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How to Protect Your Neighborhood from Circus Werewolves

(Slug Pie Story #4)

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The circus is in town, and Mick Bogerman has a fail-proof plan to sneak inside the adults-only Macabre Pavilion. But there’s something weird about the A. Linville & Purnima Bros. Circus this year. Angry parents and crying kids exit early by the carload. Maybe it’s the clowns. Yes, they wear the standard stark-white faces and red bulbous noses, but underneath their pain ...more
Paperback, 184 pages
Published September 21st 2016 by Slug Pie Stories LLC
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Sarah
Feb 07, 2017 rated it really liked it
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When I was contacted by the publisher to review this book I was crazy excited to because I have read and reviewed the first three books in the series and absolutely loved them. This book was no different and to be perfectly honest this book has been my favorite so far.

It was great to see that Mick, Finley and their friends were up to their usual shenanigans and back to dealing with paranormal stuff in their little town. These kids have a lot of street smarts and
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Liliana
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Man, I am really loving this series! It’s just so exciting and fun! And seeing as how we’re dealing with kids in a super dangerous situation, it’s also kind of insane (but in a good way)! I honestly cannot believe they went up against these crazy werewolves. It was dangerous AF, but they somehow managed to work together and take them on to save one of their own.

The thing is, the Bogerman brothers are really street smart! Finely in particular shone in this one, in m
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Bruce Gargoyle
I received a copy of this title from the author for review.

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Mick and Finley are excited to go the circus until they hear reports of some very toothy clowns. After making a decision to help someone, the mystery of the clowns is revealed and the boys find themselves in a very hairy situation.

This fourth Slug Pie story features fast-paced adventure, escaping death by the skin of one's teeth and improvised werewolf deflecting weaponry. It's no secret that I love the originality of
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gj indieBRAG
Sep 19, 2017 rated it it was amazing
We are proud to announce that HOW TO PROTECT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD FROM CIRCUS WEREWOLVES by Mick Bogerman is a B.R.A.G.Medallion Honoree. This tells a reader that this book is well worth their time and money!
Kristin Scearce
Oct 15, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Disclaimer: I received an e-copy in exchange for an honest review.

I absolutely love this series, and this one might be my favorite so far. Each one builds on the story, and the more crazy stuff Mick and Finley get into, the more interesting their lives (and everyone's around them) become. This time, there are werewolves to contend with, and it takes the whole group to protect the town. We meet a ton of new characters, hang out with some regulars, and (finally!) learn more about Uncle George than
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Katie Carson
Dec 31, 2016 rated it really liked it
Mick Bogerman, both the author’s penname and the main character in the series, brings us another installment of his middle grade series, this time featuring circus werewolves. The first thing to draw me into the writing was the fantastic voice the author maintains, mostly through a slang-like writing, attempting to imitate the speaking style of a 12-year-old. While some readers may be put off by the slang-y style, it worked really well for the book, primarily because it was used sparingly and di ...more
Krissy
Dec 19, 2016 rated it really liked it
I received a giveaways copy from Goodreads and will give it to my 11-year old nephew. He will love it!

A very fun book that I would have loved to read as an elementary schooler. It reminded me a little of the book The Lancelot Closes at Five by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat (copyright 1976) and also of my beloved McGurk Mysteries by E. W. Hildick. The same kind of good times.

I do wish that there had been girls in the "gang" to vary up the action a bit and to add a different perspective. There are gi
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Mickey "Mick" Bogerman has lived in Beachwood, North Carolina all his life. Mostly he tries to stay out of trouble, but mostly trouble seems to find him anyway. He has a knack for antagonizing scary creatures and girls, not necessarily in that order.
Mick's favorite subjects in school are science (slime, rockets, bugs, and rocks-- what's not to like?), gym class (running, climbing, throwing-- more
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