“You must suffer me to go my own dark way.”
A gripping story that holds one's breath, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is Robert Louis Stevenson’s magnum opus and narrates the mysterious circumstances that surround Dr. Henry Jekyll and the evil Edward Hyde.
As London lawyer, John Gabriel Utterson investigates the strange occurrences that involve his old friend, Dr. Henry Jekyll, the city is struck by terror, unleashed by the wicked, Edward Hyde.
Armed with engaging prose and a lingering element of suspense, the book is a terrifying look into the duality of human nature and enthralls readers with its battle between good and evil.
|No. of Pages||72|
|Author||R. L. Stevenson|