Join me in my quest as I attempt to read all of the fine literature.
Monday, November 9, 2015
"The Isle of Blood" by Rick Yancey
The third installment in "The Monstrumologist" series may have a slower pacing then the previous two, but it does contains more character development and depth. So, although less satisfying on one level it was in a sense more satisfying on a completely different level.
I enjoyed the fact that Arthur Conan Doyle made a appearance here, and was so in awe of Doctor Warthrop upon meeting him that he later based one of his characters on him, the Sherlock Holmes. That gave me a chuckle.