The Adventures of Kyle McGerrt: Hunt for the Ghoulish Bartender

The Adventures of Kyle McGerrt Hunt for the Ghoulish Bartender An army of the undead is gathering outside the town of Boonesville Thanks to a special medallion left to him by his father sixteen year old Kyle McGerrt is the only one who stands a chance against Ba

  • Title: The Adventures of Kyle McGerrt: Hunt for the Ghoulish Bartender
  • Author: Charles Day
  • ISBN: 9780984978298
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Paperback
  • An army of the undead is gathering outside the town of Boonesville Thanks to a special medallion left to him by his father, sixteen year old Kyle McGerrt is the only one who stands a chance against Bart Shires and his ghoulish soldiers But following in his father s footsteps won t be easy Charles Day brings a wicked sense of fun and a real talent for wild horror fantasyAn army of the undead is gathering outside the town of Boonesville Thanks to a special medallion left to him by his father, sixteen year old Kyle McGerrt is the only one who stands a chance against Bart Shires and his ghoulish soldiers But following in his father s footsteps won t be easy Charles Day brings a wicked sense of fun and a real talent for wild horror fantasy adventure Weird, crazy and totally enjoyable Jonathan Maberry, New York Times Bestselling author of Rot Ruin and Fire Ash Day adds to the Weird Western genre, a funny, tense, surprisingly philosophical, and first page to last fun, the likes of which we haven t seen since Joe Lansdale took us back to the early days of Mud Creek Bram Stoker Award Winner Gary A Braunbeck, To Each Their Darkness and A Cracked and Broken Path Charles Day has established himself as a maestro of the weird western He s serving up the chills in this one, folks If you re not scared by Charles Day s ghouls, you re made of sterner stuff than I Joe McKinney, author of Inheritance and The Savage Dead In The Hunt for the Ghoulish Bartender, Charles Day melds fantasy, horror, and the Old West into a macabre tale of justice, murder, retribution, and redemption Young Adults of all ages should enjoy this very different coming of age tale Patrick Freivald Author of Twice Shy and Special Dead A rip roaring weird western populated with fascinating characters, unique creatures, and a wonderful mash up of genres A fast paced read sure to please young adult readers I look forward to the rest of the trilogy and the further adventures of Kyle McGertt Taylor Grant, Award Winning Writer, Filmmaker Unless I m dreaming, a city guy from Long Island has just delivered an authentic vision of the Old West Only in Charles Day s West, the ghouls are lurking I could smell the gunpowder and saddle leather just as easily as I could scream in fright THE GHOULISH BARTENDER is now on duty, and his customers are running up tabs of terror Eric Shapiro, author of THE DEVOTED and STORIES FOR THE END OF THE WORLD In THE HUNT FOR THE GHOULISH BARTENDER, the first book in a new YA series chronicling the adventures of Kyle McGertt, Charles Day has written a wonderfully strange western novel, complete with dark mysticism and six shooters and an overwhelming sense of peril No doubt fans will be waiting anxiously for the next book in the series Aric Sundquist, author of THE END OF AUTUMN Young Kyle McGertt hunts the supernatural with the aid of visions from his father s magical medallion, and charismatic Bart Shires is next on the list Will Kyle capture this diabolical fugitive, or will he fall prey to the ghoulish bartender Charles Day takes his readers for a thrill ride with this exciting Western tale of horror and magic Chantal Noordeloos, Author of the forthcoming, COYOTE, THE OUTLANDER New territory has been paved within the YA genre, and it s purveyor is Charles Day Though a relatively short novel, THE HUNT FOR THE GHOULISH BARTENDER is jam packed with pillage, guns, a wayward saloon, classic heroes, and a bit of blood I m witnessing first hand the evolution of Charles Day s writing, and it s wonderful J Daniel Stone, author of THE ABSENCE OF LIGHT

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    1 thought on “The Adventures of Kyle McGerrt: Hunt for the Ghoulish Bartender”

    1. Mobi/YA Horror: It's a fairly good book, but kinda violent for younger kids; probably 15 and up. There's a lot of drinking going on of two varieties, blood and booze. There's only one kind of eating: human flesh. The book is the beginning of a series and it does end; which I like. It does have a slight cliffhanger to the next book like the old serials TV used to have (and Lost). Charles Day has a good writing style and the book was easy to follow. You don't meet Kyle until a quarter way through [...]

    2. The Hunt for the Ghoulish Bartender starts off at a neck-break pace (unfortunately for some in the book) and never slows down. While evil seems to have the upper hand around every turn, Kyle McGerrt has his wits, his training, and a medallion that gives him visions to help even the playing field. Throw in a setting of the old west and you have yourself a story that will have you weary of any stranger that doesn't show their teeth when they smile.

    3. The book was good if you're into ghoulish-western type books. Bart was a great character. I like all of the details in the book and the action. Kyle was a good character, he was part of the action.Altogether the book is a 3 * for me.

    4. I won this book from First Reads.For me it was a fast, easy read. I enjoyed the story as an introduction to a series. At times it reminded me a bit of an episode of Supernatural. It would have been nice if it had been a bit longer.

    5. I read this short novel and came to the end where It said, to be continuede first book was good, but I don't think I'll pick up the next one.

    6. The old Indian chief had all good, vengeful intentions in mind when he cursed Bart Shires with his dying breath.However, instead of creating a mindless monster that would eliminate its own race, Bart becomes even worse: an intelligent ghoul that can propagate and run an entire army of his own. And his tastes go beyond the people of European descent--ol’ Bart hates everyone, except as unwilling dinner guests. From a gang of heartless outlaws to a gentle Baptist preacher, he does not discriminat [...]

    7. Remember the days when you were a child, and you played Cowboys and Indians? Those summers were always worry free and never ending for me. They were times that my imagination could pour from my soul and new realities were created for a couple of hours. Sometimes I long for those days again.Last night I finished reading The Adventures of Kyle McGerrt: Hunt for the Ghoulish Bartender, and once again, I relived those youthful days of retreating into my imagination and becoming a hero that the world [...]

    8. Another great read from Charles Day, introducing us to his western side, now I was slower to read this one, not because it didn't have pace or was hard to get into, it's just I have only got into the western genre properly about a year ago. This the first in the trilogy of young Kyle Mcgerrt a young teen just turned the age of 16 forced to become a man early in the harshest of times, losing his Father to a band of outlaws and with the passing down of a powerful medallion which helped his Father [...]

    9. This book by Charles Day comes out swinging and never slows down. His ability to set a scene is unmatched and his characters really jump off the page. I'm looking forward to seeing where The Adventures of Kyle McGerrt take him. I thoroughly enjoyed this quick read and highly recommend it. I would give it 6 stars if I could!!!

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