Spaceman Spiff said:
The Bride of Frankenstein one kind of annoys me, just by being so short after over a year of delays. It's probably next on my reading list (I'm still savoring A Winter Haunting; Dan Simmons may be a new favorite), so we'll see how it goes.
Well, I won't spoil anything. I want to see what you think.
And, actually, I'm not sure if it is shorter than the others; but the typeface is tiny
. My poor aging eyes.
I had to check and have a laugh at the two "Chapter 3"s. I think authors and editors are relying a bit too heavily on spell check these days.
relying on it, as the case may be. Flip through Marv Wolfman's novelization of Crisis On Infinite Earths
sometime. There has to be a typo, sometimes multiple typos, on every page. Not to mention chapter "Froty Three."
As I said earlier in the thread, the Wolf Man one is a bit dull; not much happens in it. I'd only recommend it if you're a pretty die-hard Wolf Man fan. I couldn't not read it, but I won't be re-reading it at any point.
It's true (although, I think at the end too much
), but I enjoyed it; The Wolf Man
is my favorite of the old Universals. And I think the writer really did a good job of capturing Larry Talbot's character.