Books by Mary Shelley


Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (1797-1851) was born in London, to her father the writer William Godwin and Mary Wollstonecraft. Mary's early life was unconventional and by the age of 16 she eloped with the then-married Percy Bysshe Shelley. Amongst their friends were Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Lord Byron, the latter of whom offered the challenge to Mary to write a ghost story which later became Frankenstein.


Frankenstein (Collins Classics)

Mary Shelley


Frankenstein (Library Edition), Volume 23

Mary Shelley and Deanna McFadden


Les Aventures de Perkin Warbeck

Mary Shelley


Three Gothic Novels: The Castle of Otranto; Vathek; Frankenstein

Mary Shelley, Horace Walpole, et al.



Mary Shelley


The Last Man

Mary Shelley


The New Annotated Frankenstein

Mary Shelley



Mary Shelley


Frankenstein: A Guide to Reading and Reflecting

Mary Shelley and Karen Swallow Prior


The Classic Gothic Horror Collection

Edgar Allan Poe, Mary Shelley, et al.


Frankenstein - Kid Classics: The Classic Edition Reimagined...

Mary Shelley and Maïté Schmitt


Lodore Illustrated

Mary Shelley



Mary Shelley


The Last Man Annotated

Mary Shelley


Falkner Illustrated

Mary Shelley


Lodore Illustrated

Mary Shelley


The Mortal Immortal (Illustrated)

Mary Shelley


The Last Man (Illustrated)

Mary Shelley


Mathilda Illustrated

Mary Shelley


Frankenstein (Pretty Books - Painted Editions)

Mary Shelley