Groovy Reviews: Stop Eight on DC Green’s Monster Blog Tour



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…

‘Welcome to my Biology class!’ – one of 30 pieces of awesome black and white artwork for Monster School by Danny Willis.

‘Welcome to my Biology class!’ – one of 30 pieces of awesome black and white artwork for Monster School by Danny Willis.

Monday, September 30.
DC Green Yarns. Welcome to my Monster Blog Tour.
Tuesday, October 1.
Buzz Words. Super sneaky peek!
Wednesday, October 2.
Dianne Bates. Wacky author interview.
Thursday, October 3.
Dee White. World building.
Friday, October 4.
Erin O’Hara. Zany question time.
Saturday, October 5.
Tania McCartney. Kids’ Book Review. Monstrous author interview.
Sunday, October 6.
Ian Irvine. Plotters versus Pantsers.
Monday, October 7.
Pass It On. Groovy reviews.
Tuesday, October 8.
Michael Gerard Bauer. Writing the perfect first page.
Wednesday, October 9.
Robyn Opie Parnell. Writing a 21st Century Lord of the Rings.
Thursday, October 10.
George Ivanoff. Writing monstrous characters.
Friday, October 11.
Helen Ross. Mixing words and art.
Saturday, October 12.
Wrap party with prizes at my DC Green Author page!

Other Monstrous Links

Ford Street Publishing (for Monster orders): (for a kindle Monsters):
Thanks for your support! – DC Green.

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