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Writing Frankenstein for a teenage audience It was a dull night in November, I had completed my work. I accumulated all the equipment that

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Writing Frankenstein for a teenage audience It was a dull night in November, I had completed my work. I accumulated all the equipment that I would use to breathe life into the lifeless monster on the ground; I was so nervous that I was nearly in pain. By one in the morning, the rain fell gloomily on the windows. ...read more.

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His body had a nice figure and I tried to make him look good, but he came out extremely butters. Oh my days! He was uglier than the devil himself. Through his yellow skin, I could see the muscles and veins. Can you imagine, his hair was pure black and his teeth were white like WOH! ...read more.

Conclusion

Man, this thing that I have created was so butters, I would go blind if I looked at it. I quickly went out of the lab and for ages I was walking up and down my bedroom, trying to cool down, you get me. I did fall asleep, but it was proper edgy, full of bare nightmares. ?? ?? ?? ?? By Vivian Amobi ...read more.

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