Becoming monsters is an action packed, suspense filled book with unexpected twists and turns that are bound to keep you reading. Once I started reading this book, I had a hard time stopping. I wanted to read it all in one night-long into the night. (of course, sleep won-but doesn’t change that I tried! 😉 ) A book about Monsters and Humans and their intertwining worlds, and about a human wanting to turn monster whose “blue light” is stolen by an evil fiend looking to benefit from the powers and defeat the human world and make it his slave. Another added twist adds to the suspense and keeps your mind engaged wanting to know what happens next. It demands attention and builds a story so deep it’s impossible to stop reading without wanting more.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves Fantasy books, monster books, suspense and thrillers, and who enjoy detailed, action packed stories. It is a total must read! I can’t wait to read the next book-Liss Thomas just keeps pulling me in for more!
Excerpt from the book Becoming Monsters: The Guardians Of Esurack
It’s been a year and a half and Missy, now close to seventeen years old finds herself returning to the human realm she left behind in hot pursuit of Anukhan, the thief that stole her blue light and almost left her dead. Sensing it when he uses her abilities, she along with Charlie, and Saal race to find this ruthless killer of men and monsters. But they realize almost too late that there is a physical connection between Missy and Anukhan and now stopping him with deadly force will prove fatal for Missy as well.
Undeterred, Missy prepares herself for a difficult fight, one that could cost more lives than she’s willing to sacrifice. Unlike her quests in the monster realm, another silent killer returns. One she’s fought against her entire life and this time, it could win.
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