2 replies on “Bedtime in the Public Domain: Announcing Book 13”

  1. Brian says:

    Excellent…

  2. JD DeLuzio says:

    Since we only know Utterson’s account, filtered through a narrator, and based on what he has learned, often through Jekyll, we’re left with the popular (especially now) question: does Jekyll’s formula truly release an evil side as Hyde, or does it just change his appearance, permitting him to behave as a respectable gentleman could not?

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