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Ty Drago
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BuckeyeAngel
BuckeyeAngel rated it 3 years ago
I found this collection a good read as well as a good scare. Some you thought about even after reading the last page. The stories are short but give all the information that is needed. From looking for Bigfoot or a video game who brings an evil Santa, or a bad boy getting a visit from Krampus. Also ...
sensitivemuse
sensitivemuse rated it 7 years ago
It’s recommended you read the first book (Rise of the Corpses) before you jump into this one. You’ll understand things more and there are a lot of references from the previous book in this one as well. (Besides, it was a great book to read! why not try it?)This book was just as good as the first one...
Book Loving Mom
Book Loving Mom rated it 7 years ago
This is a sequel and though you could read it without reading the first one, you will be missing a lot of information from the first. This was a very fun, action packed book. I enjoyed the characters and the storyline. Will is a tough kid, and The Queen of the Dead is one awesome villain. This book ...
Writing and Reading and Editing, O My!
Danielle has a gift for putting writing tips and tricks in simple, straightforward, and reassuring ways. Her vivid, funny personality comes through clearly in this book, as well as in her fiction; I found it an enjoyable read and would strongly recommend it to all my writing-inclined friends.
Sliding Fingers
Sliding Fingers rated it 13 years ago
A satisfying historical fiction set in 1776 France. Despite a blurb on Drago's "Phobos" book, "The Franklin Affair" is Drago's actual first novel. Then again, I'm again getting that information from the book itself, and I do not doubt that I might somehow run across yet another "true" first novel at...
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