Welcome to Abbott, a city were the dead walk, myths hide in shadows and the Faerie courts hold their rades in the street. Magic can be found here, in dark alleys or smoke filled rooms and miracles abound.
But all miracles have a price.
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The Bride of Frankenstein receives a hard-hitting 21st Century facelift.
I've always been a sucker for Frankenstein, due in part for the way the monster itself has been portrayed in the various versions of Shelley's classic tale.
'The Bride', the first part of 'All Miracles Have A Price' shows the pathos and sensitivity towards a man-made creature that started way back in 1931 as Boris Karloff reached piteously for the sunlight.
Here we have a modern take on the seemingly age-old tale, focusing on a newly resurrected female creature who finds herself abandoned from the moment she first draws breath, plagued by memories that seem as alien as the world she finds herself in.
Harris O'Malley brings us a most pathetic central character who breaks your heart even though she only utters one world.
Harsh, horrific and highly disturbing it may be, but The Bride's journey will move you. If it doesn't you deserve to be on the mad professor's slab yourself.
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