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"The Monsters of Templeton" was published to stellar reviews and went straight to my "read soon" list, where it languished far too long. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Margery L. Goldstein
Wow, an MFA program has produced an author whose books aren't deserving of anything more than being toilet paper. Read morePublished 4 months ago by ReasonableGoatPerson
Great story, page turner, not something I'd normally read. The cover drew me in, but the story kept me reading.Published 9 months ago by alopez.sewell
I picked this book up because of the interesting cover. It was a nice coming of age (belatedly) tale, full of murder, mystery, monsters and scandal. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Riverbank Books
a quick and easy read, wasn't very impressed or swept up in the storyline. overall though I liked the characters, just wish there was more there.Published 13 months ago by Katie Runde
well, this book has many flavors, but the strongest is love.
love of, and love from the lake monster is first and foremost. Read more
I enjoyed this book so much. I wanted to keep reading these unique characters stories they told themselves. Read morePublished 13 months ago by blair