"A must read for all young adult fiction fans!" Lauren Lynne, author of The Recalcitrant Project
"… rollicking good fun. A great story of friendship, love, and sacrifice." Laurie Bell, author of The Butterfly Stone
Across an ocean the portal village of Drakauragh suffers under dark magic and vengeful gods.
An ancient terror threatens our world once again. If the rising darkness has its way, the light of day will fail.
A plea has been sent to the Monster Hunters of Hunter's Grove.
Hope is dim.
These are dark times indeed. The light is fading.
The Witch Moon rises.
Join Charlie Sullivan and his friends in their continuing adventure to ward off evil and find hope in a dark world.
About the Author
D.C. McGannon is co-author of the Charlie Sullivan and the Monster Hunters series of books, and one-half of the humorous father/son duo known as The Monster Guys. When not traveling to conventions and talking about Japanese and Steampunk monsters, he can usually be found moon-gardening, hiking, or searching for his next cup of coffee.
D.C. is confident he can still breakdance with the best of them, but realizes his writing and speaking schedule is probably taking too much of his time. This is good news for all other breakdancers.
He is married to Holly, father to Michael and Nathaniel, and they all hang out together somewhere in the Midwest with their little Maltese puppy, Jewel.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I'm going right on into book 3 of this fantastic magical adventure...It's too good to put down...
I want to start this review by saying I am addicted. I cannot seem to get enough of Charlie Sullivan’s and the gang’s story. I just love each character, especially the twins. I wish this series was made into a TV show. I would love to see the Monster Hunters’ adventures played out. I just know it would get a following within the first episode. I hope D. C. McGannon intends to continue this series for more than a few installments. This is a Young Adults Paranormal, but ALL age groups would love this story. I look forward to book 3.