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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 1 month 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 1 month 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 6 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 7 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 9 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 10 months ago by blair