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Prodigal Son (Dean Koontz's Frankenstein, #1) Prodigal Son by Dean Koontz
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“The concept of a weary severed hand, exhausted from relentless creeping, made no sense.”
Dean Koontz, Prodigal Son
“When Mary Shelley took a local legend based on truth and crafted fiction from it, she'd made Victor a tragic figure and killed him off. He understood her dramatic purpose for giving him a death scene, but he loathed her for portraying him as tragic and a failure.
Her judgement of his work was arrogant. What else of consequence did she ever write? And of the two, who was dead - and who was not?”
Dean Koontz, Prodigal Son
“People who were perfectly sane on Tuesday sometimes go nuts on Wednesday.”
Dean Koontz, Prodigal Son
“For the power of man to make himself what he pleases means, as we have seen, the power of some men to make other men what they please. —C. S. LEWIS, The Abolition of Man BY DEAN KOONTZ 77 Shadow Street • What the Night Knows • Breathless Relentless • Your Heart Belongs to Me The Darkest Evening of the Year • The Good Guy The Husband • Velocity • Life Expectancy The Taking • The Face • By the Light of the Moon One Door Away From Heaven • From the Corner of His Eye False Memory • Seize the Night • Fear Nothing”
Dean Koontz, Frankenstein: Prodigal Son: A Novel
“When new hopes fail, old hopes return in the endless cycle of desperation.”
Dean Koontz, Frankenstein: Prodigal Son: A Novel
“You’ve always been stone solid until now, like Joe Friday with no Y chromosome. Now you’re Nancy Drew on a sugar rush.”
Dean Koontz, Frankenstein: Prodigal Son: A Novel

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