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A Chimney Sweep, Her Golem, and a House of 100 Chimneys
I picked up Sweep - The Story of a Girl and Her Monster by Jonathan Auxier for a couple of reasons. One, the story sounded REALLY good, and two, I was looking for something that might appeal to my kids. The story of a chimney sweep and her golem set in London in the 1800s sounded too good to pass by, so I grabbed it and plugged in my earbuds. The… Read More
Reviewed by: Morgan Hobbes
Reviewed on: 8th of November, 2021

A Menagerie of Monsters and Mayhem
Monster is the second book by A. Lee Martinez I've purchased in a few months, and I suspect I'll have more in my collection before long. In the mood for something monstery, I jumped into this Scooby-Doo style adventure where magic and monsters are real. Just most people don't tend to notice them. Judy is working the late shift at an out-of-the-way convenience store when a yeti appears in the freezer… Read More
Reviewed by: Morgan Hobbes
Reviewed on: 5th of November, 2021

It's the End of the World... Again!
The Prince Has No Pants, written by Matthew Howry, has been sitting in my list of audiobooks to buy eventually for a while now, and when it came up in the 2-for-1 sale on Audible, I grabbed it plus a bunch of others I'd been mulling over. The premise is right smack in the types of books I've been enjoying recently, and after listening to it, I'm hoping to hear… Read More
Reviewed by: Morgan Hobbes
Reviewed on: 1st of November, 2021

Fast-Paced Mayhem with the Night Shift
Much like the first books in the series, book 3 of the 24/7 Demon Mart, Angel Trouble by D.M. Guay, hardly pauses for a breath as Lloyd, DeeDee, and Kevin careen from one insane catastrophe to another. Massive props to the narrator too, who had to pronounce Zackumzaphielhermesiappotholonian multiple times. At least Guay cut him some slack and let the fallen Angel of Death (well, one of them) have a… Read More
Reviewed by: Morgan Hobbes
Reviewed on: 30th of October, 2021

Hank Hangs on While the Station Gets Seriously Exclusive
After finishing book 3, it was straight onto book 4 of the Hard Luck Hank series - Suck My Cosmos. Belvaille has moved on yet again and is now moving towards an aristocracy. Hank only manages to still live there because he's the oldest living continuous citizen and the toffs seem to enjoy that. Assisted by the universes most sought-after butler, a Dredel Led (robot) named Cliston, Hank finds his… Read More
Reviewed by: Morgan Hobbes
Reviewed on: 25th of October, 2021

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