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Editor's Note: Dave T. is a literature loving eleven year old who also enjoys writing reviews (under the name Reviewer Inc.). Since he does his ratings in dragons (instead of stars) we are calling his section Dragon Picks. At the bottom of each review you can see how many dragons Dave gave the book out of a possible five.




An Awfully Beastly Business:Werewolf versus Dragon
By David Sinden, Matthew Morgan, Guy MacDonald
Review by Reviewer Inc.


Awfully Beastly




This book is combined with Sea Monsters and Other Delicacies which to read you must flip the book over. But I’ll get to that later.

Right, to Werewolf v. DragonUlf is a 10 ½ year old werewolf who lives with the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Beasts (RSPCB). He has had a peaceful life but that all ends. A mother dragon and her hatchling that the RSPCB has been tracking disappear. The baby turns up shot dead, but the mother is gone. Now Ulf must find the mother dragon before the Baron poacher kills her, too.




An Awfully Beastly Business:Sea Monsters and Other Delicacies

By David Sinden, Matthew Morgan, Guy MacDonald

Awfully Beastly


Ulf is back again and is back to having a normal werewolf life. Eating meat and turning into a werewolf at the full moon. But this time, an injured giant squid shows up and once again Ulf is plunged into another adventure with the Baron clamoring for this beast. It won’t be long before the Baron shows up, and Ulf had better be ready.


I liked these two books because they had a werewolf, action and adventure. I liked the gargoyle Druce (Ulf’s friend) because he reminded me of Peeves from the Harry Potter books, who in my opinion is very funny and mischievous. This book had some blood, so if you don’t like blood then you probably won’t like these books.



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