Monster Born

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What happens when a man starts life as a corpse?

Two hundred years ago, Frank Victorsson awoke as a semi-dead, monstrous abomination reanimated by his hubris-ridden father Victor Frankenstein. But Frank refused to become the infernal hate his father spewed at the world. He walked away from his origins and into a small Minnesota town overflowing with magic.

Now, Dr. Frankenstein’s other sins want revenge. The Nordic elves of Frank’s new home call him family. The werewolves call him friend. And when the town’s vampires disappear and innocents die, Frank realizes the demon responsible might be the one force on Earth faster and stronger than him – and the one foe capable of pulling to the surface his long-suppressed rage.

Now, Frank must stop a rampaging evil bent on murdering the people he loves the most. But can he save his town without losing himself to the monster he once tamed? 

Join the man formally known as Frankenstein’s Monster and the magical people of Alfheim, Minnesota, in what fans are comparing to an urban fantasy blend of Penny Dreadful and Fargo spiced with magic worthy of Patricia Briggs and Neil Gaiman. Scroll up and one-click to immerse yourself in the deeply satisfying Northern Creatures universe today.

2 reviews for Monster Born

  1. Tammy Bulcao

    Good story!💜

    While I really liked the idea of this storyline, for me it was a bit much. I can appreciate the need to set up a series in the first book, but I prefer the information to gradually build. Maybe it’s just me but when there’s too much background info and story telling I can’t keep up and it makes it difficult to remember details. Aside from that, I really did like the story. I especially loved the relationship Frank has with his niece. Tons of magic and fantasy as well as some really great characters. The narration was fantastic!! Mike Carnes did an excellent job of bringing this story to life.
    This is book 1 with an HEA but the story is far from over. I recommend this book!

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  2. John Smith

    “Opened a person to a storm of Minnesota ice instead of the usual happy, Minnesota nice”
    I’m a little torn with this book; It’s filled with great wordflow and imagery but I found myself very confused for at least half the book and the conversations between the characters seems too “simple” in comparison to the background.
    I loved the narrators style, pacing and voice although the accents could be improved a little.
    This is my honest opinion on a free review copy.

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