I can tell you now, that this book is a modern day retelling of the story somehow. I'm not sure the plot or if the original monster from Frankenstein is the story. I haven't gotten very far, as I must admit, Koontz has not drawn me in with his language like he usually does. I don't feel the urgency that I usually feel to finish.
I'm not opposed to modern day retelling's of classic stories. I've written one or two myself. But I'm at chapter five and I haven't been hooked yet.
If' I'm not hooked by now, generally speaking, I won't ever be. Sadly, I'm considering breaking off from the novel, but my Aunt recommended it, so I'm reluctant to give up. I do love Koontz tales and that affection warrants a little loyalty.
But I will say, I'm not killing myself looking to find time to read it.
At least not yet.