In the fourth letter, the ship slows down between colossal sheets of ice, and Walton and his men recognize a sled guided by an immense animal about a large portion of a mile away. The following morning, they experience another sled stranded on an ice floe. The outsider puts in two days recouping, breastfed by the team before he can talk.
The group is consuming with interest, however, Walton, mindful of the man's still-delicate state, keeps his men from loading the outsider with inquiries. Over the long haul, Walton and the outsider move toward becoming companions, and the outsider, in the long run, agrees to reveal to Walton his story.
In the initial segment of his story, Victor spends a charming adolescence in Geneva, Switzerland, with his cherishing high society family. He appreciates especially cozy associations with his embraced sister, Elizabeth, and his closest companion, Henry Clerval. At an early age he builds up enthusiasm for normal rationality, and he spends his immaturity eating up crafted by the medieval chemists, longing for finding the mixture of life. When he understands how obsolete the chemists' speculations are in contrast with current hypotheses, be that as it may, he ends up disappointed and surrenders his investigation of the sciences completely.
When he is seventeen, Victor's parents choose to send him to class at the College of Ingolstadt. In any case, just before he is booked to leave, his mom, Caroline, past away. In the wake of investing energy grieving with his family, Victor goes to Ingolstadt as arranged. For the following four years, Victor puts forth a concentrated effort to his investigations with energy, driven by an aspiration to uncover the secrets of nature, life, and passing, and winning praise for his accomplishments.
Finding how to make a life especially captivates him. Similarly, as he is going to return home to Geneva, his examinations at last succeed. Victor puts in the following two years collecting an eight-foot-tall man out of parts taken from dead bodies. When he prevails with regards to breathing life into his creation, in any case, Victor is so alarmed by the animal's terrible appearance that he flees.
The creature reveals to Victor that on the night he was enlivened, he advanced into the woodland close Ingolstadt, where he lived on roots and berries. Subsequent to being pursued out of a town he had meandered into looking for nourishment and safe house, he stowed away in a hut connected to a little bungalow in the forested areas. For almost two years, the animal subtly watched and did favors for the cottagers, whom he developed to profoundly appreciate.
In the forested areas while in transit to Geneva, the animal spared a kid from suffocating in a waterway and was shot in the arm by the tyke's watchman. This occurrence filled him with sentiments of disdain and retaliation toward humankind. At that point, in Plainpalais, he experienced William and seized him with the expectation of making him his buddy. At the point when the animal discovered that the kid was an individual from the Frankenstein family, he choked him to death with the end goal to influence Victor to endure.
At home in Geneva, Victor puts off his guarantee to the creature. His dad, Alphonse who, alongside Victor's mom, dependably trusted Victor and Elizabeth would one day wed recommends Victor wed Elizabeth presently with the end goal to raise everybody's spirits. Victor cherishes Elizabeth, however, acknowledges he needs to satisfy his guarantee to the animal before wedding her. He chooses to make a trip to Britain to address researchers who have made new revelations he accepts will assist him with his errand. He likewise plans to locate a remote place where he can amass the female animal.
One night when the new creature is a close culmination, Victor starts to consider the conceivable outcomes of his current work: the two animals may wreak devastation together or even start another race of beasts that would compromise mankind. When he all of a sudden observes the animal's face at the window, Victor pulverizes the animal's, incomplete mate. Crushed and rankled, the creature goes up against Victor and swears exact retribution.
Forebodingly, he advises Victor to recollect that he will be with him on his wedding night. The following day, Victor gets a letter from Clerval requesting that he travel to Perth so the two can come back to London together, and Victor gets ready to take off. Late that night he pushes out to the ocean and tosses the remaining parts of the female animal over the edge, at that point nods off in the vessel.
When he awakens the following day, he understands he is lost adrift and can do only give the breeze a chance to convey him. In the long run, he achieves a harbor, where he is informed that he has touched base in Ireland and must answer to the nearby judge, Mr. Kirwin, on doubt of homicide. Victor is then tossed behind bars, where he lies ridiculous with fever.
Victor is discovered honest dependent on his essence on the Orkneys at the season of the homicide, however, he remains overpowered by blame, discouraged to the skirt of suicide, and subject to the laudanum he was controlled while sick in jail. He and Alphonse come back to Geneva, where Elizabeth is the main individual ready to some degree diminishes Victor's hopelessness.
Despite the fact that regardless he trusts the animal expects to kill him on his wedding night, Victor consents to wed Elizabeth as arranged and anticipates the marriage with a blend of expectation and dread. After their wedding, the couple travel to the town of Evian, where they remain at a motel.
That night, seized by tension, Victor advises Elizabeth to sit tight for him in a different room, at that point walks about the hotel-keeping look for the animal. He hears a shout and keeps running into Elizabeth's space to locate her dead and the animal at the window.
Victor pursues, starting an interest that drives him into the wild of Russia and what was then known as Tartary. The animal abandons him nourishment and hints, including notes composed on tree husk and shakes in which the animal insults Victor and directions him to tail him into the Cold.
In the end, Victor touches base at the Cold Sea, where he seeks after the animal over the solidified ocean in a dogsled. Similarly, as he is picking up on the animal, the ice breaks, isolating them, and Victor is thrown untied on a coasting sheet of ice. Following a few hours, Walton and his team protect him.
Completed with his story, he requests that Walton finish his retribution on the off chance that he should bite the dust. The ice breaks a few days after the fact, and Walton and his group layout step to arrive at Britain. Victor, whose well-being has been quickly declining, discloses to Walton that all sentiments of contempt and retaliation have abandoned him, yet despite everything he trusts the animal ought to be wrecked. He bites the dust later that equivalent day.
That night, Walton finds the creature over Victor's body. Disregarding the awful bad form he believes people have appeared him, the animal regrets having demolished Victor's life and says he is tormented by regret and self-hatred. He reveals to Walton he intends to go as far north as could be expected under the circumstances, where he will assemble himself a burial service fire lastly kick the bucket. At that point the monster jumps out the window and onto a sheet of ice, inevitably vanishing into the night.
I think that this book is very entertaining because of it the reader at the edge of their seat because you don't know what the characters are going like attack someone and kills them. The monster is a very unpredictable character that he acts by impulse and with lot revenge in his actions. The monster for is the most important character in the story, because he brings drama to the story and unpredictability to the story.