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ONLY ONE WOMAN CAN SAVE ALL TIME AND SPACE! Let's go to the 26th Century! In the year 2510 a 21st Century woman named Frankie becomes the biggest asset on the starship LSS Slicer. In her DNA is the secret to the Greys' most powerful technology to restore time. Ultimately, she is the target of the most Dangerous evil force out there. Her Mission: Stay alive and FIGHT! ONLY ONE WOMAN CAN SAVE ALL TIME AND SPACE! Let's go to the 26th Century! In the year 2510 a 21st Century woman named Frankie becomes the biggest asset on the starship LSS Slicer. In her DNA is the secret to the Greys' most powerful technology to restore time. Ultimately, she is the target of the most Dangerous evil force out there. Her Mission: Stay alive and FIGHT!


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ONLY ONE WOMAN CAN SAVE ALL TIME AND SPACE! Let's go to the 26th Century! In the year 2510 a 21st Century woman named Frankie becomes the biggest asset on the starship LSS Slicer. In her DNA is the secret to the Greys' most powerful technology to restore time. Ultimately, she is the target of the most Dangerous evil force out there. Her Mission: Stay alive and FIGHT! ONLY ONE WOMAN CAN SAVE ALL TIME AND SPACE! Let's go to the 26th Century! In the year 2510 a 21st Century woman named Frankie becomes the biggest asset on the starship LSS Slicer. In her DNA is the secret to the Greys' most powerful technology to restore time. Ultimately, she is the target of the most Dangerous evil force out there. Her Mission: Stay alive and FIGHT!

38 review for Frankenstein (Frankenstein, #1)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kat Valentine

    If you follow my reviews you know that I love paranormal romance and lusty sexy reads. I'm not much of a sci-fi or alien reader i can name on one hand how many I've read and enjoyed,but when I saw A.D. Wayne had a new sci-fi book out I was curious. I've read her vlad the impaler book Mrs. Blackwood and a couple of her other reads and loved them,so I decided to gave this a try.... Outstanding book!!! The heroine Frankie is a strong character who battles major aniexy,ptsd and phobias, to some she If you follow my reviews you know that I love paranormal romance and lusty sexy reads. I'm not much of a sci-fi or alien reader i can name on one hand how many I've read and enjoyed,but when I saw A.D. Wayne had a new sci-fi book out I was curious. I've read her vlad the impaler book Mrs. Blackwood and a couple of her other reads and loved them,so I decided to gave this a try.... Outstanding book!!! The heroine Frankie is a strong character who battles major aniexy,ptsd and phobias, to some she may seem flawed but this is what makes this kick ass chic is so unique!!! She has the heart of a true warrior !!! And theirs nothing I love more then a strong woman!! A.D. Wayne's writing flows from page to page. You can always tell a writer that has done research for her book it shows. Their are many awesome and complexed back up characters with some unforgettable villians like the Rakes a species that loves eating humans( and not in a good way) while their still alive their a delicacy to them!! Also the mysterious and sexy Captain Jason Namito Caldwell, I'm with frankie, I wanted him too. But don't be fooled, the star of the book is frankie I friggin adore her!! I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves sci-fi and kick ass heriones!! Aliens just got a whole more interesting! Until next time luv's💗💋

  2. 4 out of 5

    J.C. Seal

    Woah, did I miss something? Is there a prequel to this book? Starting FRANKENSTEIN by A.D. Wayne, those were my first thoughts, but they were wrong. I have to admit, it made me struggle with the storyline at first. It felt like getting thrown into a pool of cold water, with no way of knowing which direction to swim to reach the surface. This book just skips the foreplay and dumps you right into the action - and it never stops until you turn the last page. The beginning reminded me of an action-pack Woah, did I miss something? Is there a prequel to this book? Starting FRANKENSTEIN by A.D. Wayne, those were my first thoughts, but they were wrong. I have to admit, it made me struggle with the storyline at first. It felt like getting thrown into a pool of cold water, with no way of knowing which direction to swim to reach the surface. This book just skips the foreplay and dumps you right into the action - and it never stops until you turn the last page. The beginning reminded me of an action-packed teaser in a movie, meant to grip the audience before the opening titles. It worked. I was hooked! In the next chapter, you learn a bit more about the protagonist. A human woman from the 21th century who calls herself Frank N. Stein. She belongs to the crew of the "Slicer", a spaceship able to traverse time and space, with a crew of humans and aliens from various timelines. In the year 2510, the crew of "Slicer" struggles to restore a drastically altered timeline, and Frank N. Stein, or Frankie, is the key to success. Or at least, that's what everyone hopes, because the needed special gene she carries is dormant. The twists and turns that follow take you on a rollercoaster ride into a world of intrigue and deception. --> Is "Slicer's" mysterious Captain Caldwell really who he pretends to be? --> Of The Alliance, The Dome, The Rake, who is the real enemy, and who is a friend? --> Even the ship itself is not what it appears to be. Will Frankie manage to figure all those things out in time to save the ship, the crew and the Captain from certain death, while struggling with her own transformation as the gene slowly begins to awaken? A gripping tale that will keep you glued to the pages until the very end, with a cliffhanger that makes you scream and shout - and buy the next book...

  3. 4 out of 5

    Andreea Pryde

    A brilliant character-driven space adventure, welded with suspense, mystery and enough romance to appeal to all sorts of readers. There is more to this story then amaizing characters and kickass action. There is an underlying message for those who have ears to hear it. If you wonder what I am talking about go, grab a copy, and get reading.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Caryn Mahan

    This was a Sci-Fi novel based on ancient earth cultures and the idea of races from outer space kidnapping individuals throughout time on earth. Lots of fight scenes, a bit of romance and heat involving a female lead who carries a specific gene others want access to. It will allow the bearer to command a powerful interstellar spaceship. It had strong areas that kept my interest and others less so. Lots of skipping forwards and backwards in time and in her memories which caused me to slow down and This was a Sci-Fi novel based on ancient earth cultures and the idea of races from outer space kidnapping individuals throughout time on earth. Lots of fight scenes, a bit of romance and heat involving a female lead who carries a specific gene others want access to. It will allow the bearer to command a powerful interstellar spaceship. It had strong areas that kept my interest and others less so. Lots of skipping forwards and backwards in time and in her memories which caused me to slow down and become less engaged. Overall a decent plot, with complex interpretations of ancient myths.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Joe Leonardi

    I Don’t Usually Read Science Fiction I love science fiction in every form, except the written. For some reason, I am simply not drawn to Science Fiction books. Occasionally, I will pick one up and read it, but often times it is stories with which I am familiar. Star Trek, Buck Rogers, etc… I came across Frankenstein on a social media group. I make it a habit to read at least one book by independent authors a month, so I thought I would give this ago. From the opening paragraph, I was intrigued and I Don’t Usually Read Science Fiction I love science fiction in every form, except the written. For some reason, I am simply not drawn to Science Fiction books. Occasionally, I will pick one up and read it, but often times it is stories with which I am familiar. Star Trek, Buck Rogers, etc… I came across Frankenstein on a social media group. I make it a habit to read at least one book by independent authors a month, so I thought I would give this ago. From the opening paragraph, I was intrigued and hooked. I read it slowly, taking only about a chapter a night to completely immerse myself in the story. The author pays a lot of fan service to those who, like me, watch more science fiction than they read. I found myself chuckling at the inventiveness of certain references. For what appears to be the first book in a series, A.D. tells a compelling stand alone story, at the same time, left me looking forward to Supra Project Book 2. As an author and storyteller myself, I get what goes into weaving a tale. I understand the passion one feels about getting words on the printed page – the way the author bleeds from their very soul to share their vision. When I complete a story, and ask others to read it, I never ask if they like the story – I ask if they think I told a good story. In Frankenstein, A.D. Wayne tells a good story. A story I highly recommend.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Pat Eroh

    Fast-paced with plenty of action, I love this book and am looking forward to more in this series. I was hooked immediately from the start wanting to know what happens to Frankie and whether Caldwell is trustworthy. This is beautifully written with an awesome cast of characters. I am looking forward to the next book in the series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Alexa Wayne

    Frankenstein is not who you think it is. Her name is more a metaphor of how she sees herself when comparing her appearance, mind, and life to others. She has such genuine and raw outlook on life and how she feels things that it makes her quite relatable to many readers. When writing this novel I wanted to create one character that despite all of what other "normal" people would consider flaws, would fight and win little battles at the end of the day. But you know, her little battles, not only tak Frankenstein is not who you think it is. Her name is more a metaphor of how she sees herself when comparing her appearance, mind, and life to others. She has such genuine and raw outlook on life and how she feels things that it makes her quite relatable to many readers. When writing this novel I wanted to create one character that despite all of what other "normal" people would consider flaws, would fight and win little battles at the end of the day. But you know, her little battles, not only take place in space, but in the twenty-sixth century where no one understands her twenty-first century pop culture references. Although Frankenstein has its bits of romance, the story revolves around suspense, action, and mystery. Her story enfolds before her eyes as she slowly remembers her time from the abduction to being what Trekkers would call, #1.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Hill

    So I am going to preface this with I LOVE SCIENCE FICTION. There is something about a science fiction novel that really gets the imagination going. Alexa Wayne did a fabulous job with this book, as Frankenstein is a character that is relatable, and the way the book is written, it draws you in from the start. Now, if you are averse to language or strong scenes, (or have a really weak stomach) then you might want to bypass this book, but you are going to be missing a good read. The science fiction So I am going to preface this with I LOVE SCIENCE FICTION. There is something about a science fiction novel that really gets the imagination going. Alexa Wayne did a fabulous job with this book, as Frankenstein is a character that is relatable, and the way the book is written, it draws you in from the start. Now, if you are averse to language or strong scenes, (or have a really weak stomach) then you might want to bypass this book, but you are going to be missing a good read. The science fiction in the book is spot on, leaving even the hardcore science fiction fan completely happy. Finally, grab this book for an out of this world experience!

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