Frankenstein: But the Monster is Allergic to Gluten (Paperback)
PLEASE READ: Bottom-dwelling parody author Dick Cody Heese is responsible for this desecration of Mary Shelley's 1831 edition of "Frankenstein." The addition of a single sentence in every chapter suggesting that Frankenstein's monster is incapable of consuming gluten adds absolutely no value to the original novel. Inevitably, readers will revolt against the concept of public domain upon glimpsing any portion of this book. However, in the end, "Frankenstein: But The Monster is Allergic to Gluten" prevails as the ultimate tale of ambition, knowledge, and a general intolerance of wheat-based products.
Heese has also written several other barely passable parodies, including: "The Great Gatsby: But Nick has Scoliosis," "Moby Kevin," and "Pride and Prejudice: But Mr. Darcy is a Vape God."