The Monsters In Your Neighborhood

The Monsters In Your Neighborhood Review

As one of Frankenstein’s Creatures, Natalie Gray knows that unique parts sometimes make up a great whole. Still, leading a diverse support group for monsters—now including Cthulhu!—isn’t an easy task. Especially not since the internet arrived.

New York City embraces the different and the bizarre. Still, even for such a fun-loving city, the supernatural and monstrous might be a bit too much. It’s been six months since the members of “Club Monstrosity” overcame the most recent spate of anti-monster violence and they’ve reestablished their routine of meeting in a church basement once a week to (ugh!) talk about their feelings. Still, they also know a war against them is brewing.

Natalie and Alec (the werewolf) have begun dating, and the mummies Kai and Rehu are tighter than a bug in a…well, bandage. But when modern means (YouTube, Twitter, bits and bytes) are used to chilp away at the solidarity of these ancient monsters, it’s up to Natalie to save the day. #MonstersInNewYork may be trending on Twitter, but this girl’s trending toward saving the day…somehow.

Title:The Monsters In Your Neighborhood
Edition Language:English

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  • Bonnie

    My rating: 3.5 of 5 starsA copy of The Monsters In Your Neighborhood was provided to me by Pocket Star/Edelweiss for review purposes.The Monsters in Your Neighbor picks up right where Club Monstrosity...

  • Heidi

    Three and a half stars: A fast paced and entertaining adventure with all your favorite monsters. It has been six months since the Van Helsing attack on the Club Monstrosity support group. The monsters...

  • Beth

    Wow! What a quirky, fun take on the monsters living among the city throng of New York City.You might not know this but the “monsters” of your nightmares have taken residence right next door. They ...

  • Mogsy (MMOGC)

    If you ever find yourself with some time on a lazy afternoon, in the mood for a book that's light, funny and just a little silly, I highly recommend the Monstrosity series by Jesse Petersen. They're s...

  • AH

    Initial thoughts: The premise of this series is quite original. A bunch of "monsters" meet for a support group in a church basement. You have a vampire, a werewolf, a couple of mummies, a swamp creatu...

  • Cat Russell  (Addicted2Heroines)

    I loved this! It was such a fun story with a lot of laugh-out-loud moments, a mystery with plenty of twists, and the introduction of two new monsters that I hope we'll see more of in future installmen...

  • Donald Armfield

    The story starts out 6 months later from where the last one left off. The Van Helsings are causing drama trying to expose the monsters. Half way through the group starts to turn on each other with all...

  • Ziggy Nixon

    3,5++ stars! Even more fun than the first book!What's not to like about 'TMIYN'? The Wolf Man and one of Frankenstein's creations are DATING (guess who gets the PMS?), their whole monster help group l...

  • Dark Faerie Tales

    Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales.Quick & Dirty: It’s the age old battle of monsters versus humans, but brand new technology gives provides unexpected leverage.Opening Sentence: If only the Blob ...

  • Jaki

    When last we met Natalie, Alec, Kai, Drake and Linda, they had discovered the Van Helsings were behind the murders of their fellow monsters. And now the Van Helsings have declared all out war on the m...