Monthly Archives: March 2012

book reviews – THE MONSTRUMOLOGIST and THE CURSE OF THE WENDIGO

The first installment in Rick Yancey’s series about a young boy working for a scientist who hunts monsters is an incredibly impressive novel. Set in the late 19th century, The Monstrumologist recounts the grisly exploits of twelve year-old orphan Will … Continue reading

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book review – SHIP BREAKER

After a conversation about the trouble I was having finding good books for older teenage boys, a friend sent me a link to an interview with author Paolo Bacigalupi. As soon as I was done reading the interview (which you … Continue reading

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book reviews – THE ENEMY and THE DEAD

Hands down, Charlie Higson’s The Enemy is one of the best YA books I’ve ever read. It also happens to be one of the best horror books I’ve read as well. In something of a cross between Lord of the … Continue reading

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I Needed a Hero

True story: several of the rejections that I got for Darius Logan: Super Justice Force made mention of how difficult it was for certain editors to relate to Darius. None of them came out and said they couldn’t relate to … Continue reading

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