Jack Templar and the Monster Hunter Academy

Fans of the first book will like the second one as well. Of course it starts out with the funny remark, “The simple act of reading this book will attract monsters to you and give them the go-ahead to attack.” Also nice to see one of the female characters, Eva, pop up at the beginning of the first chapter.

The story line picks up where the first one ended. Not only is this book action-filled, but the main character, Jack, has a few questions about his parents and struggles to get to the answers as quickly as he can. I couldn’t help but notice the inspiration that the author might have derived from Harry Potter’s story. They should make a movie about it. As the story goes on, I saw the character mature and grow, even more than in the first book. Definitely very enjoyable, well-written, and even funny at times.

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