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Beautifully written, and a wonderfully horrific story.
In Rick Yancey's The Isle of Blood, the third book in the Monstrumologist series, you get to see just how far Warthrop will take his young apprentice, Will Henry.
If you've read the other Monstrumologist books, Isle of Blood is another satisfying entry into the series.
I love this author! I'm more interested n his 5th Wave Series, but this one is good as well. He is definitely a gifted author, and I'm happy to have discovered him . . . Read morePublished 3 months ago by Deborah Kapp Beasley
long and drawn out without half the appeal of the original. very disappointingPublished 6 months ago by rudi
I've said it in other reviews, but Rick Yancey is one of my new favorite writers. I'm glad to have discovered him after he has so many books out so that I can keep reading his... Read morePublished 10 months ago by MommyBookReviews
Another great story of the monstrumologist and his steadfast assistant. Couldn't not put it down. Pretty heady stuff for a young adult story, and a forty-something male teacher. Read morePublished 11 months ago by JL
Loved this! Yancey has again treated me to a wonderful Gothic horror novel full of the flavor of the 19th century. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Barb Lawrence
Since he started the Munstrumologist series, I've been hooked on the unique voice and story premise. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Daniel Krippene
I enjoyed this book, it had lots of twists and turns. Some unexpected things come up as your reading. Look forward to the next one.Published 14 months ago by Chris L. James