Curse of the Werewolves

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$16.99  $15.80
Inkyard Press
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5.87 X 8.66 X 0.86 inches | 0.73 pounds

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About the Author
Rex Ogle is the author of Free Lunch, recipient of the YALSA Award for Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults. His original graphic novel series, Four Eyes, is based on the highs and lows of his middle-school years growing up in Texas. Under the pen name Rey Terciero, he authored Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy as well as Swan Lake: Quest for the Kingdoms. Before becoming a full-time writer, Rex worked as an editor in New York for many years and championed a number of licensed titles, including the New York Times bestsellers Star Wars: Jedi Academy, Secret Hero Society: Study Hall of Justice, and Neil Patrick Harris's The Magic Misfits. Rex now writes full time from his home in California. When he's not busy writing, Rex can be found hiking with his dog, playing Mario Kart with his friends, or reading a new favorite book. Learn more about Rex at
"A humorous, thoughtful, and engaging sequel." --Kirkus Reviews

Praise for The Supernatural Society

"Scares, ciphers and plenty of laughs. Monsters have never been so much fun." --Stuart Gibbs, New York Times bestselling author of the Spy School series

"A rowdy romp of a read, equal parts monstrous, magical, and moving (apologies for the ample alliteration). Rex Ogle's new book will pull your heartstrings--until your heart stops dead." --Neil Patrick Harris, New York Times bestselling author of The Magic Misfits

"Three friends on an action-packed, monster-filled adventure? And laughs? Sign me up!" --Max Brallier, New York Times bestselling author of The Last Kids on Earth series

"Fun series starter... Diverse, voice-filled middle grade novel full of monsters, cryptograms, and town secrets." --Booklist

"Ogle has created a series for elementary students with a diverse cast and an adventurous spooky angle... The plot evolves well, and the reader lands at the last page fairly breathless, eager for more adventure through this Goonies-esque story." --School Library Journal

"A lively tale mixing humor, horror, and heart." --Publishers Weekly

"A fast-paced, exciting first installment in a fantastical series... A fun, interactive read for lovers of the supernatural." --Kirkus Reviews