Prodigal Son (Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein #1) Audio Book


by Dean Koontz and Kevin J. Anderson

This is not a retelling of the original novel. Instead it is a look at what comes after that first story. This is as laden with moral questions as the original novel. What are the responsibilities of the creator? Are we bound by where we come from? It looks at the meanings of life and the importance of things that we often take for granted. It looks at basic human emotions and our ability to choose. How important are these? Can we still be human without them? It approaches the ideas of what it is that makes us human. Excellent story with moving characters. Just make sure you have the second one on hand because this one leaves you in the lurch. It feels like they were suppose to be one novel rather then two. Perhaps, you should plan on having the third readily available too. I haven’t finished the second one yet, but I’ll let you know when I get to the end of it!

Read by Scott Brick

I love the way this guy reads. I’ve listened to a number of books narrated by him. He has energy in his voice without coming across melodramatic. He gives each character their own flavor without being hokey. He is one of my favorite narrators.


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I am Myself I am a Wife Blessed with love I am a Mother Endowed with divinity Through the power of creation I am a Daughter Brought into this world With unending hope And the promise of the future I am a Sister Made fierce and strong While forged with kindness Protector and protected Spiraling together forever I am a Nurse Holding out the hands of healing And offering the sick comfort And the dying love Knowing that through this All things are healed and made whole I am a Writer Creating myself and world Sharing the inner depths of humanity Bringing together the divine And the humble mortal I tell the story of the Goddess And am remembered forever

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