(Y-12) Frankenstein and Día de los Muertos

Just in time for Día de los muertos, I have successfully finish this year’s reading of Frankenstein.

As always I find new thing, and my perspective of this 201 years old book is always fresh and exciting, that is why I keep coming back to it.

Right now I’ll work on Dragonero Vol. 19, and later in the evening, we will go and visit the traditional altars in remembrance of those who have left us.

I promise some pictures.

Off to read.

azr.

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