iFrankenstein by Bekka Black

Following her critically-acclaimed iDrakula, award-winning author Bekka Black breathes life into a modern re-telling of iFrankenstein, using only text messages, web browsers, tweets, and emails.

Homeschooled teenager Victor Frankenstein is determined to write his own ticket to independence: a chatbot to win the prestigious Turing prize and admission to the high tech university of his choice. He codes his creation with a self-extending version of his own online personality and unleashes it upon the internet. But soon he begins to suspect his virtual clone may have developed its own goals, and they are not aligned with Victor’s. The creature has its own plan, fed by a growing desire to win darker and more precious prizes: unfettered power and release from loneliness.

As the creature’s power and sentience grows and its increasingly terrible deeds bleed over from the online world into the real one, Victor must stop his creation before his friends and humanity pay the ultimate price.

IFRANKENSTEIN is available from Amazon.

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“iFrankenstein spins a refreshingly modern twist on the Frankenstein classic…with a virtual monster capable of controlling the world…wickedly good fun.” — Janice Gable Bashman, author of Wanted Undead or Alive, nominated for a Bram Stoker Award

“iFrankenstein was so amazing that I read through 200 pages in one sitting…iFrankenstein is…a biting and eye-catching twist on the story.” — Natalie Gorna, examiner.com

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Bekka Black’s critically-acclaimed cell phone novel, iDrakula, was nominated for the APPY award and listed on Booklist’s Top 10 Horror Fiction for Youth. She and her husband and son just left Hawaii’s sunny shores for adventures in Berlin. Find Bekka Black on Facebook, Twitter, and at www.bekkablack.com

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