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The Haunted High Series

5 Book Series
Narrated by: Mark Sanderlin
Series: The Haunted High, Book 1-5
Length: 31 hrs and 51 mins
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A life-threatening accident reveals to Finn that he is a werewolf; the next morning, he receives an invitation to a secluded high school. Finn quickly realizes that the school is in fact an academy for monsters that is far more perilous and full of adventure than he ever expected. But Haunted High has had a dangerous history with werewolves. Can Finn survive monster politics, life-threatening pranks, and teachers more likely to kill him than help him in time to answer the real question: Who is the girl haunting the cemetery and why does he sleepwalk to her grave each night?
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An Enjoyable Five Part Fantasy Tale

It’s a fast paced five part adventure that sees Finn’s werewolf genes activated by a car accident and then after he finds out from his father that his mother was also a werewolf he is taken to a school for (to use the non PC word) monsters. On the whole I found the book entertaining and very well read by the narrator. There are the inevitable comparisons to Hogwarts that I’d imagine any book of this fantasy genre would have these days. The main character is new to the world of mythical creatures, trying to find his place and fit in, all while having a hero complex and a capacity to be in danger a lot of the time. Sound familiar? Potter comparisons aside, the books do contain stories that will hook you in and characters who are engaging. However, it was the narrator that bought this story to life for me. It was perfect casting, and his narrative skills pulled me into a world that it was fun to stay in for 31 hours. If you like fantasy tales, werewolves, vampires and a whole load of other mythical people then do not let this gem of a book pass you by. This book was given to me for free at my request and I happily provided this voluntary review