MONSTER HIGH: WHERE THERE'S A WOLF, THERE'S A WAY - LISI HARRISON - REVIEW

Book: Monster High 3: Where there's a wolf, there's a way
Author: Lisi Harrison
Publisher: ATOM
ISBN: 9781907410659
Rating: C+


The frighteningly hip teenage children of the world's most famous monsters have gathered together under one roof...to brave the horrors of high school! Always overshadowed by her six brothers and her fab friends, Clawdeen Wolf plans to finally strut her stuff in the spotlight at her upcoming Sweet Sixteen bash. But after The Ghoul Next Door goes viral, it's into the woods for the family Wolf. Clawdeen goes stir crazy lying low at her family's B&B with her annoying brothers until Lala shows up to keep her company. But is the vamp flirting with Claude?!


Let me just start with the fact that this book was purely amazing. I hadn't read the past two, though I had wanted to and I absolutely adored this one. I will definitely be getting the next one in the series if possible.


This book can be a stand alone because I understood every single bit of it and even started to gather some of what had happened in the previous book. This book is funny, quick, fast paced and something light and fresh that you can sent down to read after a hard days work. A breath of fresh air, and I loved it.


It follows a couple of characters and it is just a wonderful novel that follows plenty of stuff that could happen to any normal teenagers but with  twist. They're all supernatural monsters. And then you get Frankie Stein who is still sort off finding her place because she isn't a typical supernatural monster but a made one.


Now as a first introduction (for me) to the world I was pleasantly surprised to find that it ways some dark gothic town deluded int he middle of nowhere. It was in fact a very normal town. I was also happy with the characters, all well built and quite nice to hear speaking to you. As for the story, it was told well and efficiently and I could see it playing out in my head the whole time. The book gripped me in it's claws, pardon the pun.


Overall I really did like the book and would love to see more of the series and discover the hidden stories to Frankie, Cleo Billy and the others!


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