- Title: Year of the WereCurse -- WereWhat?
- Author: Debi Faulkner
- ISBN: null
- Page: 139
- Format: Kindle Edition
When the Hobokens learn they ve inherited a mansion from a great aunt they didn t know existed, 12 year old Jack Henry thinks it s yet another move to yet another town with yet another school But Hobokenstone Manor isn t even close to anything he could have imagined It s not so bad that it s located by the sea even if there are shudder lobsters He could evWhen the Hobokens learn they ve inherited a mansion from a great aunt they didn t know existed, 12 year old Jack Henry thinks it s yet another move to yet another town with yet another school But Hobokenstone Manor isn t even close to anything he could have imagined It s not so bad that it s located by the sea even if there are shudder lobsters He could even learn to live with the fact that the rooms move and that there s no real comics store in town eventually Nope, it s not until his entire family turns into WereAnimals at his birthday party that Jack Henry realizes life at the manor is even complicated than the plot of The Gargoyle Knight, Depths of Peril Now Jack Henry must face gargantuan lobsters, deal with the ghosts of his evil ancestors and convince his parents that turning into WereAnimals isn t normal if he s ever going to get his family out of Hobokenstone Manor and find somewhere they can call home Of course, they have to make it past the pitchfork and torch wielding villagers first.
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After a week of reading some pretty serious YA novels, Year of the WereCurse: WereWhat? was the perfect weekend read for me. This is such a fun read! This is the kind of book that I would have adored as a child…and totally enjoyed as an adult.In Year of the WereCurse: WereWhat? we are introduced to Jack Henry Hoboken and his family- his parents Eugene and Eleanor, his older sister Esmee, and his baby brother Evan. The Hobokens learn that they have inherited Hobokenstone Manor in the town of Wh [...]
I received a copy of this book from the LibraryThing's Early Reviewer's Program in exchange for my honest review. This was such a fun book for younger readers! I think they will really enjoy this take on werecreatures.From : "Now Jack Henry must face gargantuan lobsters, deal with the ghosts of his evil ancestors and convince his parents that turning into WereAnimals isn’t normal if he’s ever going to get his family out of Hobokenstone Manor and find somewhere they can call home. Of course, [...]
This is a great book for the lower ages of young adults although I have to admit I thoroughly enjoyed the whole thing, beginning to end. It is like a combination of Lemony Snicket and J.K. Rowling with a little R.L. Stine thrown in for good measure. It is a fun read, a quick one, which is always a plus with Young Adults. It is also not as heavy a read as so many YAs have become since the Twilight saga. The main character is absolutely adorable as he tries to find out the truth about what is goin [...]
Not a bad read, especially if you enjoy the Goosebumps series. It gives a new perspective on wereanimals. So, if you like sea turtles and children's books, it's an interesting twist on a preteen boy's problems with dealing with being a wereanimal. Plus, some curious twists in the plot along the way. The werehouse is innovative, and the book ends in a cliffhanger. I smell sequel. Hope the next book comes out soon.
It was actually a good story despite the bad start. It was exciting and intriguing! I love Jack Henry, Gordon and even Esme. The only problem I had was the way Jack Henry's parents were written. Their actions were not explained. It was totally weird. The book also has some missing parts at the end. I don't know if my copy was a bad copy. The ending will also leave you hanging. I need to know what happened next!!!
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this story. Even though it's for young adults, adults will enjoy reading it as well. It has adventure, suspense, and of course a curse. This story flowed nicely and the plot was well thought out. I loved the main character Jack Henry and how he keeps trying to figure out the house, the curse and the villagers. I am hoping for a sequel. I would definitely recommend others read this story, you will not be disappointed.
Funny YA fantasy. John Henry Hoboken is used to moving around with his crazy family. When out of the blue, they get a letter from an unknown relative telling them they are inherting a house. Once they move in John Henry and his sister, Esmee, find out not everything is as easy as it looks. Fun way to spend an afternoon in the sun.
Since I wrote this book, of course, I think it's awesome! I'd like to hear some more unbiased opinions, though. ;-)
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