Meet Monster. Meet Judy. Two humans who don't like each other much, but together must fight dragons, fire-breathing felines, trolls, Inuit walrus dogs, and a crazy cat lady - for the future of the universe.Monster runs a pest control agency. He's overworked and has domestic troubles - like... show more
Meet Monster. Meet Judy. Two humans who don't like each other much, but together must fight dragons, fire-breathing felines, trolls, Inuit walrus dogs, and a crazy cat lady - for the future of the universe.Monster runs a pest control agency. He's overworked and has domestic troubles - like having the girlfriend from hell.Judy works the night shift at the local Food Plus Mart. Not the most glamorous life, but Judy is happy. No one bothers her and if she has to spell things out for the night-manager every now and again, so be it.But when Judy finds a Yeti in the freezer aisle eating all the Rocky Road, her life collides with Monster's in a rather alarming fashion. Because Monster doesn't catch raccoons; he catches the things that go bump in the night. Things like ogres, trolls, and dragons.Oh, and his girlfriend from Hell? She actually is from Hell.
Publish date: February 1st 2010
Pages no: 342
Edition language: English
Bei ihrer Nachtschicht im Supermarkt entdeckt Judy einen Yeti im Gefrierschrank. Nur ein blauhäutiger Tierfänger namens Monster kann jetzt noch helfen. Doch der zieht Judy mitten hinein ins Chaos. Gemeinsam müssen sie gegen japanische Oger, Feuer speiende Katzen, Walrosshunde und eine verrückte äone...
I don't usually read books twice, but I enjoy this one. It's a fun, entertaining, light read that could be described as Ghostbusters and Ugly Americans. I highly suggest if you want to smile through your afternoon.
What a treat! I had never heard of this author, but the book fell into my hands through a good scavenge. The cover looked promising and it really delivered! As many others have said, I devoured this book in about two days. All the different "cryptobiological" creatures were so fantastic. The only re...
Three and a half stars. An interesting book with a host of unusual characters. We follow the adventures of Judy, a clerk at a fast-food mart and Monster, a freelance monster hunter. I felt the characters come to life and were unique, but I didn't find them sympathetic--it was hard to care too much a...
Anyone who keeps up with my reading knows I’m a fan of A. Lee Martinez. He manages to mix the funny with the dramatic very well, enough so that he creates his own little sub-genre, one that I really enjoy. Part of me was initially concerned over whether or not he could recreate the charm of Gil’s ...