I’m spending this month in a windowless room outside Leavenworth, Kansas, working all night and sleeping all day, with minimal internet access during my waking hours, so I can’t do a proper review of Andrew Peterson’s book, The Monster in the Hollows. No, I’m not in jail or being otherwise punished. It’s my job, and I’m thankful to have it, even when it gets in the way of fun stuff like this.
I have no doubt this is a well-told tale that will appeal to kids from 8 to 80, like the other books in Peterson’s Wingfeather Saga, one of which I featured here a while back. Another merry romp from the man who gave us The Fangs of Dang, Toothy Cows, and The Dark Sea of Darkness. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, you need to read the books.
Please stop by the other fine sites on this month’s CSFF Blog Tour for the usual reviews, interviews, and just plain views we always provide. I’ll be back on a human schedule in October. Apologies, and thanks for your patience.
The Christian Science Fiction and Fantasy Blog Tour:
Thomas Clayton Booher
CSFF Blog Tour Homepage
D. G. D. Davidson
Rebecca LuElla Miller
Donita K. Paul
Rachel Starr Thomson