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The Curse of the Wendigo by Rick Yancey
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Sep 18, 2011

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Read from September 18 to 19, 2011

Mini Book Review: Well, I definitely enjoyed this more than the Monstrumologist based solely on the fact that it wasn't as graphic. The storyline was a lot more fast paced and easier to read, less Victorian Gothic. There was a lot more scenes dealing with the relationship between Will Henry and the Dr, and you really started to actually feel that the Dr was more of a human character and less of a caricature. I now am actually looking forward to The Isle of Blood which Simon and Schuster has sent me for review. Just a warning this is still a quite dark and often depressing series, and definitely not for the sensitive or squeamish reader. But the writing is outstanding and the plot highly original. These would be great fit for male YA readers who like some gore and excitement.

3.5 Dewey's

I borrowed this through the Inter-library Loan service at the Albion Bolton Public Library

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