Regular price: $19.95
Buy Now with 1 Credit
Buy Now for $19.95
this book is about a paranoid, germophobic book lover. She boards a small plane to take a rare old book to Jane Jameson in Half Moon Hollow. She wipes down the seats and vents to prevent germs and worried about the plane. There is another passenger who is a vampire aboard also. When the pilot breaks the controls on the plane and threatens Anna to get the book she refuses. The plane is going down and while she banters with the pilot the vampire, Finn just sits there and does nothing. Finally he does help and the pilot jumps out and leaves them with the plane going down. Anna wants to strap in and brace for the crash but Finn has other ideas and grabs her and jumps out of the plane. Now they are lost in the wilderness with no working phones etc. Will they get out alive? Will Jane get her book or will someone else take it.
I love this series and this book did not disappoint.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful
If you could sum up Where the Wild Things Bite in three words, what would they be?
Fun, entertaining and awesome!
Who was your favorite character and why?
Anna!!! she is super funny...her phobias and fears just add to her quirky, and charming personality!
Which scene was your favorite?
Right after the crash..I swear I bust out laughing!
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes it was!
Any additional comments?
I love all of Molly Harper's work, I know I can always expect a good story, clever dialogue and funny situations...this book did not disappoint! If you like this series, this is a must listen...super great addition, with a little bit different storyline..but as always HIGHLY ENTERTAINING, And I completely recommend!!!
17 of 18 people found this review helpful
I love these books by Molly Harper and so well narrated by Amanda Ronconi. Neurotic heroines and bad boys with a good seasoning of humour- win win for me
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
a high school kid could have done better. was aware it was young adult, but not this hard to accept as a book