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Review: Charlie Sullivan and the Monster Hunters: Witch Moon by D.C. McGannon and C. Michael McGannon

March 4, 2018

Review: Charlie Sullivan and the Monster Hunters: Witch Moon by D.C. McGannon and C. Michael McGannon

About the Book:

Across an ocean the portal village of Drakauragh suffers under dark magic and vengeful gods. An ancient terror threatens our world once again. If the rising darkness has its way, the light of day will fail.
A plea has been sent to the Monster Hunters of Hunter’s Grove.
Hope is dim.
These are dark times indeed. The light is fading.
The Witch Moon rises.

My thoughts:

Loving this series. Book two is just as fabulous as the first. Now with witches and werewolves, and the surprise return of a much loved character. Charlie is stepping up as a leader and the Monster Hunters are faced with a new mission, more dangerous than they’ve ever faced before. This time they are forced to travel to another land at the behest of townspeople who are in desperate need of Monster Hunter help. But Lisa is still in mourning, and Charlie riddled with guilt. How can the team work together when forces from within are driving them apart.

D.C. McGannon and C. Michael McGannon have done what is often difficult. Following up a great first book with an even better second. Full of action, adventure, magic and scary monsters this is a great book for both the young at heart and the young. Girls and boys will really enjoy this story as will families too.

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