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Reviewed by Kristen Van Kampen (Teen Reviewer) for Readers' Favorite
Monster Problems by R.L. Ullman is a stunning story about a young boy named Bram, who has spent most of his life in foster care. But his life changes after he runs away from a foster home and gets attacked by werewolves. Bram soon discovers that monsters are real, and that he is a vampire. He is accepted into the Van Helsing academy, where he can learn about monsters and his powers, as well as make new friends. However, he struggles to use his powers, but with the Dark Ones (the followers of Dracula) on the rise, he'd better learn really quickly. Will Bram be able to put a stop to the Dark Ones?
I absolutely loved Monster Problems by R.L. Ullman. The story is action-packed and fast-paced. The book is well-written, and I liked how it was narrated by Bram, as he has a fun take on things. The characters were all very unique and loveable, as well as great role models as they are brave and smart. The book was very exciting, and I never wanted to put it down. I was hooked by the first page. This book will keep readers wanting to know what will happen next. I liked that some of the chapter titles were puns, and the story is very entertaining and amusing. The plot contains many thrilling and suspenseful scenes that readers will love. The story is very creative, and is an intriguing new take on classic monsters. I thoroughly enjoyed reading Monster Problems, and I would definitely recommend this book to everyone.