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Reviews for G-Man: J. Edgar Hoover and the Making of the American Century

by Beverly Gage

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Jack, June, Quint, Dirk, and Rover are back for another post-monster apocalypse adventure. With Blarg out of the way, it's time for the gang to tackle another task, and this time, Quint suggests they compile a bestiary of all the creatures now swarming earth. While in pursuit of a gigantic worm, they meet another hunter, a monster named Thrull, who rescues them and gives them an old book for their bestiary, suggesting that they should include some of each creature's essence in its entry. In the process of tracking down beasts of all kinds to fill out their book, the gang of kid adventurers learn about a powerful, evil enchanter, Rezzoch, who just might be behind a suddenly missing horde of the undead. With light, snappy narration and dialogue and plenty of comics interludes to mix things up, this fast-paced story trundles along, and the likable cast, lots of adventure, and gooey, oozy monster slime galore keep the pages turning. Fans of the series opener won't want to miss this follow-up.--Scanlon, Donna Copyright 2016 Booklist

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After surviving the first wave of the monster apocalypse (The Last Kids on Earth), Jack Sullivan should be happy that the zombies are disappearing. But if the zombies are getting their brains sucked out by a mysterious shrieking force, Jack and his friends could be next. Icky monster humor is balanced with well-developed characters in this illustrated novel. (c) Copyright 2017. The Horn Book, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.