Shortlisted for the Futurebook Innovation Awards Best Adult App 2012
Listed by the Sunday Times as one of the Top Ten book apps ever
- Kirkus Reviews — Best of 2012 – a brilliantly designed app; the current benchmark for high-quality storytelling via tablet
- The Chimerist — This is the only interactive fiction I’ve ever read with that quintessential, old-fashioned readerly avidity: the hunger to know what happens next
- The Independent — a “nuanced take on monstrosity” … extremely poignant
- Intelligent Life (from the Economist) — The typography and illustrations, presented as if on sliding sheets of old paper, are gorgeous… “Frankenstein” is an impressive and entirely new kind of e-book
- TechLife Australia — beautiful reworking… subtly interactive
- The Telegraph — a truly new kind of novel for the digital age
- TG Daily — It takes some doing to make an iPad feel like an antique treasure, but this book manages it with ease.
- The Guardian — sophisticated and subtle
- Emily Short — A pretty significant achievement
- The Literary Platform — Frankenstein is a clever mix of technology and narrative – a beautiful creation for the tablet market and a bold attempt to wrestle with a classic and create a book that can work for a new audience brought up on digital games and interactive entertainment.
- The Irish Times — Could this be the future for classic books?
- Fast Company Design — One of the most fascinating projects I’ve seen yet.