So you wanna be Frakenstein’s Monster for Halloween?

Well, if you didn’t already¬†know, Halloween is approaching quickly! After posting yesterday’s Frankenstein book review, I thought it would be fun to share some interesting takes on Frankestein’s monster¬†costumes for Halloween, or whenever you’d like to wear them because costumes are awesome and we should rock them all year like toddlers.

Here are my favorites (and I mean favorites in the toddler way of “This is interesting”):

Bride of Frankenstein or just odd sexy Frankenstein’s monster?
You decide, either way, I’ve decided that it’s weird.

“Heavy” metal Frankenstein’s monster is a little more my pace.
I do find the face to be what I imagine the monster to look like from the book.

I find this female Rockabilly version of Frankenstein’s monster oddly endearing.

Book Review: Frankenstein

By Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley

Just in time for Halloween I read Mary Shelley’s landmark Frankenstein for an online book club.

I really enjoyed this book, but at shy of 200 pages, it still took me a long time to read. I believe my main problem was getting in the right frame of mind to absorb the language of the early 1800s.

I was very curious about the plot of this book. After all, I have seen Young Frankenstein! The story of how Victor Frankenstein created his monster and his eventual undoing was interesting.

This was a great Halloween read. It’s not scary, but very intriguing. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a good, thrilling classic.