May 25, 2015

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Monster Squad: The Iron Golem #Kindle book review

Monsters. Mad Scientists. Danger.

Dark forces are converging on the sleepy town of Autumn’s Hallow. Monsters in the woods, mad scientists on the loose and sinister minions lurk. Four young friends must band together to uncover a secret plot that threatens them, the town they live in and the people they love. It’s up to Blaine Davis, Daschle Gaunt, Shelley Merry and Drake Harker, heirs to fantastic powers to stop an evil that threatens to consume the world. Can the Monster Squad thwart the evil Victor von Frankenstein in time? Find out in Book 1 of an exciting new series!

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I thought my son would love this book, little did I know that I would love this book as well.   I admit it, I got this book partly because of the cult classic 1987 movie, "The Monster Squad".  I was hoping it would be as great as the movie and draw my son into reading it, even though it had nothing to do with the movie!  It is a tad bit similar, to the fact that there is a group of kids in each that are noticing strange occurrences and believe monsters are the cause of it. 

Blaine, Shelley, Kevin, and Dash all attend the same middle school.  When strange things start happening in the area, like creatures lurking into the woods, Grimm Academy wanting to host exchange students and how this all ties to the 1938, a spaceship crash-lands in Roswell, New Mexico.  Is all these things coincidence or is it something this gang of kids need to check out.  This book has it all, monsters, aliens, big foot and more.  Kids will love the storyline and be left wanting more.  My son since finishing this book has has asked for when the next one will be out.  A little book nerd like mommy!

Dislosure:  I received a digital copy of this book from NetGalley for review purposes 


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