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3.6  ·  Rating details ·  10 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Casting new light upon the oft-told story, YGOR is not so much a horror novel, as a character piece depicting the co-dependent relationship between the insane scientist and the famous deformed lab assistant. Told first-person by Ygor, this novel chronicles the four-year odyssey from the moment these two men first meet, to the fruition of their ultimate goal: to resurrect h ...more
Perfect Paperback, 324 pages
Published March 22nd 2009 by Defining Moments
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Todd Fonseca
Aug 02, 2009 rated it it was amazing
Seventeenth Century: Orphaned at a young age due to multiple physical deformities and a dim wit, Ygor found himself raised under the harsh hand and tutelage of the village Abbott. Learning to raise crops and forge and form metal, Ygor helps the villagers in many ways though they continue to shun him due to his appearance. After years of living on the town’s outskirts, the Abbott pays him a visit requesting he refurbish an ancient castle previously owned by the church and recently purchased by a ...more
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