Monday, September 19, 2011

CSFF Touring Andrew Peterson's "The Monster in the Hollows"

I'm very honored this week to be touring along with the fine folks of the Christian Science Fiction and Fantasy blog group. This week we are featuring Andrew Peterson's "The Monster in the Hollows." This is the third book in the Wingfeather Saga and one that I am really enjoying!

I have not had an opportunity to finish this book yet but I'm getting into it at a pretty rapid pace. I'm hoping to have a full review for you by the end of the week.

For those of you who may be new to Andrew Peterson as an author (he's also an accomplished singer/songwriter), you should really start reading this series from the beginning. On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness and North! Or Be Eaten are the prequels to The Monster in the Hollows. I'm having to go back and refresh my memory a bit on what some of the characters are in this book as it's been awhile since I've read North! Or Be Eaten. Read my review of North! Or Be Eaten and check out the author spotlight from a previous tour while you are here visiting! After having said this about reading the series from the beginning, I realize (and am ashamed) that I *still* have not read On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness! I own it, just haven't had the opportunity to fit it into my schedule. *hangs head*

While you await my review, these other bloggers have their thoughts about this book posted. Please be sure to visit and interact with them on their blogs!

Gillian Adams
Red Bissell
Jennifer Bogart
Thomas Clayton Booher
Beckie Burnham
CSFF Blog Tour
D. G. D. Davidson
Cynthia Dyer
Amber French
Nikole Hahn
Ryan Heart
Timothy Hicks
Jason Joyner
Carol Keen
Shannon McDermott
Rebecca LuElla Miller
Mirriam Neal
* Eve Nielsen
Joan Nienhuis
Donita K. Paul
Sarah Sawyer
Chawna Schroeder
Tammy Shelnut
Kathleen Smith
Donna Swanson
Rachel Starr Thomson
Robert Treskillard
Fred Warren
Phyllis Wheeler
Nicole White
Rachel Wyant

Please stop by later this week to see if I've finished this great book! I do hope to have it finished by Friday!

In conjunction with the CSFF Blog Tour, I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest thoughts. Thank you!


  1. It's worth making the time to read the first book! Although the books can stand alone if need be, they're so much richer when experienced together. :)

  2. Ooohh, I agree with Sarah. The first one is also hilarious -- the funniest of the three in my opinion, though I think Andrew's storytelling skills have grown. Still, the first is flat out enjoyable.