The Monsterjunkies: Sanctuary

The Monsterjunkies Sanctuary A year has passed since the Monsterjunkie family has opened up their mysterious macabre estate to a few trusted souls But Crow and his sister Indigo face new challenges including random acts of crue

  • Title: The Monsterjunkies: Sanctuary
  • Author: Erik Daniel Shein Theresa A. Gates
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A year has passed since the Monsterjunkie family has opened up their mysterious, macabre estate to a few trusted souls But Crow and his sister Indigo face new challenges, including random acts of cruelty and harassment, a secret trauma that haunts Crow, and a shocking crisis with a close friend as they seek sanctuary in the most unexpected and unusual places The MonsterjA year has passed since the Monsterjunkie family has opened up their mysterious, macabre estate to a few trusted souls But Crow and his sister Indigo face new challenges, including random acts of cruelty and harassment, a secret trauma that haunts Crow, and a shocking crisis with a close friend as they seek sanctuary in the most unexpected and unusual places The Monsterjunkies continue their ancestral legacy in the world of cryptozoology, and delight in their quirky, mystical, and charming traditions But can this enchanting family raise their children in a world that is not

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    1. ____________________________________________"Experience is not what happens to you;it's what you do with what happens to you."____________________________________________☆☆☆3.5 JUNKY STARS!☆☆☆You can find the full review and more about this book on my blog!The cover?what can I say.It's one of the worst I have ever seen.It doesn't match with the colors and the font and anything.The book is so much better than the cover,way way better.This is one of those books you should not definitel [...]

    2. Having read the first book in the series I approached this offering with a mixture of excitement and anticipation. I’m happy to report that all the attributes that made me enjoy the first story are still present and have been built upon. A whole year has passed from the previous engrossing events but still obstacles block the path of the family.The outside world’s cruel remarks and actions leave certain members of the family feeling upset while traumas and a crisis also threaten to cause dis [...]

    3. This is a great mysterious book for those who like adventurous, intriguing and full of mystery books! The plot and the characters are great! I recommend it!

    4. kirkusreviews/book-reImagine the smells of sea foam and chocolate-scented orchids meandering through a macabre mansion as raindrops create hidden messages on the towering windows of a Thunderstorm Room you’ve just entered. You swear that one of the gargoyles guarding the front entrance winks at you as you glance out the open windows. It is dusk. A ribbon of bats dances across the sky. You turn around and notice old books written in Latin and German lining the walls alongside a row of framed ph [...]

    5. Fascinating story.I began reading this book as a sample on my Kindle, but had to buy the paperback so I could pass it along to my nephews (ages 16 and under). I'm always looking for well-written age appropriate books for them. This is definitely one of the them. The author does a great job developing the characters while creating a fun and interesting world. I especially enjoyed the themes of inclusion versus inclusion. I also enjoyed the author's touching on real-world conservation issues. Can' [...]

    6. This is book #2 and again, as in book #1, I have nothing but high praise for this tween-centric novel about an unusual family that cares for animals thought to be myths, or extinct. The writer touches on things troubling today's teens--bullying, suicide, dating and growing up. Another theme is how we humans need to care for the earth and all the creatures upon it. The book goes a little overboard on preaching this message, but it's a good one, and hopefully kid readers will take that view to hea [...]

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