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“Frankenstein revisited successfully”


written by ChrisWhitworth26 on 30/03/2021

A really good read. The first Melanie Jackson we found, and immediately led us to try to get the rest (without using the evil Amazon). I read Dracula, Frankenstein and HP Lovecraft at school (well over half a century ago). This book updates the stories really well. Good characterisation, very believable (and yes, I am a scientist who worked on biological research). A few points in the science are a bit iffy, but they do not detract from the story. One point about this site "preloved" is so naff!!!!!

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“Divine Fire ”


written by Harriet Klausner on 31/12/2004

Divine Fire
Melanie Jackson
Love Spell, Feb 2005, $6.99
ISBN: 0505526107

Book critic Damien Ruthven is shocked at how accurate the eighteen-hundred page manuscript written by author Brice Ashton is. However, he also feels that two points in the biography need correcting as she is slightly in error on his affair with Lady Caroline Lamb and on a poem he wrote to her. Out of character and shocking his assistant Karen Anderson, he invites author Brice Ashton to America to discuss her first of three overpriced tomes on the life of Lord Byron. Excited, Brice accepts the invitation, believing that her host has access to documents she has not seen.

The bad news is that Damien has no documents. The good news is that he knew Byron intimately because in 1816, Dr. Johann Dippel "cured" the aristocratic poet of epilepsy; Damien was Byron back in the early nineteenth century. As the critic and the writer feel a growing attraction to one another, his invitation inadvertently also brings danger to his guest as killers want Byron dead with collateral damage acceptable.

DIVINE FIRE is a fantastic, suspenseful, romantic fantasy starring two wonderful protagonists even if a book reviewer and an author make strange bedfellows. Especially interesting is Damien's look back to his past that comes alive in such a manner that the audience will believe that Dr. Dippel cured his patient. This in turn leads readers to expect Melanie Jackson to provide sequels starring other patients of Dr. Dippel.

Harriet Klausner

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Written on: 30/03/2021

Excellent review. The book is wonderful

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