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review Monsters of Elsewhere 103 ✓ [Download] ✤ Monsters of Elsewhere ➸ Matthew Waldram – There is a land – let's call it Elsewhere – that is in no small amount of trouble Giant wolves are tearing villages apart a monster king is bringing his army across the sea to capture the legendar There is a land – let's call Ppeared Henry Whistler was eight when he got lost at a bus station in Hounslow There his adventure began For that was when he met the exiled invisible man the monster swordsman and the girl with the bright red hair Now a grown up Monsters of PDFEPUB or. I really enjoyed this book An entertaining blend of Gaiman Pratchett and some good old fashioned adventure fantasy My biggest regret is that it is unillustrated I would love to see Elsewhere An Illustrated Natural History I also felt like some of the surprises were a bit overly telegraphed It felt like an awkward amount of suspense given the fairly obvious foreshadowing Less of one or the other could have improved things a bit As far as I know this is a standalone book which can be rare to find in the fantasy genre today I hope it stays that way I liked the way the book wrapped up the plot but still had a dollop of mystery in the ending But I would definitely welcome books set in Elsewhere It seems like a world with definite opportunity for stories

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Henry's childhood adventure is a faded memory until his fiancée vanishes Until he is drawn into another world Until he is pursued by a blind assassin – with only a monster and a dead man for company across a land that is in no small amount of trouble. This was a fun well written sweetly crafted twist on the traditional fairy tale story I think what I enjoyed most was that it wasn't exactly far fetched and dependent upon stereotypes or tropes but rather written with an eye to humour realism as much as can exist in a fantasy world and characters with true development I want to say that the ending was tied up too neatly for my tastes but ultimately I can't as it was just as charming and sweet as the rest of the tale Definitely worth reading and as enjoyable a first entry as any I've read I am uite curious to see what else Waldram comes out with

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Monsters of ElsewhereThere is a land – let's call it Elsewhere – that is in no small amount of trouble Giant wolves are tearing villages apart a monster king is bringing his army across the sea to capture the legendary Hall of Glass and the High Lord has completely disa. I do not care to write reviews but to have completed this debut and found less than 20 ratings waiting was a terrible thing ThusThis is a wonderful book though one I know to be very flawed nonetheless Stronger story editing would certainly have given it a even and cohesive feel and there were times when I noticed certain devices and techniues being repeatedly used to their detraction This novel’s self published roots run deepYet I suspect that I will remember Monsters of Elsewhere for a long time to come and I wonder if that same lack of constraint that led to those mishaps was the exact same freedom that permitted the author to create a vision that feels so genuinely uniue This novel is about the journey recapping its plot would be doing you a disservice so know only that I followed the protagonists development and the supporting character's vignettes with unrepentant glee throughout and having now finished the story I can safely say that I enjoyed every minuteFor all the niggles noticed I never lost that sense of fun and I think everyone can occasionally use a book like that in their life It warmed my heart I hope it might warm yours