sewn together different components and brought them to life well, at least partly The author is a God like figure in her own narrative universe, so you could argue that Winterson is also a mo

  6. says:

    4.5 Highly entertaining.

  7. says:

    I am what I am But what I am is not one thin, not one gender I live with doubleness What is your substance, whereof you are made,That millions of strange shadows on you tend The book takes place in two timelines The first starts in 1816 and in the rainy mid year months in Geneva a bored group of Lord Byron, Mary Shelley, her then lover and future husband Percy Shelley, Mary s stepsister Claire Clairmont Byron s lover and Byron

  8. says:

    I m ashamed to admit I ve only read one Jeanette Winterson book Lighthousekeeping But it was wonderful, so I m excited to try this one out, looks like loads of interesting topics.

  9. says:

    As soon as I heard about this book I knew I would love it, and I can now safely say that that was an understatement Frankenstein is my favourite novel of all time and Mary Shelley is one of my personal heroes, so to have an author as talented as Jeanette Winterson take on a homage retelling whatever you want to call it of both the novel and Shelley s own life was truly a dream come true This novel is half a fictionalised but seemingly accurate, once you v

  10. says:

    What fun This book is really about the future of the human soul, but it is so much fun that it is never weighed down by the deep philosophical questions that it raises.

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