2 Works in The Time Traveller (The Time Machine)
Fandoms: Frankenstein - Mary Shelley, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - Robert Louis Stevenson, The Picture of Dorian Gray - Oscar Wilde, Dracula - Bram Stoker, The Invisible Man - H. G. Wells, The Island of Dr. Moreau - H. G. Wells, The Time Machine - H. G. Wells, Oliver Twist - Charles Dickens, Assorted 19th Century Literature
15 Oct 2018
After a series of events, Frankenstein's Creature - having now adopted the name Adam de Lacey - finds himself in London, far away from the frozen wastes of the Arctic where his creator met his demise, or the wilds of Switzerland, where he aims to leave behind a rather impressive collection of bad memories.
However, his arrival in the city doesn't pass unnoticed; being approached by a rather curious group, all of whom seem to be harbouring several secrets of their own, Adam is forced to choose between his desire to survive in a world he doesn't know and that to finally connect with people who seem to trust him, and, after a shocking betrayal, to decide just how much of humanity he is willing to trust.
When collecting antiques is the most exciting thing in your life, it doesn't take a lot of convincing to go on a journey through time with a strange man you just met.