Deep in the impenetrable mist, a beast cries out in the
night, a cry that is longing for release and raging to quench a
thirst that can only be satiated in the misery of others. This is the
scene taking place both in the streets of London and in the tortured
soul of Henry Jekyll in Robert Louis Stevenson's horror classic.
Within a mere 87 pages, Stevenson takes us on a journey that we are
likely never to forget, even after years of reading his beautiful