DC Green’s Monster School has only been in bookstores for six days, but the reviews so far have been uniformly five-star…
‘I loved this book. I fell in love with the wonderful cast of monster characters. When I finished, I wanted more – I wanted the second book in the series. This is one book I wish I’d written. Well done, D.C., for writing a classic.’
– Robyn Opie Parnell, Goodreads.
‘A wild, wise-cracking ride. I loved it.’
– Ian Irvine.
‘A monster mash of hilariously epic proportions… Readers, young and old, will recognise many students/young people, with whom they have interacted and relish the humour and innate sense of justice expressed through the characters and their actions. this one will be a real winner with both boys and girls. The characters are endearing, despite their monstrous attributes and the reader becomes fully engaged with the whole adventure – and who can resist a fully grown dragon? Magnificent, dangerous and wise, Kalthazari completely dominates the climax. Highly recommended for capable readers from 10+.’
– Sue Warren, teacher-librarian, Just So Stories.
‘Fast moving, exciting and drops information at just the right rate… Altogether, great fun, with the usual DCG mix of big-hearted weirdness.’
– Sally Odgers.
‘A mind blowing adventure with twists and turns of all kinds. Kids of all ages will enjoy this fantastic book.’
– Liam, aged 11.
‘Jam-packed with action and adventure… From the first to the last page you’ll be hooked in and barracking for PT and the Dead Gang.’
– Matt Porter, Goodreads.
‘DC Green has a truly frightening imagination… Wrapped up in grossness and humour, MonsterSchool is a story about acceptance, tolerance and how the little people can make a difference. Hilarious and disgusting, middle-school readers will love it!’
– Claire Saxby, Aussie Reviews.
‘MonsterSchoolis a rollicking read, filled with snappy dialogue and wonderfully witty characters that illustrator, Willis, has captured to a ‘T’. In true Ford Street style, this latest addition to their catalogue is a beautifully illustrated and tightly-woven read that will find a loyal legion of fans.’
– Jenny Mounfield, Pass It On.
‘It’s fast, funny and FREAKY!’
– DC Green.
Monster Blog Tour Dates
Below is the updated blog tour list, with last week’s posts already online and a fresh week of posts to look forward to…
Monday, September 30.
DC Green Yarns. Welcome to my Monster Blog Tour. http://dcgreenyarns.blogspot.com.au/
Tuesday, October 1.
Buzz Words. Super sneaky peek! http://www.buzzwordsmagazine.com/
Wednesday, October 2.
Dianne Bates. Wacky author interview. http://diannedibates.blogspot.com.au/
Thursday, October 3.
Dee White. World building. http://deescribewriting.wordpress.com/
Friday, October 4.
Erin O’Hara. Zany question time. http://erinmoiraohara.wordpress.com/
Saturday, October 5.
Tania McCartney. Kids’ Book Review. Monstrous author interview. http://www.kids-bookreview.com/
Sunday, October 6.
Ian Irvine. Plotters versus Pantsers.
Monday, October 7.
Pass It On. Groovy reviews. https://jackiehoskingpio.wordpress.com/
Tuesday, October 8.
Michael Gerard Bauer. Writing the perfect first page. http://michaelgerardbauer.wordpress.com/
Wednesday, October 9.
Robyn Opie Parnell. Writing a 21st Century Lord of the Rings. http://robynopie.blogspot.com.au/
Thursday, October 10.
George Ivanoff. Writing monstrous characters. http://georgeivanoff.com.au/
Friday, October 11.
Helen Ross. Mixing words and art.
Saturday, October 12.
Wrap party with prizes at my DC Green Author page! http://www.facebook.com/DCGreenAuthor
Other Monstrous Links
Ford Street Publishing (for Monster orders): http://www.fordstreetpublishing.com
Amazon.com (for a kindle Monsters): http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FDKBTVQ
Monsters @ Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4527538.D_C_Green
Thanks for your support! – DC Green.