Analysis Of Cryptid Hunters

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The series is also referred to as the “Marty and Grace” series, as the series stars two thirteen year old twins Grace and Marty O 'Hara who lose their parents after they get in an accident. Their parents left to work on an assignment for a magazine that focuses on nature. Marty has an eidetic memory, is extremely curious, and enjoys going on adventures that involve extreme risk. These last two things can get him into trouble, and have in the past. He is athletic, has no fear, and is artistic. He loves drawing comics and playing practical jokes. Grace has quite a bit of intelligence, but has phobias (some of these include spiders, escalators, and enclosed spaces). She is small, a writer, enjoys foreign languages and math; she stays far far …show more content…

“Cryptid Hunters” by Roland Smith is the first novel in the “Cryptid Hunters” series and was released in 2004. After Grace and Marty 's parents die, they move in with their Uncle Wolfe, who they did not know even existed before. The man, who they find to be intimidating, is an anthropologist that has spent his entire life looking for creatures that are believed to be extinct (mysterious, cryptid creatures) for a long time or creatures that have not even been confirmed to actually exist. Fans of the novel like the way you get to see inside Grace and Marty 's personalities, and the way that these two kids are just like any other, if not a little more unusual. You will find yourself glued to the pages until you have finished reading the novel. The adventures will make it so that you only breath about every once in a while and you will like the characters you are reading about, even if you are an adult. The novel is vivid in description and it is almost as though you are able to make a movie of things in your head. Some felt that they were along for the ride with the heroes, Grace and Marty, in this one and they enjoyed every moment of …show more content…

Readers found that parts of the novel were slow moving and dull. Some did not think that the villains were as evil as they should have been. “Tentacles” by Roland Smith is the second novel in the “Cryptid Hunters” series and was released in 2009. Uncle Wolfe 's latest project is to go to New Zealand to find a giant squid, and the gigantic freighter he has rented for the trip may just be haunted. Someone on the trip is determined to sabotage their trip. Grace and Marty may just be the next victims, if they keep poking their noses into things. Fans of the novel found that the way the novel is written, you never want to put it down and the action keeps things moving and is quite entertaining. The novel pulls you in and makes you love each of the main characters in it. This is a great series for anyone to read, and it is audience friendly for whoever reads them. There is quite a bit of suspense that will make the novel exceed readers 's expectations, and the twists and turns keeps you guessing and lets nothing be predictable. Some like the way this group of people bands together when they really need to and keep things together so they can all stop the

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