Marsh Reports on Dean Lorey's Nightmare Academy: Monster Hunters
Charlie has a gift. He has been able to bring monsters through portals while he slept since he was very young. He's always felt alone. But he has learned that there are others like him. He is sent to a school called Nightmare Academy where he learns to control his powers.
Charlie accidentally opens a portal and a Class Five (the worst type of monster) Netherstalker starts to walk through. But just in time, Charlie slams the portal shut, cutting the monster's hand off.
The monster's wrist had an important artifact on it--the artifact allows the monsters to communicate with other species of monsters. The Netherstalker demands Charlie return the artifact or they will kill his parents. Can Charlie save them? Find out in Nightmare Academy: Monster Hunters.
I think Monster Hunters had the perfect amount of action and some suspense to weigh it out. I liked how detailed it was. What I really liked was the main character, Charlie. He was very heroic and determined at times. I can't wait to read the second book. I give Nightmare Academy: Monster Hunters five out of five monsters.
To find this book check your school or local library, or you can find it at your local Indie Bookstore!
To find out more about this author and the Nightmare Series visit- http://deanlorey.com/home/