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<a href="" style="float: left; padding-right: 20px"><img alt="Trollhunters" border="0" src="" /></a><a href="">Troll...> by <a href="">Daniel Kraus</a><br/>
My rating: <a href="">5 of 5 stars</a><br /><br />
Trollhunters  by Guillermo del Toro and Daniel Kraus<br>Thank you to NetGalley and Disney Book Group and Disney-Hyperion for the ARC,  Troll  by Guillermo del Toro and Daniel Kraus.  What a spellbinding read! Daniel Kraus has done it again, crafting a horror story where the evil doers are so disgusting, you root for Jim Sturges and his best friend, Tubby, to triumph.  Jim is a very normal teen with an overprotective dad, who suffered the loss of his brother 45 years ago as they rode bikes under a bridge.  When 190 children went missing along with his brother, Jack; Jim’s dad changed.  He outfitted their house with special locks and shutters and has had many hard and fast rules pertaining to safety for as long as Jim can remember.  As Jim and Tub suffer bullying daily at school, other kids are starting to disappear again.  Only now is Jim beginning to believe there really are monsters under his bed and under bridges.  When Jim is called upon to save the missing kids, his lady love and his town; will he be able to muster the courage to be a trollhunter by night?  Can he be  a trollhunter fighting evil beside his 13 year old Uncle Jack and other disgusting monsters?  Teens will love this illustrated, scary book and will want to read more, more, more; I hope a series is in the works!  Highly recommended for those who love horror, building tension, thrilling plot twists and fierce characters.<br>
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