In the middle of it…The Monstrumologist by Richard Yancey

Young William Henry is the apprentice to Pellinore Warthrop, a monstrumologist. Just what is a monstrumologist, you ask? It’s basically a scientist who studies monsters. Yup, you heard me right: monsters. In The Monstrumologist, William Henry assists Dr. Warthrop as he attempts to track down and eliminate a pack of Anthropophagi–headless maneaters whose shark-like mouths are situated … Continue reading

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In the middle of it…Beautiful creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl

 There are many reasons why Ethan Wate should stay away from Lena Duchannes:   She is living with her uncle, the town recluse and eccentric in what closely resembles a haunted mansion, thus making her an outcast by association. The Southern belles who rule the school are convinced that she’s a witch and are trying to get … Continue reading

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In the middle of it…The roar by Emma Clayton

Since his twin’s disappearance a year ago, Mika hasn’t felt complete. Everyone, his parents included, thinks that Elli is dead. Mika however, is convinced that Elli lives. Convinced that it somehow has a connection to Elli, he begins playing a video game called Podfighter. It’s hard to talk about Emma Clayton’s The roar without giving anything … Continue reading