Hyde



[Read] ➮ Hyde ➶ Daniel Levine – E17streets4all.co.uk A reimagining of The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde from the monster s perspective, Hyde makes a hero of a villain As a bonus, Stevenson s original novel is included at the back Mr Hyde is hidi A reimagining of The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde from the monster s perspective, Hyde makes a hero of a villain As a bonus, Stevenson s original novel is included at the back Mr Hyde is hiding, trapped in Dr Jekyll s surgical cabinet, counting the hours until capture As four days pass, he has the chance, finally, to tell the story of his brief, marvelous lifeWe join Hyde, awakened after years of dormancy, in the mind he hesitantly shares with Jekyll We spin with dizzy confusion as the potions take effect We tromp through the dark streets of Victorian London We watch Jekyll s high class life at a remove, blurred by a membrane of consciousness We feel the horror of lost time, the helplessness of knowing we are responsible for the actions of a body not entirely our ownGirls have gone missing Someone has been killed The evidence points to Mr Hyde Someone is framing him, terrorizing him with cryptic notes and whisper campaigns Who can it be Even if these crimes weren t of his choosing, can they have been by his hand Though this classic has been often reinvented, no one ever imagined Hyde s perspective, or that he could be heroic Daniel Levine changes that A mesmerizing gothic, Hyde tells the fascinating story of an underexamined villain.Hyde

Daniel Levine studied English literature and creative writing at Brown University and received his MFA in fiction writing from the University of Florida He lives in Boulder, Colorado Levine s debut novel, Hyde was published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt March , Hyde retraces The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde from the villain s perspective, re examining his heroism and character.

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  • Hardcover
  • 416 pages
  • Hyde
  • Daniel Levine
  • English
  • 24 September 2019
  • 0544191188

10 thoughts on “Hyde

  1. says:

    You speak of human nature I think of it often too I think of the human animal This hairless primate, walking around on two feet and wearing its elaborate costume as it goes about the business of survival We deceive each other, oh yes Cheat, torture, kill each other, deliberately, occasionally with pleasure Other animals live in fear and awe of us What makes us so special The mind The grotesque power of the human mind 1931 version of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde starring Fredric March.I You speak of human nature I think of it often too I think of the human animal This hairless primate, walking around on two feet and wearing its elaborate costume as it goes about the business of survival We deceive each other, oh yes Cheat, torture, kill each other, deliberately, occasionally with pleasure Other animals live in fear and awe of us What makes us so special The mind The grotesque power of the human mind 1931 version of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde starring Fredric March.I, Edward Hyde, have a bone to pick with Robert Louis Stevenson That libelous bit of nonsense he published back in 86 maligned me in such a hideous manner This Stevenson scribbler made quite the pile of pounds sterling off that deceitful tale He got almost everything wrong Let s take the beginning of the story when I supposedly stepped on a young girl in the street I was actually trying to help the girl and in the process of the hue and cry was a victim of Ugly Profiling I can t help my countenance I am not so fortunate to have symmetrical features that reassure people that I am a man of good breeding Would they have accused Dr Jekyll Certainly not, even though he doesn t look like them either, but he does look like a better version of them I paid them off with Jekyll s money, despite the fact that all the girl needed was a bit of dusting off Later that 100 pounds I so kindly paid the father will be used against me in a most insidious way They will accuse me of things that I would never do The thing to always keep in mind is that I am Jekyll and Jekyll be Hyde We are both here regardless of which face is being put forwardAlone No, I wasn t alone As I tromped home through the rain, I could feel Jekyll s imprint on my brainstem, where he had gripped me I did kill Sir Danvers Carew He was putting the screws to Jekyll and I wasn t about to swing because of his inquisitiveness It was a messy affair I used Jekyll s walking stick I was meant to use that stick after all I had taken it from Big House for the very purpose a murder weapon can never elude its predestined In my exuberance the stick did break leaving the head of the thing for the police to find There was a maid as well, curious as a cat, who peeked out her window at a most inopportune time In an attempt to keep the end at bay I merely gave them the means to pursue me withenthusiasm I did it out of loveI had been his whipping boy Yet I had no desire to punish Jekyll Quite the opposite, in fact I wanted to protect him He was the one taking all these risks, drawing these investigators into our sphere, flirting with exposure To hate Jekyll is to hate myself, but Stevenson was insisting the opposite in his fairy taleThe hatred of Hyde for Jekyll was of a different order His terror of the gallows drove him continually to commit temporary suicide, and return to his subordinate station of a part instead of a person he loathed the necessity, he loathed the despondency into which Jekyll had fallen, and he resented the dislike which he was himself regarded Not true, not true at all John Barry in the 1920 version of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.Stevenson never mentions Georgiana She married another leaving Dr Jekyll a confirmed bachelor continuing to pine Even as she ages he still sees the maid he fell in love withA dainty bird in pink silk with a white blond bun and blue eyes, her quick lively face tilted up with an amused little smile Up close, we could see that fine age lines touched the edges of her eyes, the wings of her mouth Jekyll couldn t have her, but as fate will have it she has a doppelganger, an unfortunate young girl trapped in circumstances where survival is based upon what she can earn from the flat of her back We found her while looking for sport over on the East End I know Stevenson put all the responsibility on my reckless nature, but Jekyll is the one who rented the house for me in Soho It is such a convenience having a house that we can bring our doxies back to without tainting the walls of The Big House with our moans and groans of passion Jeannie, in the right lighting, which there is nothing but right lighting in the East End looks like Georgiana I knew when I saw her that HE would have to have her Old passions can rekindleWhen the baggy drawers had dropped she stood, turned away, marble blue I followed the knobs of her spine and dimpled coccyx to the lavender bruise on the back of her thigh She sat on the edge of the bed and lay down as I swung the sheet over her It settled like silky oil over her contours How old are you She swallowed Sixteen, she whispered Sixteen, I repeated Then I let myself go Even though men of stature were routinely spending their evenings in the bowels of this hell drinking too much gin, smoking opiates, and fondling the nubile bodies of unfortunate teenage girls it was I who am singled out for persecution Again, I don t look the part of a gentleman, those gentlemen aren t deviants, but just men out for a bit of fun I, on the other hand, seem to wear this deviant behavior on my face I have the eyes of a devil If it were possible for me to love other than the dual parts of myself I could have loved Jeannie Spencer Tracy in the 1941 version of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.The tincture isn t working Jekyll has to double and triple dosages to keep me under control He has waited too long to getThe drawer is nearly empty He will die and I will live The injections are destroying our armTentatively I cuff the sleeve and stare at the gouged and pockmarked arm, the black weeping pustule in the cleft The vein is dark and hard as piano wire under the skin, obviously infected Under ordinary circumstances, I bet they d amputate the arm from the elbow down An appalling sight The new powder arrives and does not work Jekyll will have to start getting his affairs in order It is hard to eat which doesn t help Jekyll at all I crave something stronger all the timeFrom the shelf above the glazed press, I haul down the two gallon jug of ethanol I pour some water into a graduated glass, and from the cumbersome jug I tip in a splash of the clear, pure alcohol Bracing myself, I take a sip boom A blue flame bursts in the gastros and roars up my esophagus into the sinus and I cough, blinking tears There s dinner for you Burn off all the scum inside I guess I should also talk about the maid Lizzie A young girl in the wrong place just as Jekyll s passions had flamed too high to contain It was odd that he thought of father as he assaulted this girl s virtue Our father s hands guiding his own Her cries, her pitiful cries for intervention fell on deaf ears I know it is my place to take the bullet, the blame, but I must remind everyone that when I m bad, Jekyll is my gleeful companion In this case Jekyll was being Hydethan Hyde was willing to be I ve become too strong Jekyll has become too weak When Poole starts to swing that ax at the door will I have the strength to end all of this James Nesbitt plays Jekyll and Hyde in a superb mini series titled Jekyll.Playing around with Classics is always a dicey proposition You have those purists who are almost offended that anyone would attempt such a feat I must admit I thoroughly enjoyed Daniel Levine s version of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde He certainly adds details not available in the original He expands the story, fills in the gaps from Stevenson s story, uses pieces from the movies inspired by the book, and most importantly does not allow Jekyll to control the narrative I often speculate about what was in the first version of this story that Stevenson consigned to the flames See my review fordetails Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Review Levine would almost have you believe that one of his ancestors rescued that draft from the flames and left it for him to tell the whole story, the real story This isgraphic than the original, those stories of Hyde s or rather Hyde Jekyll s adventures on the East End are told rather than alluded to We see Hyde as well as Jekyll unmasked The evil that lurks in the hearts of man lurks in all of us, peering from the darkness, waiting for an opportunity to take control long enough to slake the thirst of our hidden desires Jekyll Hyde is a tragedy, but it is one we all share None of us are able to cast the first stone.If you wish to seeof my most recent book and movie reviews, visit also have a Facebook blogger page at

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Hyde is the story of Jekyll and Hyde from the villain s point of view and what a story it is The visceral and sense obsessed descriptions are just what one would expect from a character that is made almost completely of someone s baser nature, but if you have a weak stomach, you may want to steer clear of this disturbing tale.The story is told in flashbacks from Hyde s final days as he s holed up in Dr Jekyll s labI don t want to die at all, but if there s no escaping it, then at the very l Hyde is the story of Jekyll and Hyde from the villain s point of view and what a story it is The visceral and sense obsessed descriptions are just what one would expect from a character that is made almost completely of someone s baser nature, but if you have a weak stomach, you may want to steer clear of this disturbing tale.The story is told in flashbacks from Hyde s final days as he s holed up in Dr Jekyll s labI don t want to die at all, but if there s no escaping it, then at the very least I want to remember everything properly first, the way it truly happened The truth is inside this head I simply must extract it In the end no one will know it but me, but that will be enoughpg 10, ebook I never considered it before, but how would it feel to be shut away inside someone s mind in a type of half life, always looking out from someone s eyes, then to be suddenly thrust into a body, given complete control, and then blamed for everything that inevitably goes wrong.Levine s darkly imaginative reasons why Jekyll would have created Hyde in the first place were chilling I found myself pitying Hyde rather than fearing himIt was a frustrating, blinding feeling, my ignorance I wanted to know what my purpose was, what Jekyll needed me forpg 36, ebook I always wondered that too After the first failed experiment, Jekyll summons Hyde forth again and again with increasingly awful results He could have just stopped after the first time and been like, whoa, THAT was a bad idea and chucked the rest of his solution into the river Hyde examines the twisted motivations behind the repeated transformations.It also looks into the infinite nature of the human psyche The rest of this review is going to have a major spoiler in it, but I have to talk about it to truly discuss this story because this twist is what elevated Hyde in my mind from a horror story with cheap thrills to a spine tingling look into the darkness of the abyss that could exist in the soul view spoiler How about the idea that Mr Hyde could have a dark side of his own That, within a damaged and fractured mind, there s no end to the shadows that could emerge The worst of the actions recorded in Jekyll and Hyde were not done consciously by either man, but by a monster that was created by the rage that Jekyll suppressed in his childhood I thought that was genius I only wish Mr Seek had a bigger part in this tale hide spoiler Because, beyond that huge twist, this story felt repetitive.Recommended for readers who enjoy dark, violent re tellings and can tolerate a slower paced read Some similar, grisly tales The Last Werewolf or Black Moon

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    November Book Pals selection for A GOOD THRILLER group.This is a wonderfully gothic and engaging tale of Mr Hyde from Hyde s point of view The author wonderfully fleshes out the character as well as point out some inconsistencies in the original story He points out that Hyde was not the epitome of evil as Jekyll suggests, but that Jekyll was not without his own faults It is a muchpsychological thriller than the original It shows us a muchnuanced character who doesn t hate Jekyll November Book Pals selection for A GOOD THRILLER group.This is a wonderfully gothic and engaging tale of Mr Hyde from Hyde s point of view The author wonderfully fleshes out the character as well as point out some inconsistencies in the original story He points out that Hyde was not the epitome of evil as Jekyll suggests, but that Jekyll was not without his own faults It is a muchpsychological thriller than the original It shows us a muchnuanced character who doesn t hate Jekyll so much as pities him Even though you know how the story ends or you would if you d read the original , you hang on to the edge of your seat to see how you get there

  4. says:

    I picked up a copy of this book because it sounded very intriguing I have to tell you that after reading this book that I was a little sad when I finished it Mr Levine has a really good talent for telling a spelling bounding story with such depth and character development I instantly was in love with Hyde I never saw him as a villain butas a humanitarian In fact, I liked him so much that when Hyde would disappear and Jekyll took over, I was slightly disappointed The ending did not c I picked up a copy of this book because it sounded very intriguing I have to tell you that after reading this book that I was a little sad when I finished it Mr Levine has a really good talent for telling a spelling bounding story with such depth and character development I instantly was in love with Hyde I never saw him as a villain butas a humanitarian In fact, I liked him so much that when Hyde would disappear and Jekyll took over, I was slightly disappointed The ending did not come as too much of a great surprise to me It was easy to put all the pieces together on what was going to happen This book is on the dark side of human nature I cannot wait to read the next book by Mr Levine

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    I like posting reviews on release dates, but this one drops ha on my mom s birthday and I refuse to soil ha her day with this book Instead, the review will go live on the blog 3 17With my reviews, I tend to follow a format Hyde, however, made me so angry and nauseous that I m going to jump right into things I apologize for the quotes below I know they re gross, but so is this book Avoid it.I m not alone Believe me, I am not alone.I was so looking forward to having a great, albeit c I like posting reviews on release dates, but this one drops ha on my mom s birthday and I refuse to soil ha her day with this book Instead, the review will go live on the blog 3 17With my reviews, I tend to follow a format Hyde, however, made me so angry and nauseous that I m going to jump right into things I apologize for the quotes below I know they re gross, but so is this book Avoid it.I m not alone Believe me, I am not alone.I was so looking forward to having a great, albeit creepy, time with Hyde After all, it s a reimagining of Jekyll and Hyde, but one where Hyde is the hero and shown in a sympathetic light Unfortunately, I didn t get that at ALL here Hyde is foul and disgusting, fully willing to do Jekyll s dirty work for him and kill with no remorse.The chapter titles confused me They consist of four days, yet the story lasts far longer than that I wasn t entirely sure what these days meant At first I thought perhaps that was how long Hyde was in control of the body, but it quickly became apparent that wasn t the case in one chapter we re with Hyde for over a month You would think Hyde would be a fascinating character, right Sadly, it was the minor, secondary characters I feltfor Jeannie, a sixteen year old prostitute Hyde frequently visits who winds up moving in with him along with her younger sister and ultimately becomes pregnant At one point the sisters are cast out of the estate and that s it Jeannie wasn t even given the chance to tell Hyde about the baby I wantedabout her Where did she go What happened to the baby Out of everyone, Jeannie was the character I was the most drawn to, and she was practically written out of the story and forgotten about Another character I found intriguing was one who wasn t even in the story Emile Verlaine Before the novel starts, Jekyll experiences a bit of scandal while in France when a young boy under his care committed suicide Through a series of narratives, we learn Emile had other personalities, much like Jekyll These personalities were separate entities with their own characteristics and likes and dislikes Again, however, the screen time wasn t enough for me and ended far too soon Hyde would have been a fairly lackluster story had I not noticed just how obsessed with fecal matter it was At first it was a bird dropping on Hyde s jacket This happened twice and two scenes seemed two too many It was then it became apparent that Hyde was a book about shit Dr Petit said that L inonnu mixed his own feces into the paint pg 211The fecal stink from Carew was still in my nostrils pg 225Numbly, I picked at my buttons, dragging off my sticking clothes I pulled down my trousers and drawers and stared at the filthy streaks down my legs, a blast of stench making my cover my mouth and cough I had soiled myself pg 227We passed a horse pulled up to the kerb who lifted his tail and ejected a pile of green droppings that steamed like hot food pg 258He dropped the book into the pot, he turned and unbuckled his trousers, hunkered down, and strained out a dry painful curl of movement He stood and looked woozily down at the soiled book pg 289Nope No thank you I wash my hands both figuratively AND literally, if you please of this novel and it is with a hearty sigh of relief that I m finally done with it.Disgusting and unnecessary, Hyde is a novel that I honestly cannot recommend To anyone At the end of the book is the original story, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, and if you re interested in the inspiration if you want to call it that for Hyde, you can easily find a copy for much cheaper at a used bookstore I hate writing negative reviews without anything positive to include, but there was nothing positive to be said about this book It was less than 300 pages I suppose that s a plus It s really a shame I love HMH s Young Adult books, but this Adult novel was such a disappointment Do yourself a favor and avoid this one

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    From the shelf above the glazed press, I haul down the two gallon jug of ethanol I pour some water into a graduated glass, and from the cumbersome jug I tip in a splash of the clear, pure ethanol Bracing myself, I take a sip boom A blue flame bursts in the gastros and roars up my esophagus into the sinus and I cough, blinking tears There s dinner for you Burn off all the scum inside Hyde is a retelling of Robert Louis Stevenson s classic The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde f From the shelf above the glazed press, I haul down the two gallon jug of ethanol I pour some water into a graduated glass, and from the cumbersome jug I tip in a splash of the clear, pure ethanol Bracing myself, I take a sip boom A blue flame bursts in the gastros and roars up my esophagus into the sinus and I cough, blinking tears There s dinner for you Burn off all the scum inside Hyde is a retelling of Robert Louis Stevenson s classic The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde from the perspective of Edward Hyde If you haven t read the classic, I d highly recommend reading it before delving into this contemporary version and incidentally, it s included at the back of the hardcover version of Hyde It won t affect your understanding of the story, but it s interesting to compare the two books Levine creates a startlingly fresh and fascinating perspective without deviating from the original plot points, and his is a dark, gritty, and muchdetailed version of events Edward Hyde is not the evil side of Jekyll s personality, but rather a second personality created to protect young Henry Jekyll from sexual and emotional abuse suffered at the hands of his father Having been repressed for some thirty years, Hyde is released from Jekyll s psyche through injections which allow him to assume the body Hyde revels in the seedier side of London, experiencing Jekyll s basest desires sex, drinking, drugs, but Jekyll cannot sustain the duality, and Hyde narrates their slow unravelling I love character driven fiction, and even in his madness, Hyde has subtlety and depth A vivid, energetic debut novel by an author to watch

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    SLJ review LEVINE, Daniel Hyde 448p Houghton Harcourt Mar 2014 Tr 24 ISBN 9780544191181.Adult High School Though The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde has been retold and reimagined countless times, Levine separates his novel by delving deeply into the original text and drawing out all of the hints, implications, and loose ends in the story to create an evenplausible,energetic, andpowerful work than Stevenson s justly classic novella Levine s novel revolves aro SLJ review LEVINE, Daniel Hyde 448p Houghton Harcourt Mar 2014 Tr 24 ISBN 9780544191181.Adult High School Though The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde has been retold and reimagined countless times, Levine separates his novel by delving deeply into the original text and drawing out all of the hints, implications, and loose ends in the story to create an evenplausible,energetic, andpowerful work than Stevenson s justly classic novella Levine s novel revolves around a brilliantly subtle characterization of Edward Hyde not, as Dr Jekyll claims in Stevenson s work, the evil side of Jekyll, but a suppressed second personality, created by Jekyll s psyche to combat the sexual and emotional abuse heaped upon him by his father Jekyll unleashes the confused and psychologically tortured Hyde in order to experience the sexual side of his personality, which he has otherwise repressed to the point of impotence The interplay between the personalities of Hyde and Jekyll Hyde can see everything Jekyll does, but Jekyll can actually control Hyde s actions at times troubles Hyde, but he also relies on Jekyll to show him his purpose in life Hyde and Jekyll s precarious double life becomes complicated when an MP named Sir Danvers Carew becomes overly interested in Jekyll s psychological research, but the real troubles begin when Hyde realizes that there may be another personality lurking within their shared body Levine s novel is exquisite layered and thematically complex while remaining true to the story s roots as a mystery thriller Teen readers of that genre especially those with a Victorian bent, such as Rick Yancey s The Monstrumologist S S, 2009 should be enthralled Meanwhile fans of Stevenson s story which has never lacked for teenaged readers will be pleasantly surprised by Levine s ingenious take Mark Flowers, John F Kennedy Library, Vallejo, CA

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    Levine s version expands Stevenson s novella quite a bit It is very well fitted to the original, imo Hyde is a dark, destructive tale , ultimately, a very sad one too.At the end, Levine included some notes about Stevenson s original, as well as some of his own comments, including, My interest was not in reconfiguring the premise but in returning to the original, exploring inconsistencies of character and crafting a psychological model to explain Jekyll s plunge into self annihilation The ori Levine s version expands Stevenson s novella quite a bit It is very well fitted to the original, imo Hyde is a dark, destructive tale , ultimately, a very sad one too.At the end, Levine included some notes about Stevenson s original, as well as some of his own comments, including, My interest was not in reconfiguring the premise but in returning to the original, exploring inconsistencies of character and crafting a psychological model to explain Jekyll s plunge into self annihilation The original, too, is a murder mystery why does Hyde kill Sir Danvers Carew The story says it is a coincidence Yet the murder is witnessed by a maid in an upstairs window who recognizes Hyde, who had once visited her master Who is this master, and why should Hyde visit him Questions yearn for answers For nearly 130 years Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde has remained immovably on the fickle and often unfair shelves of classical literature, an endurance no doubt due to these suggestive ripples in its surface, the tantalizing hints of an underworld calling out for discovery And Levine certainly does scrutinize the hinted underworld I think Stevenson would be pleased with this catastrophic, chilling contortion of his characters.Readers, beware, though there is plenty of trigger worthy content in here related to child abuse physical, sexual, psychological rape.An ominous truly terrifying tale

  9. says:

    No one knows what it s like to be the bad man, to be the sad man, behind blue eyes Sympathy for the Devil I was expecting to be entertained by Daniel Levine s debut novel Hyde, in which he retells R.L Stevenson s classic story from Hyde s pov What I wasn t expecting was to actually feel a bit of sympathy for Hyde in this well written novel as he struggles to fit into a world in which he has no place, desperately tries to understand what Jekyll expects of him, and comes to be tormented by h No one knows what it s like to be the bad man, to be the sad man, behind blue eyes Sympathy for the Devil I was expecting to be entertained by Daniel Levine s debut novel Hyde, in which he retells R.L Stevenson s classic story from Hyde s pov What I wasn t expecting was to actually feel a bit of sympathy for Hyde in this well written novel as he struggles to fit into a world in which he has no place, desperately tries to understand what Jekyll expects of him, and comes to be tormented by his own devil.As the story begins, Hyde is hiding in the doctor s cabinet, waiting for the end he knows is inevitable Through flashbacks and confused memories, he slowly reveals his side of the story Of course, the reader cannot really be sympathetic towards many of Hyde s actions but there is the suggestion that someone else is in his mind, driving him to do these things Most of the onus falls on Jekyll, as we get glimpses of his abused childhood, his failing as a lover, his checkered career as a psychiatrist, his experimenting with drugs, his act of rape, and finally, his sending another to commit a crime he has no stomach to pull off himself But is there a third personality at work here The details that flesh out this story are very imaginative and believable

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    It was an excellent idea, telling the story of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde through the villain s point of view However, the execution, especially compared to the original work, leftto be desired The book was thrilling in certain places, but for the most part it seemed to drag on and on, specifically towards the end Hyde also seemed to introduce a lot of aspects that would have been interesting to explore, but were either left unanswered or not given a satisfying answer Also, and maybe it s It was an excellent idea, telling the story of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde through the villain s point of view However, the execution, especially compared to the original work, leftto be desired The book was thrilling in certain places, but for the most part it seemed to drag on and on, specifically towards the end Hyde also seemed to introduce a lot of aspects that would have been interesting to explore, but were either left unanswered or not given a satisfying answer Also, and maybe it s just personal preference, but I hated how the dialogue was formatted in the book It made it hard to differentiate between the narrative and when another character was speaking, and hard to follow as well since there were no indents In all, it wasn t an awful read but it wasn t enjoyable If anything, it seemed like a chore that just had to get done

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