Son of Terror by William A Chanler Book Review

Is this where my life ends or I achieve salvation?

Should I hop on another train away from here?

Victor Frankenstein was repulsed by the demonic-looking face, deathly pallor and 8-footy-tall body of the Creature.

It was kill or be killed, wasn’t it? They have no right to be so rude to me.

Chandler really pulled in everything for the readers in the Horror, SUspense novel with Adventure and even Romance.  Is he a Monster or is he Human you will have to read to find out, but I can tell you the book draws you in, at times your hoping he finds love on his journey.

The tale weaves thru different centuries of the monsters immortal life. During your read.  In Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, many were left wondering what could have happened, Chanler picks up right were Shelley left off.

Loose tongues and faint hearts is a poor combination.

You will find yourself traveling with the monster, connecting with him. The book is suspenseful, with gripping characters. I really enjoyed this read and I look forward to more from William A Chandler

AUTHOR William A Chanler

The author’s horror-romance and debut novel, “Son of Terror: Frankenstein Continued,” is the ongoing story of Victor Frankenstein’s immortal monster, focusing on his fascination with 21-year-old Mary Godwin (Mary Shelley’s maiden name), an investigative journalist summering on an island in Maine. The story weaves through more than two centuries of the monster’s life.

In August 2019, ACX/Audible released the audiobook, narrated by Chanler. Chanler is thrilled about bestselling author Douglas Preston’s rave review on Audible.com.

Chanler recently completed a psychological thriller set in modern day New York City. He is currently editing the biography of a 15th century princess.

The story weaves through more than two centuries of time, beginning in the 1790s Arctic shortly after Victor’s death.

SON OF TERROR: Frankenstein Continued, a direct sequel to Frankenstein, is the ongoing story of Victor Frankenstein’s immortal Creature, focusing on his fascination with 21-year-old Mary Godwin (Mary Shelley’s maiden name), an investigative journalist summering on an Island in Maine.  Tired of being feared and hated for more than two hundred years, what will he do to make life more bearable?