#Review ~ Werewolf Weekend (Tales from the Scaremaster #1) by B.A. Frade

Posted November 10, 2016 by Michelle in Review / 6 Comments

I received this book for free from BEA - Book Expo in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

#Review ~ Werewolf Weekend (Tales from the Scaremaster #1) by B.A. FradeWerewolf Weekend by B.A. Frade
on September 6th 2016
Genres: Chapter Book, Middle Grade, Monsters, Scary
Pages: 176
Format: Paperback
Source: BEA - Book Expo
Goodreads
four-stars

The full moon is rising...with a bite!
Twelve-year-old Emma is excited to spend a weekend away at best friend Samantha's house for an epic sleepover with Sam and her out-of-town cousins. But things take a turn for the spooky when Emma's peculiar new book, Tales from the Scaremaster, shows it has a mind of its own-and weaves a story starring Emma and some cousins hiding a very creepy secret!
When the story from the book starts coming to life, and with only hours before the full moon rises, it's up to Emma to figure out the secrets of the Scaremaster. Can she solve this wolfish mystery, find a way to outwit the Scaremaster, and stop a werewolf in its tracks...or will she end up as wolf bait?
Frightfully funny tales come to life in this thrilling new series, perfect for fans of Goosebumps.

First Impression:

This reminded me of Goosebumps books so I couldn’t help but pick it up at BEA. It was exactly what I thought it would be. This is a great read for Middle Grade kids that like to be slightly scared.

The Story:

The story is about Emma, she finds a book that is now telling her story. Her friends Sam is having a weekend with her cousins and Emma really wants to go. When plans change Emma is excited to be spending the weekend with Sam and her cousins however the weekend doesn’t turn out as awesome as she had hoping, the book had other plans.

The Characters:

I liked Emma, she was a really cute character and I really felt bad for her when everyone in the house pretty much turned on her. I thought it was rather mean of her friend to not at least somewhat believe what she was saying even if it did seem a little unbelievable.

Final Thoughts:

This is a great Middle Grade book for kids that like a good scare. It’s not really scary for adults but it is a fun read. I actually enjoyed it a lot more than I thought I might. Overall I recommend for anyone looking for a quick read for right before Halloween or just looking for something fun and scary.

Thanks for stopping by to check out my review.

Have a great day and Happy Reading!

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6 responses to “#Review ~ Werewolf Weekend (Tales from the Scaremaster #1) by B.A. Frade

  1. There was this series I like read sometimes as a kid that was a bit creepy, but fun to read as well. It sounds like this one is a bit similar with how it’s a bit creepy, but not too scary for kids. Glad to hear this was a fun read!