Theo Frankenstein's father refused to give him a name. So Theo made one out of his accidental biographer's most famous work. Audrey Sefton had no clue that his new posting as a detective in special services would mean policing monsters. And he's not sure that he likes keeping it classified. Westhoeven is a small Midwestern city, and a reservation where the U.S. government has secretly located all manner of supernatural entities. Today, something has started killing wizards, threatening to ignite a war between wizards and monsters. Today, Theo must break in his new mortal partner, find out what his monstrous girlfriend is hiding from him, and solve the mystery for his backers in The Agency. Or Westhoeven may get stomped flat.
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Frankenstein Vs. The Titans based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I was hooked from the first few pages. The main character, Theo Frankenstein, is both mysterious and sympathetic, his partner Audrey Sefton seems like someone any of us would want to hang out with and the world constructed for the novel is richly detailed and fascinating. This reminded me of the best tradition of a classic crime thriller (even though it’s so much more than that). The very first scene makes you not want to wait to find out what happens next. I started taking lunches at work so I could read more. Not sure if I can call an E-Book a “page turner” but it really was. In summary, I loved this book. I mean LOVED. The characters are fascinating and the plot is really well put together and doesn’t stop rolling until the very end. I’m eagerly awaiting the sequel. I might read it again before then. Just so much fun!!!