- The Picture of Dorian Gray - Oscar Wilde (1)
- The Island of Dr. Moreau - H. G. Wells (1)
- Frankenstein - Mary Shelley (1)
- Dracula - Bram Stoker (1)
- The Time Machine - H. G. Wells (1)
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.
It has been fifteen years since Edward Hyde and Henry Jekyll last spoke, and life has taken them each on a journey further and further away from each other, and their friends. But fate can always look up.
Henry Jekyll is struggling to keep his Society For Arcane Sciences afloat, the responsibility is more than he imagined it would be and is harder to manage than he ever could have dreamed. Stress and pain are not helping his cautious case, and he finds himself unable to handle it alone.
Edward Hyde, still addicted to drugs and one who could be considered a stain on any gentleman's reputation to hire, is struggling to find a job he can keep. Most people do not like drug addicts who pick fights, but some people are desperate enough not to be picky on who they hire.
Funny how fate pulls even the most divided people back together...
- Part 2 of Bonded From Birth
Bookmarked by PipWithNoGreatExpectations
29 Jul 2018