Reviews and Blog Posts: monsters

Terrible lizard

by Cullen Bunn

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Just a girl and her...T-rex. Jess's dad is a scientist doing super secret work for the government involving time portals. She's there when he runs his first test--and a T-rex comes through the portal! While the dinosaur, who Jess eventually names Wrex, looks pretty scary, he imprints on Jess and...

The darkest part of the forest

by Holly Black

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As long as most of the residents of Fairfold could remember there was a horned boy in a glass coffin in the woods and now he’s gone.  His disappearance starts a cycle of mysterious events, more mysterious than what usually happens in Fairfold.  Brother and sister, Ben and Hazel Evans...

The boy who drew monsters : a novel

by Keith Donohue

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Set on the isolated coast of Maine during winter, this book will creep you out whether you're reading it during a snowstorm or during the heat of summer. Jack Peter has always been a little different--he has Asperger's. But that difference got even more profound when he was 7, and...

Monster Bomb at Family Lab

Our first Family Lab at ideaLAB was a smash hit!

In case you haven't heard, the second Saturday of every month is now Family Lab from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. And we are very excited to follow up the first one with a monster bomb workshop with our pals from A Monster To Love.

Check it out.

The Runaway Bride: Or, a classic story of boy monster meets girl monster

“If I cannot inspire love, I will cause fear!”
― Mary Shelley, Frankenstein

Boris Karloff Unwinds in the Monster Classic, The Mummy

The Denver Public Library has been visiting Hollywoods original horror films. The excavation continues this week when we dust off a Universal Studios gem based on the curse of the Egyptian kings, The Mummy. You'll be surprised that the film draws from its monster brother, Dracula and that it bears some similarities to its remake, 1999's The Mummy. And it is just a great popcorn movie for this time of year!

The Mummy (1932)
Tuesday, October 14, 7-9 p.m.
Central Library, Level B2 Conference Center


by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

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Oscar Drai is a 15 year old boarding school student in Barcelona in the early 1980s. He disappears for a week and this is the tale of where he went beginning with his meeting of the mysterious Marina and her father.  Dark and suspenseful, the book is a classic horror...

Scariest Books in Existence!

*You will feel PAIN!* *You will see SUFFERING!* *You will smell DEATH!* *Your life will NEVER BE THE SAME!*

Your suffering in life is no comparison to the suffering of the characters in these books.

These are some of the scariest/ disturbing books in existence!

Also, If you wanna see/hear a real live ghost, check out the video I uploaded at the bottom of the blog.

--WARNING: these books are violent --


by Douglas J Preston

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This fast-paced thriller is the first in Preston & Child’s wildly successful Agent Pendergast series. A museum expedition is wiped out by something monstrous in the jungle, but not before sending crates of relics back to the U.S. The story moves on to the Museum of Natural History in New...

Battling Boy

by Paul Pope

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Acropolis, a city plagued by monsters, has lost it’s last living hero, Haggard West. Battling Boy is a thirteen year old demigod sent to Acropolis to prove himself. Acropolis is eager for a new hero, but Battling Boy may not be up to the challenge. Luckily, Haggard West is survived...

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