Publish date: October 11th 2010
Publisher: Bastei Lübbe
Pages no: 416
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: The Monstrumologist (#1)
1888. Will Henry ist ein Waisenknabe, der als Assistent bei einem Monstrumologen untergekommen ist. Ein Monstrumologe beschäftigt sich mit Monstern aller Art und begibt sich schon einmal auf die Jagd nach ihnen. Eines Nachts klopft ein Grabräuber an die Tür, weil er hat Schauriges bei seinem Treiben...
Pellinore Warthrop is a jerk, he’s selfish, and completely obsessed with his work. He’s Sherlock, if Sherlock was obsessed with monsters. Even the moment when Warthrop rescued the young woman Kearns used as bait and the way he reacts when Will Henry is almost killed, screamed Sherlock. Sherlock is m...
These are the secrets I have kept. This is the trust I never betrayed. But he is dead now and has been for more than forty years, the one who gave me his trust, the one for whom I kept these secrets. The one who saved me . . . and the one who cursed me.So starts the diary of Will Henry, orphaned ass...
WOO HOO! This book kicked butt. It was gruesome and kind of terrible in certain parts to read (it gets bloody and gory) and when you realize some of these characters are just terrible human beings you kind of despair, but it is exactly what you want in a horror book. It took me a minute to realize w...
Lots of explicit gore and monsters of both the human and inhuman variety made this a fun story to read. Add in the pathos of an orphan boy so starved for love and belonging that he clings to an abusive, neglectful father-figure. The writing style was a bit overwrought. This might be because the auth...
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