Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Review: The Monster Apocalypse (Grisly High #3) by Brian Rowe

The Monster Apocalypse by Brian  Rowe 

Book: The Monster Apocalypse (Grisly High #3)
Author: Brian Rowe
Publisher: Brian Rowe/Createspace
Rating: 5 Stars
Level: Young Adult
Source: e-book Review Copy

Summary from Goodreads: 
Do you like ghosts? Or witches? Or aliens? Or werewolves? They're all here... just in time... for the Monster Apocalypse!

Brin Skar thought she defeated the vampires, and she thought she escaped the zombies, but as it turns out... the horrors have only just begun.

When Brin learns that Droz has kidnapped Paul, as well as her own mother, she decides her only choice is to return to Bodie Ghost Town. Joined by Ash, Anaya, Mr. Barker, and others, she sets out to destroy the evil clan leader... in the grisliest showdown of all.

Here it is... the epic final chapter of the Grisly High trilogy!

My Review:
The Monster Apocalypse is a rollarcoaster ride of humor, gore, romance and monsters.

In this one, Brin and her friends are first hiding out at Grisly High after their encounter with the zombies at the golf course. When they find their former teacher Mr. Barker they all decide that they need to get out of there away from the zombies. Paul, a vampire who has been staying with Brin and Brin's mom have been taken by Paul's evil vampire father Droz. He wants to make Brin's mom a vampire and his bride. They need to go back to Bodie Ghost Town to rescue them before it's too late.

This is where the adventure starts. Their road trip to Bodie is filled with excitement, humor and tmi (too much information) moments. I found myself laughing out loud a lot of the time. Along the way we get to meet some new and interesting characters. They come across a troll, a witch, a werewolf and some aliens. But lets not forget the vampires and zombies.

Anaya, who we met in the first book, has become a favorite character of mine. Although I really didn't like her in the first book, she has come a long way. The things she says and does is just too funny. Then there is Brin's best friend Ash, who loves to quote movies. And who can not like Brin, she never gives up and is just an all around great character.

Brian Rowe has such an imagination, his books are so unique. I have been reading his books for a while and he never disappoints. This e-book was provided to me by the author for review. This did not affect my review in any way.

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