Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde - Robert Louis Stevenson, Vladimir Nabokov, Dan Chaon Well-known story but I never actually read it before. Not sure what I thought about the format. Some suspense leading up to the final chapters, but in the end Stevenson just lays out the entire story in summation. Had a very "super-villain reveals world-domination plan" sense.

Without the world domination part.

And Mr. Hyde is more of an ordinary villain.

And there didn't seem to be a plan. It all seemed a tad accidental.

Nevertheless, I stay by my claim.