Genre:Young Adult Fiction
Pages: 204 Pages
Publisher: Seven Guns Press
Except for one thing I am an avid new fan of this series. The one thing, and thankfully I kept reading beyond it, was the rules and beginning warnings of putting the book down if not a monster hunter. I felt it was a bit silly, redundant and not true to the great adventures, emotions, escapades, etc. of this first book to what I imagine is and will continue to be a fantastic series.
I do not have any children or reason such as that for wanting to try this book. The only reason I tried it, is that the book summary sounded AMAZING. I mean adventure, paranormal antics, and a large imagination is clear immediately and stays front and center throughout the book. I read this in one sitting and imagine many others will or do as well. Each page sent us to a new place, emotion, situation where I was rooting for JT, feeling his pain, laughing at the antics of him and his team or just slack jawed at the pure and detailed imagery that Jeff Gunhus liberally provides us his readers.
This book is well written, gripping and I personally feel (as I am not a YA) that it is something that all ages, regardless of genre preference, would enjoy. I say regardless of genre preference because this book touches on family relationship (blood and self-made), courage, adventure, a wee bit of romance, looking beyond the surface of people and events and more. I expected a fun and entertaining read (which it was), but I did not expect to find another series that I wanted to dive into and enjoy along with JT and his friends.
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Disclaimer: I received this book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.