Jack wakes up in the morning before his 14th birthday to a number of strange things. He's faster, stronger, and Aunt Sophie is crying a lot. On his way to school he runs into a creepy guy with vampire teeth and an ominous message, and before the day is out Mrs. Fitcher, the principal, morphs into a hideous creature with giant bat wings. After a few detours on the way home, Jack arrives to a backyard full of zombies, a houseful of harpies, and oh, by the way, Aunt Sophie has been keeping a few secrets of her own.
Luckily, accomplished monster hunter Eva shows up to clue Jack in on his true identity and teach him how to fight - something he needs to learn quickly since Ren Lucre, the most evil monster in the world, can't wait to kill him. Little does Jack realize that his ancestors were the once-mighty Templar Knights and that he may be the very last of a heroic bloodline. He will discover whether he possesses the bravery to stand up against the monsters...and whether that alone will be enough to survive!
©2012 Jeff Gunhus (P)2013 Jeff Gunhus
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Read this with my 7 yr old son and we loved it. My son keeps bugging me to get the next in the series. I will definitely buy it next week. If it's as good as the first one, I know we will be in for an adventure.
"Last of the Templar's."
A fun adventure for young boys between 8-10, I personally like children's stories and try a new one every once in a while. I managed to get four books from this series for $2 apiece using the Whispersync program. In a way this book reminded me of the Percy Jackson series, but JT has more than just Greek Mythology. I enjoyed this story and will be continue on with the series. The only downfall was that I'm not a fan of the narrator, his voice grated on my nerves. Actual time of story is 4 hours 5 minutes.
I would absolutely label it a children's book.
Made it less derivative
It was an OK book at best. The performance wasn't bad - considering what there was to work with.
"Nice Adventure Story"
I liked the twists in the story. I particularly enjoyed Cindy's secret.
I liked it that it turned out happy for the most part and they had a new adventure ahead.
T Rex. He was portrayed as a real kid--quirks, fears, and all.
It was funny. This book reminds me of the Percy Jackson books.
These books were written for a younger age group like preteens, but I think even adults would find these books enjoyable.
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