Sunday, March 12, 2017

REVIEW: Wrong Side Of The Grave (Mothman Mysteries) By Bryna Butler

Eric Jansen is an alien. Offworlder. Take me to your leader, fall from the sky, space invading, phoning home, UFO jockey. A swipe of the tattoo on his arm will reveal his true form which locals call Mothman, a winged creature formed of ashen gray skin and glowing red eyes. 

So when the recently deceased of Point Pleasant, West Virginia, start walking and talking, the Men in Black mark Eric as suspect number one. It will be up to Eric and the girl-next-door book blogger to solve the mystery before the black suits lock him up and throw away the key.

Are you ready for some campy fun? Fans of Doctor Who will love Wrong Side of the Grave, a suspenseful Teen Sci-Fi Mystery with a paranormal twist. Grade 5 and up. 

Check out the paperback with Special Edition cover designed by Joshua Labello of Envy Ink and behind the scenes commentary on the making of the cover on the author's site.

This was nothing like what I expected. It was full of twists and turns and suprizes. 

You definitely cannot put this down once you start reading it. 

It is full of aliens, vampire's, essentially mib (federal guys), and the dead being re awakened.

The Mothman or Eric is an alien that hunts his food on earth (which just happens to be vampire's).

Then there is his best friend Bridget or I should say his current best friend as we do not know how old this alien really is. She is full of spitfire, and ready to do anything to figure out why the dead are coming back to life. It gets her and her mother into immense amounts of danger.

This author is amazing and I will definitely be looking to read more from this author in the future.

5 stars

Butler's young adult mystery novels feature strong female leads and are woven from elements of horror, suspense, comedy, and mystery, all in a modern, small town setting. She is best known for her Midnight Guardian Series (YA Paranormal Mystery) and Mothman Mysteries (YA Sci-Fi Mystery).

Butler is inspired by writers like Cassandra Clare, Jennifer Armentrout, Rachel Caine, Joss Whedon, and Patricia Briggs. Her work contains no profanity or explicit scenes, making it appropriate for pre-teen as well as teen readers.

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