Monsterland by Michael Okon

I voluntarily offer my unbiased opinion about Monsterland. I would like to thank the publisher and author for this complimentary copy in exchange for my honest review.

This book has it all. Zombies, Werewolves and Vampires. Some people all around the world picked up this life altering virus. It was killing the global economy taking care of the infected and keeping them contaminated.

The story revolves around a group oh High School students going to the opening of Monsterland. The new theme park features real monster and has sites opening internationally all at the same time.

Things do not go well. Or do they? The characters are all well developed. Even among the monsters. There is violence of course but that is to be expected. Easy read.

Haunted Highways by Tom Ogden

I expected a bunch of scary short stories. That is not what this book is. The reader learns the story. Where it came from or how it started. This book is a collection of legions from all over the world. The common factor is they all somehow relate to transport. I’m so much more informed about stories I never even knew about. Nonfiction explanation of fictional legions is the best way to explain this. The end of the book had all the books used to put this one together. Readers can continue their scary short story journey if they choose.